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Now It's OK: Google Pays $7.7 Million Fine in Russia

US IT giant Google has paid an administrative fine worth 438 million rubles ($7.7 million), imposed by Russia's Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS), FAS said in a statement Thursday.

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Belarus' print media urged to develop new methods for reader engagement

The changeable media landscape requires print media to develop new ways of communication with the audience, Belarus' Information Minister Lilia Ananich said during the conference Mass Media in the Changing World: Professionalism and Responsibility on 3 May, BelTA has learned. 

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New York Times has record subscriber growth -- and some bad news too

Two numbers in The New York Times' latest earnings report tell the story of the company's transformation.

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The Guardian opts out of Facebook Instant Articles and Apple News

The Guardian has pulled out of Facebook's Instant Articles and will no longer publish content on Apple News after an "extensive trial" with the platforms.

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Time Inc. decides not to sell itself

Time Inc. has decided to go it alone, choosing a path filled with challenges that no legacy publisher has completely mastered.

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World Press Freedom Index 2017 released

Reporters Without Borders, a Paris-based media rights group, released its 2017 World Press Freedom Index on Wednesday, stating that globally “media freedom has never been so threatened.”

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