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According to Laura Bassett, co-founder of the Save Journalism Project (SJP), nearly 7,500 journalists lost their jobs last year. In addition, many newspapers have folded, leaving communities without a local news outlet. From this struggle, the Save … more
When the Miami Herald announced it was closing its printing and packaging operations in January, Aminda Marqués González, president, publisher and executive editor, said in the announcement, it “was a very difficult business decision reached … more
Billboards for the City Champions were displayed in Cleveland, Ohio last fall. (Image provided) Cleveland, Ohio is the site for City Champions, the latest project from Guardian US. Inspired by the Guardian’s Cities section in London, the City … more
Luzmila Badillo-Gualdron works with Yarelis Ledesma, a bilingual student at Vineland High School in New Jersey. (Photo by Adam Monacelli/USA Today Network) According to the U.S. Census Bureau, as of 2017, the Hispanic population in the U.S. made up … more
Journalists have had some concerns with social media platforms for some time now, yet it remains the best way to interact with their readers. Hoping to provide a better alternative is Subtext, a service that gives reporters the capability to send … more
An early Feeding the Conversation lunch that brought together members of LA’s Asian American community with Take Two producers and other KPCC journalists. (Photo by Quincy Surasmith/KPCC) Nothing brings people together like food as Southern … more
Pictured clockwise are the Long Island Divided team: Arthur Browne, Olivia Winslow, Keith Herbert and Ann Choi. (Photo provided) A three-year Newsday investigation recently brought to light that real estate agents on Long Island were guilty of … more
Education is an essential beat for any newspaper. For the Fresno Bee, the California paper took it one step further with the launch of their Education Lab. The paper recently hired four journalists who will dive deep into covering education in the … more
More than 40 military veterans were interviewed for McClatchy’s Stricken report. Tara Copp has reported on or worked on defense issues for 20 years at multiple media outlets and for the U.S. Government Accountability Office. Over the last few … more
Hopkinsville businessman Hal McCoy (left) along with New Era editor Zirconia Alleyne and publisher Brandon Cox announce the future location of the Kentucky New Era in downtown Hopkinsville. (Photo provided) Whenever a publication is acquired by a … more
Fearful that future generations could lose historical recordings, footage, and stories, the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) and the University of Missouri (MU) Libraries are working together to ensure the survival of today’s digital … more
The new USATODAY.com includes color-coded sections to make it easier for users to navigate. In late October, USA TODAY unveiled upgrades and a new design to USATODAY.com. It’s the first major redesign since 2012 when the organization commemorated … more
In the lead up to the U.S. presidential election, McClatchy has launched Impact2020, a standalone politics subscription product which aims to “tell a full national story powered by local reporting” for political obsessives  according to a press … more
Allison Altobelli and John Garrett announce Community Impact Newspaper’s expansion into Atlanta at the organization’s all-staff annual conference in October 2019. (Photo provided) Since launching Community Impact Newspaper (CIN) in 2005, John … more
There’s a well-known journalism motto: “If your mother says she loves you, check it out.” In other words, don’t ever assume anything. Last September, the Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF) launched their own motto, “Doubt it? Check it. … more
General assignment reporter Paul Guzzo (left) and video producer James Borchuck stand in front of what was once Zion Cemetery. (Photo provided) Journalists receive tips all the time, but skilled journalists like Kathleen McGrory, Neil Bedi, Paul … more
The country’s first gay newspaper, the Washington Blade, recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. The Blade’s first edition was released Oct. 5, 1969 after the Stonewall Riots—a rebellion that occurred after the raid of a gay club. According … more
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Corporal Rachel Young, combat photographer, Communications Strategy and Operations, Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, poses for a portrait during Integrated Training … more
Walter Hussman Jr. (center) addresses the crowd at a celebration for the opening of the Hussman School of Journalism and Media. (Photo provided) Following a $25 million gift by WEHCO Media, Inc. chairman and Arkansas Democrat-Gazette publisher … more
These days, it’s becoming vital to quickly cover a live event and verify what speakers have said. According to Jeff Kofman, founder of Trint, an automated transcription and online productivity platform, it takes at least three hours to manually … more
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