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After more than 200 police officers raided the newsroom of Hong Kong’s biggest pro-democracy newspaper, Apple Daily, a staff reporter messaged the editor in chief with a question: Should I … more
Reuters has launched a beta set of AI-powered tools to make use of video clips up to a century old.Supported by the Google Digital News Innovation Fund, The Reuters Video Archive can timestamp human … more
The publisher of the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, the i and Metro is to cut up to 100 roles as the coronavirus pandemic continues to hammer the newspaper and magazine industry.Daily Mail and General … more
“Hey everyone. I’m Kara Meyberg Guzman,” Meyberg Guzman said in a podcast episode last July for Santa Cruz Local.“And I’m Stephen Baxter,” her co-founder and … more
Ad spending is starting to recover from the low point of the coronavirus. But unless it miraculously accelerates, all the evidence points to further job losses at agencies in the months to come. … more
Facebook, Google and other major tech companies said on Wednesday that they had added new partners and met with government agencies in their efforts to secure the November election.The group, which … more
The U.S. Agency for Global Media has removed a number of senior executives as the new CEO Michael Pack continues to dramatically reshape the government-run media group. Two of them say their ouster … more
The Local Media Consortium today released the results of an FTI Consulting survey of COVID-19’s effect on local newspapers, which found that the US newspaper industry continues to face the … more
Here’s an idea to steal and adapt: As a local news organization, you can solicit drawings from children and publish a special section thanking essential employees who have kept your community … more
The Albuquerque Journal and the Santa Fe New Mexican newspapers are partnering to print both publications at the The New Mexican’s production facility in Santa Fe in a cost-cutting move.The … more
The growing popularity of social video platforms like TikTok has prompted more publishers and social channels to beef up their video offering. Some news organisations were quick to jump on the … more
Local journalists who’ve been working remotely for months because of the coronavirus pandemic will stay that way for awhile, and some will lose their newsrooms entirely.In a memo obtained by … more
In the last few months, ad blocking has taken a backseat in industry conversations and in the minds of publishers as they grapple with more immediate concerns, such as the revenue disruption caused … more
Media owners with diversified revenue lines were best-positioned to weather the coronavirus crisis as it continued into the summer.Earnings reports for the June quarter reveal the extent to which the … more
Last week, in a Q&A about covering losses in the journalism industry, Poynter reporter Kristen Hare observed that the newsroom mergers and consolidations that have resulted from the coronavirus … more
No surprise: Joe Biden has picked Kamala Harris to be his running mate in the 2020 presidential election.Sadly, what also won’t be a surprise is what the reaction likely will be to … more
News publishers have added their subscribe pages to the long list of things they constantly tinker with in an attempt to drive revenue during challenging times.As subscription revenue has grown into … more
Facebook has defeated an investor lawsuit stemming revelations that the social networking platform allowed outside companies, including data consultancy Cambridge Analytica, to obtain personal … more
The International Newspaper Group (ING) annual Leadership Networking Summit is moving online this fall as part of Americas Newspapers’ annual meeting: PIVOT 2020  a virtual 3-day … more
Last year, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of Hong Kong to demand full democracy, many egged on by a tabloid newspaper critical of China’s ruling Communist Party. On … more
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