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Amplify Utah Focuses on Diverse Voices

The Salt Lake Tribune, along with the nonprofit Amplify Utah and Salt Lake Community College (SLCC), have partnered to write and publish stories that highlight the state’s diverse communities and engages with young readers.
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Philadelphia Inquirer Launches 'A More Perfect Union' Series

The Philadelphia Inquirer recently launched a yearlong, multiplatform journalism project called “A More Perfect Union” that will explore the racist origins, practices and consequences of American institutions that were born in Philadelphia—beginning with an examination of the newspaper itself.

Thirty North American Newsrooms Join the Facebook Accelerator

In April, Facebook kicked off their latest Accelerator programs for North American publishers. Centered on reader revenue, the programs include the Subscriptions Accelerator and the Memberships Accelerator. Thirty news organizations were chosen for this year’s program

New Project Addresses 'Unpublishing the News'

In a digital age where news is preserved online, newsrooms are facing increasing pressure to “unpublish.” To help newsrooms address the matter, Deborah Dwyer, a Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) fellow and a doctoral candidate in the Hussman School of Journalism and Media at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, created Unpublishing the News...

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Bobby Mathews has been named sports editor of The Tribune. Mathews is a veteran journalist and was previously sports editor at The Troy Messenger and The Statesboro (Ga.) Herald. Click here to …
John Newsom, a veteran News & Record journalist has left to go freelance. He has been with the paper for over 25 years and has served as a higher education reporter, editor and editorial …
A New York Times sports reporter who was suspended earlier this month for failing to disclose a book deal with Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps has resigned following an ethics investigation, both the …
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