Headlines

Jim Romenesko | jimromenesko.com | 4/23/2014
State names, which are currently abbreviated in Associated Press stories, will be spelled out starting May 1. Datelines will still be abbreviated.
Lindsay Toler | Riverfront Times | 4/23/2014
The University of Missouri-St. Louis plans to forgive its student newspaper's $40,000 debt and create a new funding source after the student body cut the paper's funding.  
Sarah Sirgany | CNN | 4/23/2014
(CNN) -- The trial of three Al Jazeera journalists held on terrorism-related charges in Egypt was adjourned until May after the court on Tuesday viewed videos presented by the prosecution.  
Roy Greenslade | The Guardian | 4/23/2014
A public opinion poll has found that more Britons think it was right for the Guardian to publish Edward Snowden's NSA leaks about surveillance than think it was wrong that the paper did so.  
InPublishing | 4/23/2014
The first issue of Forbes Philippines will be published in early 2015.
Suzanne Raitt | INMA | 4/23/2014
With its use of re-designed formats, partnerships, augmented reality, video initiatives, and more, the Canadian media industry is leading the charge toward transformation.
Brian Ries | Mashable | 4/23/2014
Vice journalist Simon Ostrovsky has been taken by militia in Eastern Ukraine, Mashable has learned.
Roy Greenslade | The Guardian | 4/23/2014
The New York Times did not report that a young Palestinian journalist had been arrested in Israel because it obeyed a gagging order issued by an Israeli court.
Ken Dilianian | Los Angeles Times | 4/22/2014
WASHINGTON — A new policy bars employees of U.S. spy agencies from providing reporters with "intelligence information," even if it is unclassified, without first getting official permission.
Dan Gillmor | PBS | 4/22/2014
If we recognize journalism in places where we never used to acknowledge its existence, journalism programs will discover niches that could fuel new programs and attract new students.
Al Tompkins | Poynter | 4/22/2014
The cast of characters fighting Aereo gives you a hint of how important the case that goes before the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday at 11 a.m. ET is to the future of broadcasting.
Winnie Hu | New York Times | 4/22/2014
Eight reporters for The Hunts Point Express went to work on Rafael Salamanca Jr., the district manager of Community Board 2 in the South Bronx.
Alex Weprin | Capital New York | 4/22/2014
"I think there has been a terrible misunderstanding."
Ken Doctor | Nieman Journalism Lab | 4/18/2014
New Haven Register Names New Publisher
digitalfirstmedia.com | 4/17/2014