2 Major Time Inc. Magazines Will Run Cover Advertising

The ads, tiny strips running along the mailing label area, are to appear on the covers of Time and Sports Illustrated.

Patch Sites Turn Corner After Sale and Big Cuts

Patch’s new controlling owner took over in January, and soon after, only 15 percent of its news staff was left. It has managed to turn a profit in the last three months.

Libération Covering a Civil War. Its Own.

Journalists at the left-wing French newspaper have revolted since new owners said they would eliminate the print edition and publish only on digital platforms.

Prominent Hollywood Group Opposes F.C.C. Action on Net Neutrality

The open letter from the Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors opposes the “dictatorial” manner of the agency in rewriting rules.

Campaign Spotlight: Putting On the Ritz, Six Words at a Time

A hotel company’s marketing campaign relies on “wow” moments created for its guests, told in six words.

The Media Equation: Warnings Along F.C.C.’s Fast Lane

Time and again, when the government tries to insert itself between the Internet and its users, it gets clobbered. This could end up the same way.

Ad Agencies Dust Off and Focus on Future After Collapse of Merger Deal

Cultural difference and legal problems are issues at the heart of the collapse of the Publicis-Omnicom deal.

Sunday Routine: D.J. Whoo Kid: A Social Media Butterfly

The host of the Sirius XM satellite radio program “The Whoolywood Shuffle” spends Sundays on social media, and eats Frosted Flakes at night.

The Morning Muse of Television

Robin Roberts has expanded the profile of “Good Morning America” by offering more of herself and inviting others to do the same.

Russia Quietly Tightens Reins on Web With ‘Bloggers Law’

Taking another step to restrict Russia’s Internet, President Vladimir V. Putin quietly signed a new law requiring popular online voices

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Advertising: Mocked on Internet, Diet Coke Alters Ads

Mocked in social media, the soft drink’s slogan “You’re on” is being dropped from its ad campaign after only three months.

Campaign Spotlight: The New Yorker Calls on a Trio of Its Artists for Annual Festival Promotion

Works by the magazine’s artists are the centerpiece of an advertising campaign for the New Yorker Festival, set for October.

Advertisers Seek a ‘Second Screen’ Connection With Viewers

Companies try to reach multitasking television watchers through their smartphones, tablets and laptops with Twitter and Facebook posts that are relevant to popular programs.

No Regrets for the Founder of Tumblr After Yahoo Sale

While conceding he was “terrified” going into the deal, David Karp says he is happy with the autonomy the microblogging service has under its new owner.

A Show About Nothing Begets Something You Can Play Online

What if new episodes of “Seinfeld” were still on television? This haunts Jason Richards, the hyperactive mind behind the Twitter account @Seinfeld2000.

The Great Unwatched

Online video ads were supposed to be a marketer’s dream. Instead, many become lost in an unruly maze.

Call for Limits on Web Data of Customers

The long-awaited administration report suggests that tech companies disclose the information they collect on customers.

Yankees’ Attendance and Ratings Rebound, but the Mets’ Are Mixed

Tickets for the Yankees’ first 13 home games were up nearly 10 percent from last year, and ratings on YES were up 38 percent. Mets’ ticket sales were up, too, but their TV ratings were down.

Social Media in Afghanistan Takes On Life of Its Own

A U.S.-financed network to connect Afghans across forbidding physical and cultural divides still survives three years after American funding ended.

Advertising: Wooing Advertisers by Using Laughs

Marketers like lifestyle content because it often attracts more affluent consumers. Also, humorous content is frequently sought out by younger men.