Live conferences return

Live conferences and events for all industries, including news publishing, are the year's highlights for guests, speakers and the industry organizations that hold them. They are essential for networking, renewing old acquaintances, forging new ones, promoting professional development, and sharing new ideas and trends.
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Borrell's latest study reveals bad and good news on local ad spending

Borrell Associates’ Q3 study shows some "signs of trouble" for SMB ad spending. But encouraging news on their acceptance of the proposed Local Journalism Sustainability Act (LJSA).

Making the data count

News Leaders Association has announced a comprehensive update to the former ASNE Diversity Survey, renamed the Transformative Transparency Project. It will provide the numbers, narratives and knowledge to assist news media stakeholders in undertaking reforms that address the lack of newsroom diversity.

Recognizing those who remain committed to news excellence

Dedication to the news publishing industry is in the blood of Editor & Publisher’s second class of 15 Over 50 honorees. They are still firmly committed to journalistic and publishing excellence and have transformed themselves just as the industry has during the past few decades.

Industry News
More than two-thirds of the guests on five prominent Sunday morning TV news shows in 2020 were men, and most of those guests were white men, according to a new report on gender and race representation released by the Women’s Media Center.
The justices will soon consider whether to hear a case arguing that the First Amendment requires disclosure of a secret court’s major rulings.
The NewsGuild, a labor union that represents thousands of journalists, is investigating the workplace culture of U.S. newspaper conglomerate Gannett, starting with the issue of unpaid overtime work.
The report includes multiple stories of harassment at the Pittsburgh Guild over the past 20 years.
The Washington Post has announced the debut of Zeus Prime, a groundbreaking premium ad-buying network that connects brands and top U.S. publishers in a real-time marketplace. The self-service platform provides publishers with a turnkey ad sales solution while also giving brands and agencies the ability to quickly purchase and place ads across national, regional and local publisher sites.
With tools like Canva, Projector and Adobe Spark, newsrooms of any size can create brand guidelines.
Here are four important ways that major donors to nonprofit journalism can make a bigger difference.
Build a program of philanthropy to fund journalism. Digital subscriptions can pay for our daily journalism, but the deep investigative work is expensive and needs another funding source to be sustainable under our changing business model.
A new analysis of Gallup/Knight Foundation survey data reveals that age is an important differentiator in understanding the complexities of Americans’ trust in and perceptions of the news media.
The Washington Post has announced that Paul Schemm will become a deputy regional editor in Foreign, based in London, where he will serve as the primary assignment editor driving daily coverage from the Middle East, Europe, Africa and South Asia during the early hours of the D.C. day.
After 10 years of service, New Mexico State University Professor Dr. Hwiman Chung announced his resignation as the department head of Journalism and Media Studies.
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