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The Ellettsville Journal will print its final edition on August 4. The weekly paper’s parent company, Gannett, says it is shifting coverage and resources to The Herald-Times in … more
Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch on Friday said the Supreme Court should revisit the breadth of the landmark First Amendment decision in New York Times v. Sullivan and explore how it applies … more
Andrews McMeel Publishing has acquired worldwide rights to Jane Wolfe’s biography of Burl Osborne, former chairman of The Associated Press and publisher of The Dallas Morning News, who waged … more
In the latest development in protracted labor strife at The Boston Globe, the Boston Newspaper Guild this morning issued a statement expressing solidarity with two other unions that represent Globe … more
For decades now, researchers have documented the impact of journalists’ work on their mental health, even though there has been little discussion of it in newsrooms until recently. A string of … more
The Arizona Republic has gone to court to demand records from the state Senate and one of its contractors to shed light on the audit of 2020 election results. The news … more
On Wednesday, Donald Rumsfeld—who, as defense secretary under George W. Bush, was a driving force behind the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq—died. Major outlets wheeled out pre-written … more
A monument to journalist and civil rights activist Ida B. Wells-Barnett was unveiled Wednesday in Chicago. Officially called The Light of Truth Ida B. Wells National Monument, the commemoration … more
Some 56% of U.S. adults say people should not be able to sue social media companies for content that other users post on these companies’ platforms, according to a new survey conducted April … more
The less time journalists spend on rote tasks like data entry, the better. Yet for smaller newsrooms, automating these processes may seem like a daunting task. However, with just a little coding … more
While many media organizations around the world may strive to diversify their representation of women, most publications still rely on male sources and subjects. According to a 2020 report by The … more
Hearst Connecticut Media Group in the United States has launched a news site called CTInsider.com as a way to reach new readers throughout Connecticut. The company has also been hiring editorial… more
Hedge fund Alden Global Capital, true to its cut-and-slash reputation, has bought out and let go at least 10% of the newsroom workforce since it acquired Tribune Publishing six weeks ago. I am … more
Imagine dozens of Americans of different political and socioeconomic backgrounds in a room, looking for common ground. A safe place to start would be distrust in the news media. Last year, we … more
Google may have given third-party cookies a lifeline; regulators have not. Marketers following people across sites using those cookies still aren’t privacy safe. So while the ad … more
Trustees for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill voted Wednesday afternoon at a closed session to give tenure to star New York Times writer Nikole Hannah-Jones several months after … more
After more than 18 months working remotely, journalists value in-person sourcing, reporting, editing and newsroom atmosphere more than ever, according to FTI Consulting's FTI Survey: The Future of … more
The criminal justice reform site The Appeal has had several courtrooms’ worth of drama the past few months, and it appears the differences are officially irreconcilable. An unusual joint … more
Here’s an idea to steal and adapt: Use your newsroom talent and expertise to put on live events that show off your depth as an organization and offer new ways for audiences to engage with your … more
Paxton Media Group announced today that it has sold Huskers Illustrated to Nicholas Holdings. Nicholas Holdings is owned by long-time newspaper veteran Terry Kroeger, who also owns Smith Kroeger, an … more
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