New Changes to MediaFile Announced

MediaFile is now in its third year as an online news publication devoted to the evolution of media and why it matters to the public. To reflect the growth of the organization updates have been made to MediaFile.

Changes to MediaFile, include updated logos that appear on the website, social media accounts, newsletter, and other branding and marketing materials. Links for MediaFile’s social media accounts have also been updated on the website. Readers can follow MediaFile on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to stay up to date on stories published by MediaFile.

MediaFile is excited to announce the consolidation of the Business and Technology sections into a broader, more comprehensive Industry section. This new section recognizes that media industry news is being made in Silicon Valley, Hollywood, New York City, Washington, DC, and everywhere in between. The goal is to provide readers with complete coverage of the industry from every angle. The section will be led by Business editor Jeremy Marsh and Technology editor Felicia Kalkman.

MediaFile now has a channel on Apple News, where readers can follow the page to view all the top stories covered by MediaFile’s writers.

The press contact has been revised and all press inquiries can be directed to Samantha Cookinham, MediaFile’s Communications Director at

MediaFile seeks to enrich the discourse of news coverage, industry trends, and media ethics. These improvements to MediaFile will help ensure that we are enhancing our audiences viewing experience and fulfilling our goals as an organization.

“Everyone at MediaFile is excited to start the fall with a new look and a streamlined approach as we wade through this critical time to have an eye on the media in our democracy,” said Rob Cline, Editor-in-Chief.

Stories will be published three times a week, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, with breaking news interspersed. With MediaFile’s new look readers can expect the same quality of journalism and can explore the website at, follow on social media – Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, sign-up for the newsletter by clicking here, and subscribe to MediaFile’s Apple News channel.

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