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WAN-IFRA has joined 50 organizations from around the world to urge G7 countries — meeting Aug. 24 — to prioritize journalists in their deliberations about the deteriorating … more
My friend Ramon Escobar called me last week. He sounded urgent. CNN, he said, planned to hire 450 people right away. “We are trying to hire 200 journalists,” he told me. “We need … more
Cribb, Greene & Cope, the nation’s oldest, continuously running newspaper and publication brokerage, has been renamed to Cribb, Cope & Potts to reflect the firm’s most recent … more
Every federal court of appeals to address the question agrees: You have a First Amendment right to record law enforcement officials performing their duties in public. Still, as readers of this … more
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette recently made the decision to remove comments from most of Commenting will still be available on opinion pieces. Why did we do this? more
There’s a special place in my heart for teams whose expertise supports multiple others across an organization: IT, marketing/communications, design, research, legal, operations, HR, … more
When working in a temporary position, it can sometimes be difficult to be able to see ideas all the way through. As I prepare to leave my fellowship, I’ve put together multiple toolkits to help … more
Violence in Haiti has escalated over the past few years. The number of “kidnappings, homicides, armed robberies and acts of gender violence” has increased, according to reports from Human … more
We live in uncertain times. But there are powerful indicators, signaled by a new report from Valassis, of a shift to a cautious optimism about life in general, and a re-evaluation of the brands … more
The numbers are hard for some to fathom. More than six in 10 Republicans think Donald Trump’s presidential reelection was stolen. Half believe left-wing protesters staged the Jan. 6 … more
Like many people, the first graph I ever saw explaining climate change was in a school geography textbook. It showed the “hockey stick” curve of the Earth’s surface temperature over … more
Nexstar Media Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nexstar Media Group, Inc. , has acquired The Hill for $130 million (plus working capital adjustments), in a transaction that is expected to be … more
Let’s get you caught up on the terminology you will hear a lot in the next couple of days. Pfizer applied for and on Monday morning received a Biologics License Application, or BLA, with the … more
Twitter suspended the account of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' press secretary for violating rules on “abusive behavior” after The Associated Press said her conduct led to a reporter … more
Leading U.S. journalists spoke out Friday against Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega’s unacceptable campaign of repression against La Prensa, the country’s only independent print … more
Ads placed in news media consistently outperform ads on Facebook and YouTube, according to a study conducted by Australia’s ThinkNewsBrands. The cross-platform analysis found that while ads … more
Facebook’s head of security policy said the company is putting into place security measures for users in Afghanistan, including hiding “friends” lists and adding a tool to quickly … more
Last year, one U.S. newsroom set out on a mission to recognize its past failings and right its wrongs. The LA Times launched its reckoning with our racism initiative, which was a self-examination of … more
On Monday, the day after Afghanistan fell to the Taliban, the publishers of The Washington Post, The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal sent a letter to Joe Biden. They requested safe passage … more
Two media executives, a former newspaper owner and a veteran Associated Press correspondent have been chosen for the Kansas Newspaper Hall of Fame. The inductees are Lloyd Ballhagen, former CEO … more
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