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The head coach of the Golden State Warriors. A former ace of the New York Yankees. A onetime star of “The Bachelorette.”Steve Kerr, C. C. Sabathia and Rachel Lindsay were among the … more
What do people see in their Facebook feeds? How much news do they encounter there — from legitimate outlets or from those known for sowing misinformation? Are most people’s accounts … more
The coronavirus pandemic has prompted a collective cry for help (and an apparent need to stress-bake) — and publishers have taken notice. Need science-based advice on time management or tips on … more
French President Emmanuel Macron has championed his country as a leading defender of free expression, but French journalists and advocates condemn what they see as a government crackdown on press … more
BuzzFeed is acquiring HuffPost, as part of a strategic partnership with Verizon Media that marks the latest evolution in the digital media landscape. Verizon Media, the current owner of HuffPost, … more
It’s no secret that content creators are finding it increasingly difficult to have valuable conversations online. Everyone has the ability to publish — but not everyone is able to have … more
American society today feels more divided than ever, particularly along racial lines. In this project, the Center for Media Engagement asked Black Americans how news organizations could better cover … more
Shearman Company, LLC announced today it has entered into a preliminary agreement to sell the assets of the American Press in Lake Charles and Southwest Daily News in Sulphur to Carpenter Newsmedia … more
The South China Morning Post (SCMP) has been reporting news about Asia and China and its impact on the world for 117 years. It recently launched a digital subscription service. At the time of … more
In the early 1900s, both the town of Ocoee, Florida, and the citrus business were booming. Hundreds of Black families moved in to the town outside Orlando. They built homes, businesses and lives.It … more
This spring, as the coronavirus ravaged the United States, mutual aid groups proliferated. In Chicago, where I live, I watched businesses close and people suddenly lose their jobs. I saw … more
Here’s an idea to steal and adapt: Focusing on newsletter subscriber acquisition will increase your digital subscriptions and donations to help fund your newsroom and editorial … more
Multicultural News Network (MNN), a nonpartisan, national news network that will bring “an unbiased national forum for the voices of America’s underserved multicultural … more
After months of ominous predictions, the second coronavirus wave is now rising over the United States, with hospital beds filling up, school systems closing, cities and states imposing new lockdown … more
National digital news organizations are increasingly entering local media markets, creating a new model for serving local audiences whose traditional news sources have suffered from years of … more
Happy hump day, hot stuff. Some shameless self- and friend-promotion before today’s edition. Last week, I appeared on the podcast Stand Up! with Pete Dominick to talk about the state of climate … more
Back in August, a squabble erupted between the game-maker Epic and the flat-glass-slab-maker Apple. Epic, publisher of the uber-popular Fortnite, didn’t like the fact that Apple takes its … more
If you ask around about Pueblo, a city in southern Colorado built on steel and coal, people from there describe it as proud, resilient, tough. A Latino-majority union town, it’s long been a … more
Legacy news outlets have traditionally tried to be all things to all people. They’ve broadly served up content in a shotgun approach that has them competing in increasingly crowded spaces. … more
Algorithms, big data and artificial intelligence. These are tricky topics to navigate but ones which many journalists are increasingly grappling with as tech stories become more mainstream.There have … more
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