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New data released in early July show that the annual number of deaths attributed to drug overdoses has decreased for the first time in nearly 30 years. The drop was attributed to a decrease in deaths due to opioid painkillers. The news media greeted … more
A White House journalist who described the South African president as an "unidentified leader" has drawn a backlash from social media users and press in South Africa and beyond. Danielle Superville, the White House reporter for The Associated Press, … more
To truly pivot towards a digital subscription model, MittMedia needed to innovate, scale, and monetise the digital ecosystem. To be able to do this with a constantly experimental approach, we decided to build a data platform from the ground up. … more
It took less than five hours for a jury this June to convict Keith Raniere of everything he’d been charged with–sex trafficking, forced labor, posession of child pornography, sexual exploitation of a child, obstruction of justice and more. … more
On Saturday, the body of Nevith Condés Jaramillo, the director of Observatorio del Sur, a local news site in Mexico, was found in the Tejupilco municipality, riddled with stab wounds. It’s not yet clear whether his death was linked to his … more
Walter Cronkite once said that “journalism is what we need to make democracy work.” He was absolutely right, which is why today’s assault on journalism by Wall Street, billionaire businessmen, Silicon Valley, and Donald Trump presents a … more
When a large U.S. newspaper cuts print publication days or curtails home delivery, headlines may scream media apocalypse. But for years, newspapers here and there across the country — little noticed beyond their home markets — have gradually … more
Journalists don’t have thin skins, broadcaster Edward R. Murrow is reputed to have said, they have no skins. Reporters are so sensitive that you needn’t criticize their work to earn a buzz saw in the face in return. Just offer the observation, … more
More erratic, more often. I spent the week talking with major media figures at networks and newspapers. And that was the consensus: President Trump's behavior is getting worse in type and in frequency. It seems he's acting more erratic more … more
The renewed interest of the subscription revenue model has turned heads in the digital publishing industry. Some publishers have found success in pivoting to this revenue model. However, thousands of other publishers are wondering if subscriptions … more
Uganda said on Friday it had blocked online access to Rwanda’s main state-owned newspaper on national security grounds, two days after the countries signed a pact to end tensions that closed their busiest border crossing for six months.Read more more
Somehow the HBO’s fictional drama series Succession (about the Roy family, which controls one of the biggest media and entertainment companies in the world) feels surprisingly relevant right now. In the series, Logan Roy, the fictional media … more
Publishers are increasingly beginning to act more like digital product companies that sell services to clients rather than advertising to brands. In early August, The Information reported that Axios plans to sell the newsletter technology that … more
A bunch of money — check. A bunch of local data — check. Brains galore — check. Future of local news? TBD. When University of Southern California professor and Wall Street Journal alum Gabriel Kahn was given part of a grant made to USC’s … more
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA (Aug. 26, 2019) –The entry period for the 24th annual EPPY™ Awards, which honor the best websites presented by digital media companies, has been extended to midnight Friday, Sept. 6, 2019.  Entries are accepted online … more
A loose network of conservative operatives allied with the White House is pursuing what they say will be an aggressive operation to discredit news organizations deemed hostile to President Trump by publicizing damaging information about … more
It’s open season on advertising techniques that rely too heavily on personal user data. Tighter data protection regulations and the privacy agendas of the browsers are putting pressure on certain kinds of ad-targeting techniques while others — … more
Until recently, journalists at The Seattle Times covered deportation like it was the final chapter in people’s stories. Thanks to a travel grant from the Pulitzer Center, they found a way to show what happens to those stories after people cross … more
The Cambridge Analytica scandal rocked Facebook when it came to light last year, but newly revealed documents containing internal Facebook conversations released jointly by Facebook and the District of Columbia attorney general show that the … more
High Country News, a non-profit magazine that covers social and ecological issues in the Western United States, is experimenting with 'speculative journalism' as an alternative way to report on the climate emergency in the region.  Read more more
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