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Gannett reported a year-over-year decline in fourth-quarter revenue and a wider net loss, but the company beat its earlier estimates for the period as cost-cutting and an … more
On Tuesday, New York Times columnist David Brooks published a 900-word ode to Facebook Groups and how they foster online communities around the world. The column didn’t appear in … more
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia approved the plan for operatives to assassinate the journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018, according to a previously classified intelligence report … more
Yesterday, Alex Goldman—a co-host of Reply All, a popular tech podcast produced by Gimlet—popped up in the show’s feed with a brief programming announcement: “The Test … more
Publishers found audiences flocking to coverage of the pandemic in 2020 and are now leaning into that story’s next chapter as vaccines roll out, creating coronavirus-focused podcasts to capture … more
Women journalists work on the frontlines of online and offline violence. In the past three years, The Coalition For Women In Journalism (CFWIJ) has documented a significant rise of organized troll … more
As it continues to bulk up its national TV network business, E.W. Scripps saw rising business from its local TV stations in the fourth-quarter 2020 from political advertising. Overall company-wide … more
Insider Inc. will boost its minimum salary to $60,000 annually for U.S. employees, while increasing its minimum severance package to eight weeks, according to a memo from company executives obtained … more
The recent spike in attacks against Asian Americans are part of a larger trend that deserves more media coverage, said “Nightline” co-anchor Juju Chang and CBS News White House … more
The Washington Post on Thursday denounced online abuse that targeted one of its reporters after a photo of her speaking with Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) was shared on Twitter. The attacks on … more
Newsroom employees of the Austin American-Statesman voted Wednesday to unionize and collectively bargain with the newspaper’s owner over a range of workplace-related issues including pay and … more
We know there’s a partisan divide related to trust in news: people who lean right are much less likely to trust what journalists produce. You probably don’t need polling data to tell you … more
US state legislatures are largely back in session, and they’re introducing hundreds of voting bills. In the wake of the 2020 election—which introduced significant changes to allow voters … more
The Arizona Republic, which is owned by Gannett, is the state’s largest daily newspaper and has been around for more than 130 years. Our website is We all know we need more … more
More than 100 staff at the Qatar-funded media organisation Al Jazeera have signed an open letter to management objecting to the launch of a rightwing digital platform that they say betrays its … more
Horizon Publications’ Yuma (Arizona) Sun has a long history with ProImage. The publisher has been managing all of its local newspapers and editions with NewsWay workflow software since … more
The Post and Courier (Charleston, S.C.) launched a bold initiative on Feb. 14 to fund a local investigative journalism team through community contributions. Its announced goal: Raise $100,000 in 100 … more
Australia has passed a new law that will force tech companies to pay publishers for news content, setting the stage for potential, similar action in other countries. The new code, which the … more
The States Newsroom — an expanding network of outlets focused on statehouse coverage — is launching a free syndication service that will allow other news organizations to republish … more
Black markets, hackers for hire, illegal chat forums - to most people, the "deep web" is a murky corner of the internet. It is also, however, a place to safely communicate with whistleblowers … more
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