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An overwhelming majority of the 23 workers who provide Canadian content for international media website HuffPost have signed union cards with CWA Canada, which filed today for certification with the … more
In 2019, Larry Persily, owner of the Skagway News, announced that he would give away his local Alaskan publication to a person or a pair demonstrating journalistic skill, self-motivation, grit, … more
In recent years, the discussion around ad quality has become much more specific and tangible. The goals have become more quantifiable and the insights easier to act on. Today, there’s a lot … more
From Area 51 aliens and Bigfoot sightings to deep state cabals and QAnon fanatics, conspiracy groups proliferate content on social media, often eclipsing fact-based news.There are numerous … more
When my son was younger, one of his favorite YouTube videos was “Do You Like Broccoli Ice Cream?” The song lists a number of yummy things and claims they wouldn’t taste good if put … more
A nonprofit consortium of nonprofit journalism organizations had a record 28% membership growth last year.Why it matters: The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed some struggling newsrooms to embrace the … more
Facebook said on Monday that it would restore the sharing and viewing of news links in Australia after gaining more time to negotiate over a proposed law that would require it to pay for news content … more
One of three men accused of the 2017 car bomb murder of Maltese anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia pleaded guilty to the killing on Tuesday. Vince Muscat changed his plea from not … more
Microsoft announced today it has joined a group of four European publishers in an effort to draft regulations that mandate payment for content when it appears in the news feeds of search engines and … more
As state legislators debate whether to move public notices from newspapers to government websites, one county has already made the switch.Guilford County’s move — authorized by a local … more
Alphabet’s Google is negotiating individual licensing deals with a divided Spanish news industry that could allow the U.S. tech giant’s news service to resume in the country, three … more
As newsrooms navigate heightened safety concerns and financial hardship during COVID-19, journalists are innovating, adopting new virtual reporting techniques and formats to cover the year’s … more
USA Today and Suffolk University conducted a survey of 1,000 Trump voters, identified via 2020 polls, in the past week. The results reaffirm that Donald Trump's big lies are now part of the bedrock … more
In late January, at the end of her first full week as President Biden’s press secretary, Jen Psaki went on the radio and bashed the reporters who cover the White House. “In Dana … more
Local newspapers are, as Nieman Lab’s own Joshua Benton likes to say, basically little machines that spit out healthier democracies. Without a local news organization, you can expect to see … more
The Russian language has introduced a few words that in recent years have been widely used and misused in English: disinformation, kompromat, Novichok.But the one that blows my mind is … more
Mahatma Gandhi didn’t actually say “Be the change you want to see in the world,” but if he had, he probably wouldn’t have been thinking of a sports website that would publish … more
More than a year after the California Consumer Privacy Act took effect, publishers and programmatic ad sellers are still split on how they are required to comply with California’s privacy … more
Americans are divided – that much is obvious after a contentious presidential election and transition, and in the midst of a politicized pandemic that has prompted a wide range of … more
The agency overseeing Voice of America has reinstated five whistleblowers who were all fired on the same day last year by Trump officials. The U.S. Agency for Global Media (USAGM) has returned the … more
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