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A tech enthusiast slides around in e-skates, a retired investor swings sticks through the air as he drums without a kit, and a swarm of students taste plant-based burgers and eggs. This isn’t a typical Wall Street Journal (WSJ) event, but it does … more
The Quebec government says it will invest $5 million in a French-language newspaper chain that sought bankruptcy protection Monday. Le Groupe Capitales Médias owns daily newspapers in some of Quebec's largest markets, including Quebec City's … more
PodPass: Open vs. closed. It’s becoming increasingly common to monetize podcasts via a direct connection with listeners, whether via merchandise, donations, live events, or bonus or ad-free content. Big networks and publishers are doing it (e.g., … more
A Los Angeles jury on Monday awarded former Times sports columnist T.J. Simers $15.4 million in damages against the newspaper for discrimination against him because of his age and disability. It was the second time a jury had considered whether … more
Politics has always been likened to sports: Elections are “horse races,” policy squabbles are “inside baseball,” and debates feature “knockout” performances and “home runs.” While political rhetoric is happy to draw from sports for … more
Facebook famously got rid of its “trending topics” editorial team back in 2018. Now, it’s again hiring editors — just don’t expect “trending 2.0.” On Tuesday, the platform announced plans to hire what it is describing as a “small … more
The Malheur Enterprise, a small newspaper in eastern Oregon, spent months investigating a state lawmaker’s business deals and contract work in Malheur County. But on Monday, the newspaper reported an unusual development: Now the county wants to … more
Reuters today unveiled plans to enhance its digital content platform Reuters Connect with ‘end-to-end’ production apps offering creation, production and editing services from a range of partners. Reuters Connect – the ‘one stop shop’ for … more
The Innovation In Focus summer series explored emerging and unique revenue streams being utilized by local newsrooms in the United States. These ranged from The Colorado Sun’s ad-free membership model and KPCC’s LAist use of Kickstarter to the … more
In July, the website Snopes published a piece fact-checking a story posted on The Babylon Bee, a popular satirical news site with a conservative bent. Conservative columnist David French criticized Snopes for debunking what was, in his view, … more
Be careful what you wish for, journalists. Fairy godmothers can have a dark side. Just ask the fine folks at the Pacific Standard, a magazine respected for its decent salaries and long-form stories. The small staff of 16 journalists known for their … more
Deadspin’s editor in chief has left the company, saying the new leadership of parent company G/O Media have made it “impossible” for her to continue working there. “I have been repeatedly undermined, lied to, and gaslit in my job,” Megan … more
Five renowned journalists in Latin America just launched a new journalistic project that seeks to use collaborative investigative journalism to explain phenomena that cross borders in the region. The Latin American Center for Investigative … more
Advertisers are wittingly or unwittingly spending more than $235 million on more than 20,000 sites known to spread disinformation, according to findings of a forthcoming report from the Global Disinformation Index (GDI). The figure from the report, … more
Donald Trump is a media president. He makes policies based on the words of certain journalists, riles his supporters in opposition to others, boosts a few who show their fealty to him, and measures his success in printouts of web stories his aides … more
An agreement has been reached for the Tribune Chronicle to acquire The Vindicator’s subscription list, The Vindicator masthead and the domain, Mark Brown, general manager of The Vindicator announced on Aug. 16. John Cribb, Cribb, Greene … more
The circumstances of the death of Jeffrey Epstein, who was found hanging in his cell last Saturday, are among the country’s most competitive news stories. All the big players are deploying their top reporters to nail down the smallest details on … more
When it comes to paywall strategy, The Globe and Mail built its own model. Sonali Verma, deputy head of audience, said this helps the company figure out what to put behind the paywall and what not to.  Read more more
A large majority of teens age 13 to 17 in the U.S. (78%) say it’s important to them to follow current events, and their news habits reflect the diversity of the modern media landscape. Results from a new Common Sense Media|SurveyMonkey poll show … more
Three weekly newspapers published in Woodinville, Wash. have been purchased by a group of regional investors. The sale includes The Woodinville Weekly, Northlake News and Valley. President and owner Julie Boselly on July 29 turned the company’s … more
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