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Madalina Ciobanu | Journalism.co.uk | 5/22/2015
A new initiative called Hacks/Hackers Connect launches today, aiming to offer a series of free one-day events for media entrepreneurs.
Madalina Ciobanu | Journalism.co.uk | 5/22/2015
Metadata can provide publishers with valuable insight into how audiences consume their content, as well as help them identify strong connections between stories.
Chris Ariens | AdWeek | 5/22/2015
Univison, the leading media company serving Hispanic Americans, today acquired The Root, a leading online news destination for African Americans.
Michael Archambault | PetaPixel | 5/22/2015
Imagine assembling a portfolio of over 4,000 photographs and then being forced to make it disappear or face life-altering consequences; that’s the situation sophomore Anthony Mazur is currently facing at Flower Mound High School in his Texas hometown.
Brian Morrissey | Digiday | 5/22/2015
When Condé Nast and Time Inc. veteran Julie Hansen joined Business Insider in 2008, it was still called Silicon Alley Insider, a blog devoted to New York’s tech scene.
Oscar Williams-Grut | Business Insider | 5/22/2015
The newspaper industry is in a tough spot, with circulation and advertising falling and no clear sign of how to crack digital.
Kristen Inbody | Great Falls Tribune | 5/22/2015
HELENA – Chuck Johnson and Mike Dennison, Montana's most prominent political reporters, are leaving their posts next week as the Lee Newspapers State Bureau closes.
Amy Mitchell and Katerina Eva Matsa | Pew Research Center | 5/22/2015
Over the past two decades, major newspapers across the country have seen a recurring cycle of ownership changes and steep declines in value.
Jasper Jackson | The Guardian | 5/22/2015
Photo-sharing platform continues move into news and media by building content team
Andrea Chang | Los Angeles Times | 5/22/2015
Going forward, the U-T will return to its longtime name, the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Ricardo Bilton | Digiday | 5/22/2015
As mobile continues to overtake desktop reading for publishers, publishers have hustled both to design and to optimize their pages for mobile screens.
Lucia Moses | Digiday | 5/21/2015
In the old days, press mentions and scoops were the currency of publishers.
Lila LaHood | San Francisco Public Press | 5/21/2015

We were encouraged this week to see the San Francisco Chronicle take a deep look at racial segregation in local public schools. As our readers know, the San Francisco Public Press produced a major investigative report in January on this subject: “Choice Is Resegregating Public Schools.”

 

Ken Doctor | Capital New York | 5/19/2015
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