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How the company will balance newsworthiness and the public interest with its desire to protect individual privacy is unknown. Some photojournalists say they are concerned that the new policy, and the lack of clarity around its terms, could make their jobs even more difficult. more
A look around the internet suggests the FTC hasn’t scared news orgs into immediately changing the options they offer online. more
Ozy Media, which recently imploded amid investigations into alleged fraud, has reached a severance settlement with most of its former full-time employees, Axios has learned. more
A coalition of news outlets including The Washington Post is supporting Stephen Bannon's campaign for the release of documents related to his contempt of Congress charges, WashPost reported Wednesday. more
The gift from Stueve Siegel Hanson will help fund training for international journalists. more
Baltimore Sun Media is considering a plan to move the printing of its newspapers from Baltimore to a printing plant in Wilmington, Delaware, owned by the newspaper there. more
Have you ever considered volunteering your experience to mentor an independent local news outlet? more
Cox Enterprises was recently selected as one of the Top 50 Corporations for Inclusion by the National Business Inclusion Consortium (NBIC). more
Feedback from a small group of freelance Philadelphia-based photographers center on pay rates, contracts and user experience. more
With the acquisition, Ogden Newspapers will publish 54 daily newspapers and a number of weekly newspapers and magazines in 18 states. more
On Monday, Nov. 29, Congressman Mark DeSaulnier (CA-11), along with his colleagues Congressman Ed Perlmutter (CO-07), Congressman Jamie Raskin (MD-08), and Congressman David Cicilline (RI-01) introduced two pieces of legislation aimed at supporting and protecting local journalism, and honoring its role in bolstering our democracy, holding government accountable, and informing the electorate. more
Larry Hobbs and his many questions produced work that, while he himself admits it wasn’t always perfect, served a critical need. more
Every member of the Wirecutter Union will be eligible to receive overtime pay from union organizers for the hours they missed working overtime during the union's Black Friday holiday strike, thanks to an outpouring of donations to support the union's walkout. more
Starting in January 2022, 16 state news agencies in the European Union will band together to create a “European Newsroom” to cover EU-wide issues. more
Unless you are a data journalism specialist, you might do well to seek sources, experts and collaborators to guide you through the data. more
The policy doesn't apply to public figures for the most part, but there are exceptions. more
I asked four journalists who write about immigration, sexual assault and incarceration to consider the question: When we ask people to share their most intimate experiences, what do we owe them in return? more
The winners of the 2021 Digital Media Awards Worldwide demonstrate that successful news publishers understand their audiences expect excellence at every level: engaging storytelling, powerful images and purposeful design that combine to add insight and meaning to consumers’ lives. Likewise, the most effective services and campaigns are highly focused on the needs of users. more
Not only has NewsMatch brought investment and awareness about the importance of community support for local news, but it’s also helped train newsrooms, so they can run fundraising campaigns all year long. more
“There is simply no reason for police to be arresting and detaining journalists in the United States, but the fact that 56 such incidents were documented in 2021 suggests the problem has become deeply entrenched,” said Joel Simon, executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists. more
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