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Here is the hard truth. The current state of local journalism is dire. The devastating impact of COVID-19 has made advertising dollars plunge and closed more than 50 local newsrooms around America, … more
Our inaugural class of 15 Over 50 come from various backgrounds and markets, but they all share one thing: a passion for our industry. While many other industry vets may feel jaded or cynical during … more
In 2013, several media outlets had partnered to form the Detroit Journalism Cooperative (DJC) to report on the city’s future after it had declared bankruptcy. Unfortunately, the project was … more
It takes a lot to impress me. I’ve been around newspapers and printing for more than 30 years. I’ve been fortunate enough to be part of operations that were on the forefront of new … more
To combat the growing field of news deserts, TownNews recently launched a service called News Nirvana that identifies news deserts, partners with capable local publishers and editors and provides … more
The Associated Press recently revealed a new brand campaign which, according to a press release, emphasizes the global news organization’s “vital role as the provider of accurate, … 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 most of the country bunkered down indoors during the COVID-19 pandemic, the USA Today Network sought to highlight people on the front line of America in a series called America’s Food Chain. … more
After ceasing publication on April 10, the Daily Clintonian was purchased by Don L. Hurd, president of Hoosier Media Group, Hometown Media and Heartland Media Group, surprising the residents of … more
Set to launch this fall, the Colorado News Collaborative (COLab) is an “independent media resource hub” founded by 10 leading news media outlets in the state, offering newsrooms the … more
Perhaps some of the most important questions right now during this global pandemic is “What happens next?”             In May, … more
As news headlines continue to be populated with stories about the COVID-19 pandemic, the Boston Globe took a different approach. The paper recently published an exclusive novella online and among its … more
I had worked in the third floor newsroom of The Commercial Appeal in Memphis, Tenn. for years until last spring, when the other remaining staffers and I moved out. Almost exactly one year later, I … more
Following the death of George Floyd (a Minnesotan Black man) on May 25 while in police custody, protests erupted across the nation against racism and police violence. These past weeks have been tumultuous, not only for the public, but also for the media industry as it revealed concerns about the lack of diversity represented in newsrooms around the country. 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
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