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South African photojournalist Shiraaz Mohamed, who was kidnapped in Syria in 2017, is back home, his family says. He was working for the charity Gift of the Givers, documenting the effects of the civil war, when he was taken. He was captured near … more
The Guardian Weekly was founded in 1919 at the end of World War I. Director of Publishing Mylene Sylvestre explained the founding principles of the century-old newspaper. Speaking at INMA Media Innovation Week in Hamburg, Sylvestre explained that … more
The McClatchy Co., owner of 30 newspapers including the Sacramento Bee, disclosed Thursday that it will stop paying supplemental or non-qualified executive retirement benefits. In a press release, the company’s Chief Financial Officer Elaine … more
In October 2017, I took a job with the Winchester Star, a weekly newspaper owned by what was then known as GateHouse Media. I was the only reporter covering Winchester, a Boston suburb of about 23,000 residents. When I started, I was also the fourth … more
A federal judge has dismissed a privacy lawsuit accusing Facebook of surreptitiously storing information about users' locations. In an opinion issued late last year, U.S. District Court Judge James Donato in the Northern District of California ruled … more
In Episode 17, Post takes a look at in-depth and investigative stories about education, primarily in the K-12 system. The pieces of journalism explore systemic issues on the local and national levels—including teacher turnover rates, school board … more
The journalism industry has much in common with the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals. Both had horrendous seasons in 2019 and have disintegrating fan bases. The Bengals, fortunately, get a No. 1 draft pick for their futility. The news media get no such … more
The name may have changed, but our goal remains the same. “Our mission is to inform and entertain our readers, preserve the history of our local community, and service the needs of local businesses and individuals with diverse media solutions.” … more
In a closely watched defamation case, the state’s highest court has ruled in favor of a one-time editor at a University of Massachusetts student newspaper. The Supreme Judicial Court said Cady Vishniac can’t be held liable for publishing a … more
An Egyptian journalist known for his critical views of the government said on Thursday that police raided his parents’ house the previous night and arrested his brother. Mohamed el-Garhy tweeted that the police came to the home of his parents, who … more
For me, the last year has been a mix of equal parts FOMO and imposter syndrome as I was one of ten Knight Science Journalism Fellows at the best technical university in the world, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. As a digital journalist from a … more
Sam Greenspan, a former producer at NPR, released the first episode of his new podcast, Bellwether, in July. The name of the show, Greenspan says, stems from a practice dating to the Middle Ages in which shepherds tie a bell around the neck of a … more
With a year to reflect on and the media landscape still navigating change, it’s time to look forward to understand how brands can deliver the best results from their advertising campaigns for the upcoming year. With more devices and platforms, … more
The BBC has approached female broadcasters in a bid to settle equal pay cases brought against the corporation rather than being faced with more embarrassing details of its employment practices emerging, it has emerged. In an apparent attempt to head … more
So here is 2019 in its last moments: The actress Sharon Stone gets kicked off a dating app for being herself, while the ever-screechy President Trump gets to stay on Twitter after retweeting fake accounts and links that appear to unmask a … more
The holiday season and the arrival of a new year are often cause for reflection and soul-searching. Many critics have made it abundantly clear that they would like the senior management of the New York Times to consider why the newspaper allows … more
What questions do readers have about your stories? Taking their answers into account during the reporting process can better connect readers to your content and build trust. To this end, the Center for Media Engagement wanted to help newsrooms get … more
In 2019, the organizing wave that began rising in 2018 crested, with employees at digital publishers including Quartz, BuzzFeed News, Wirecutter and The Ringer and legacy media companies such as Hearst and NBC News all organizing. Over the past five … more
As we usher in a new year and new decade, Publishers Daily asked leaders from across media, advertising and tech to tell us what they see on the horizon for 2020 and beyond. Here’s their predictions: more
The headline on the front page of the New York Times on Nov. 23 read, “Report Is Said To Clear F.B.I. Of Bias Claims,” by Adam Goldman and Charlie Savage. The “report” is the result of a nearly two-year investigation, overseen by Justice … more
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