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[metaslider id="202979"] E&P announced the winners of its 24th annual EPPY Awards on Oct. 23 at editorandpublisher.com. This year’s EPPY Awards received more than 300 entries. Winners were selected from an international list of nominations to … more
Facebook plans to launch a “News” tab on Friday that will offer stories from hundreds of news organizations, some of which will be paid fees for supplying content to the service, people familiar with the plan say. The move, which will put the … more
Working from home today,” the publisher and editor of Nebraska’s Hooker County Tribune posted to the weekly’s Facebook page in September. “Good news: I got this week’s issue sent to the printer! Bad news: No other Tribune work will get … more
In March 20, Nancy Cooper, the editor in chief of Newsweek, sent an email to her editorial staff. The subject was “What is a Newsweek story?”—an odd question at an eighty-six-year-old newsmagazine once considered one of the “big three,” … more
Local news organizations, which have long used email newsletters to drive readers to their websites and boost page views, are increasingly offering newsletters as destinations of their own to boost subscriber loyalty. A major data analysis, … more
The Islamic State on TikTok. Child sex abuse on Facebook. The trolling of Meghan Markle. What do these stories—published by The Wall Street Journal, The Times of London, and Sky News—have in common, besides a certain grim 2019-ness? They all … more
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took office in December promising to reduce public spending to free up more resources for the poor. But his austerity drive has left media outlets reeling, and raised questions about whether Lopez … more
When it comes to finding workable business models for the press, the French go their own way, as they do in many ways. Where news organisations in many countries shun government involvement in their businesses, the French embrace it. In 2019, print … more
As with publishers in other parts of the world, many traditional news organisations in Latin America–such as Argentina's La Nación, Brazil's Folha de S. Paulo and Mexico's Reforma–are finding that digital subscriptions are becoming increasingly … more
On Tuesday, the House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted to approve a measure that would shake up the Copyright Office if it were made into law, creating a small claims court where online content creators can go after their infringers. … more
The BBC-funded local democracy reporting service has been opened up to news platforms aimed at black, Asian and minority ethnic communities in the UK to help its journalism reach a wider audience. BAME-targeted publications like The Voice newspaper … more
Great Big Story has come a long way since its debut four years ago as CNN’s social video experiment aimed at targeting younger audiences. Its international division alone now accounts for 15% of CNN International Commercial’s digital revenue, … more
A forensic psychiatrist for the Maryland Health Department believes the man charged with killing five Capital Gazette staffers is legally sane, an Anne Arundel County Circuit Court judge said Monday before denying prosecutors’ request to have the … more
The author of an anonymous column in the New York Times in 2018, who was identified as a senior Trump administration official acting as part of the “resistance” inside the government, has written a tell-all book to be published next month. The … more
The AT&T-backed CNN is working on a news aggregation service of its own, which would follow a similar path to that of Apple News and Apple News+. In order to compete with the dominant Facebook as well as Apple's own offering, the project known … more
The Financial Times is branching out into consulting, banking on a lucrative business in sharing its knowledge of how to build a large direct-to-consumer business. FT Strategies other businesses advice on how they can grow their data and … more
Regular readers of The Local have hopefully noticed a change in how we do journalism over the past two years. When we launched Membership, this wasn't just a way to raise revenue, but also a chance to bring our readers closer to our reporting and … more
Washington is a dark place with a mean-spirited and bitterly polarizing president. But suddenly, there’s sunlight—not from the looming impeachment of Donald Trump or the political skill of Nancy Pelosi, House Speaker—but the Nationals, the … more
With just over a year left until the 2020 U.S. presidential election, Facebook is stepping up its efforts to ensure it is not used as a tool to interfere in politics and democracies around the world. The efforts outlined Monday include a special … more
There’s no doubt the use of data helps any organisation perform better and should be at the heart of everything we do. This is particularly relevant in the declining industry of print publishing, where a need for diversification and digital … more
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