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President Donald Trump purposely downplayed the seriousness of COVID-19 back in February, according to Watergate journalist Bob Woodward. But according to a recent study conducted by E&P, so does Fox News.. more
After delivering news to the Charleston, S.C. area for more than 200 years, the Post and Courier will launch a modern news operation in Greenville and Myrtle Beach. The targeted launch date for both … more
As E&P was putting together the finishing touches on this article, protests were raging across the nation, where police brutality on protesters and the press became unconscionably rampant and … more
On May 4, Pulitzer Prize administrator Dana Canedy announced this year’s winners from her living room with some technological help from her 14-year-old son. Meanwhile, newsrooms around the country gathered over video conference calls to hear if their names would be read over the livestream. more
The Mahoning Matters staff in December 2019: (from left) reporter Justin Dennis, editor Mark Sweetwood, reporter Jess Hardin, content manager Jeremy Harper, and business executive Mark Eckert. Eckert died from complications of COVID-19 in March. … more
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced hundreds of newsrooms to impose massive cuts, layoffs and furloughs—so much that several media organizations have called on Congress to lend crucial financial assistance to the industry. In April, a coalition of … more
Hoping to lend support to local businesses during the current pandemic, the Gambit, an alt-weekly in New Orleans, La., recently launched Adopt-a-Small Business. The program supports locally-owned shops and restaurants by allowing the public to … more
Newspapers have endured tremendous change over the past few decades but perhaps no time stands out quite like what we’re going through right now. Driven primarily by losses in ad revenue, most of us are facing workforce reductions, layoffs, furloughs, pay reductions and closures throughout the industry. more
Amidst a pandemic, many publishers have had to step up to meet the high demand for accurate COVID-19 information. One of them is USA TODAY NETWORK, who recently built on their long running digital explainer series Just the FAQs with the Facebook … more
A new initiative from Local Independent Online News (LION) Publishers, the UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media Center for Innovation and Sustainability in Local Media, Google News Initiative, and Table Stakes co-founder Douglas K. Smith wants … more
It’s been rough out there in sales land during this health crisis. And yet, web traffic is spiking for media companies. So, what do we do to leverage that and take a bad situation and make it better for our advertisers? Let’s give ourselves some … more
Editor's Note: This story was assigned and published in our June print issue before the attacks on journalists covering the protests over the killing of George Floyd took place. We support our fellow journalists on the ground and condemn any acts of … more
Business owners were still optimistic when COVID-19 started its relentless march from opposite ends of the country to eventually coat the nation. But with reported cases rising higher every week and the death toll in the U.S. creeping toward triple … more
Twelve years ago, many people were left jobless or in constant fear of losing their jobs when the market crashed. Thus, many of them turned to LinkedIn including Jeff Tennery. In 2014, an idea that had been rattling around in his mind for six years … more
Technicians and installers from imPRESSions Worldwide work on the first phase of installation for the Columbian during installation of a used Goss Community SSC single-wide press. (Photo provided) Around this time last year, the Columbian in … more
News & Observer photojournalist Julia Wall goes “old school” with a paper roadmap of North Carolina while traveling the backgrounds for the Journey Across the 100 project. (Photo provided) The News & Observer, based in Raleigh, N.C., … more
The Columbia Journalism Review revealed in a piece last year that there are roughly 2.6 million tribal citizens in the U.S., but fewer than .05 percent of all journalists at leading newspapers and online publications are Native American. It begs the … more
Content has always been king for news publishers, but with print readership declining, publishers have had to think creatively with how to reach readers who are moving over to different platforms. Whether it’s through TikTok, podcasts or videos, … more
Sid Hartman (center) during All-Star Game weekend 2014 with Joe Mauer, Dave Winfield, Jack Morris and Paul Molitor (Photo by Dustin Morse/Minnesota Twins) It’s not unusual for a newspaper to celebrate a centennial, but a “Sidtennial?” That’s … more
Kansas City community members attend a listening session with The Beacon in February. (Photo provided) When investigative reporter Kelsey Ryan lost her job in 2018 after a round of layoffs at the Kansas City Star, she decided it was time to create … more
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