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The public broadcaster is thinking of new ways to cash in on its growing presence at home and abroad. But first, it needs to deal with scandals and balance sheets. more
On Friday, The Washington Post introduced new weekly podcast, “Please, Go On.” Every Friday, Washington Post Opinions columnist James Hohmann will chat with the voices behind the … more
House lawmakers on Friday introduced sweeping antitrust legislation aimed at restraining the power of Big Tech and staving off corporate consolidation across the economy, in what would be the most … more
From 2015 to 2019 US-based National Public Radio (NPR) saw its podcasting revenue grow ten-fold. Things were tougher last year due to the pandemic, though NPR still managed a small amount of growth, … more
The 105th class of Pulitzer Prize winners in Journalism, Books, Drama and Music were announced Friday by Columbia University, awarded on the recommendation of the Pulitzer Prize Board. more
The Republican National Committee would consider circumventing major television networks if the presidential debate process is not overhauled, Citizens United President David Bossie said … more
Last October, while on a Zoom call with fellow staffers at The New Yorker, Jeffrey Toobin was seen masturbating on camera./p> Toobin was immediately suspended and then ultimately fired from The … more
Newsletters are coming to a Twitter profile near you. Or, at least the chance to sign up for them is. Twitter is set to continue its ongoing reinvention of the most sacred of … more
Dusty Christensen still has his job, but many of his colleagues are not so lucky. A staff reporter at the Daily Hampshire Gazette in Northampton, Massachusetts, his newsroom lost 14 positions … more
The architect of Australia's new law making Alphabet Inc's Google (GOOGL.O) and Facebook Inc (FB.O) pay news outlets for content on Thursday rejected a suggestion the move was the result of lobbying … more
Wisconsin Media Group, LLC., an affiliate company of O’Rourke Media Group, announced plans to acquire Unified Newspaper Group, which is owned by Woodward Communications, Inc according to Randy … more
Lobbyists for Rupert Murdoch's media companies are appealing to House Republicans to support antitrust bills meant to restrain Big Tech companies, sources tell Axios.  Murdoch's media … more
All writers experience moments of self-doubt at some point in their careers. The very activities of writing, proofreading and rewriting facilitate reflection and can induce overthinking, even just as … more
So, how does one create an effective newsletter? Like nearly everything else in the news industry, there is no one-size-fits-all approach, but there are a number of key factors for success.Two expert … more
This June marks 51 years of Pride, the annual, global celebration of the LGBTQ+ community and to honor it, we’re speaking with founders and members of Hearst Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) to … more
Interviews for this oral history were conducted in the spring of 2021 by Jennifer Harlan and Brian Gallagher. Neil Sheehan, who died in January 2021, was interviewed in 2015 by Janny Scott. Answers … more
Milestones are the stories placed by readers to mark cherished life events, including births, birthdays, engagements, weddings, anniversaries and more. In fact, these Milestones are not only a … more
News publishers have played a stellar role in helping the world navigate through an extraordinarily complex and scary pandemic. “In almost all countries, news organisations are the single most … more
The 2021 Pulitzer Prizes will be announced Friday at 1 p.m. We thought we'd look back 20 years at the 2001 Pulitzer Prizes for journalism. Click here to read more. more
Fact-checks struggle to compete with disinformation on major social media networks. This is the second installment of a four-part series, to be published at the start of each month, that provides … more
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