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For 100 days and nights, they have walked the streets of Louisville. The protesters, the truth-seekers and those demanding justice.   They’ve challenged our city, if not the entire … more
The Mores family, after 81 years of ownership, has sold Harlan Newspapers to Louie Mullen, owner of Blackbird LLC, according to Randy Cope, Cribb, Greene & Cope who represented the Mores … more
Paxton Media Group has purchased the Wilkes Journal-Patriot newspaper in North Wilkesboro, N.C. from Carter-Hubbard Publishing Co., according to Randy Cope, Cribb, Greene & Cope, who represented … more
About a year ago, during a cross-country road trip somewhere on the plains of eastern Colorado, Tim Wallace, a senior geography editor for The New York Times, was watching the scenery pass by when he … more
Once in a while, notice of someone’s death takes on a life all its own – the addict who was also a mother with a beautiful voice, the hard-living, sweet-souled uncle, the former beauty … more
Four years ago, our country was in the midst of one of the most divisive elections in history — one that deepened the divide between rural and urban America. Misrepresentations and … more
The 16 candidates who sought the Republican nomination in the open race for Tennessee’s 1st Congressional District this year included a former state senator, two former mayors, a pharmacist … more
In early June, as Black Lives Matter activists protested police brutality and killings, the editors of The Maneater, the University of Missouri’s student newspaper, gathered on a Zoom call to … more
A sweeping national security law passed on June 30 instantly altered the lives and liberties of Hong Kong’s residents, criminalizing words and images that just hours earlier had been legally … more
Tim Davie’s first speech as director general was greeted on Twitter with a deafening silence by BBC staff, many of whom seem to have taken a recent sabbatical from social media.All those that … more
A new complaint filed Thursday with the Federal Election Commission alleges that a national network of local media websites must register as a political committee because of its ties to a … more
The company that now owns gossip tabloids the National Enquirer and US Weekly has announced a new round of furloughs starting immediately.On Thursday Accelerate 360 CEO David Parry told staffers of … more
The beam of a police officer’s flashlight swept across a group of 15 people standing on the sidewalk in downtown Portland, Oregon, recording and taking photos of the nightly protests that have … more
The optimism many publishers felt about their programmatic advertising prospects last month may have been well placed. With more advertisers returning to the market, both for open exchange … more
Around the world, mobile accounts for just over half of all online traffic. However, a concerningly large number of local news publishers have sites that are either inaccessible to mobile users, or … more
As an uprising against racism and discrimination swept across the nation’s newsrooms in recent months, one of the issues raised at many of the organizations in upheaval was pay equity. At … more
Reuters announced today a partnership with Facebook to provide social media users with live U.S. election night results. Throughout election night, authoritative data delivered by Reuters will be … more
Let’s say someone came up to you — when you were reading the news, or playing a game — and handed you a form. “Hi! I’d like permission to track you. Not just here and … more
Mina Brewer was going to work on a summer day in New York City when something caught his eye in a Manhattan subway station. His photo was on the cover of The Atlantic magazine.The month prior, Brewer … more
For many journalists in the United States and around the world, the next 60 days will be filled with polling stories, debate previews and recaps, voting guides, pandemic updates, and lots of push … more
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