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When the NBA announced Wednesday that Phoenix Suns point guard Chris Paul was being sidelined indefinitely under the league’s coronavirus-safety protocols, the next question was obvious: Had … more
Recently, the AP Stylebook updated its entries on covering disabilities. As a disabled journalist, all I see are baseline definitions for terms such as “ableism” that lack depth and … more
Early this year, Alexandria Neason wrote for CJR about the past and present of white supremacy in journalism. “Americans have short memories,” she observed. “We don’t like to … more
This year a range of publishers are observing Juneteenth, which became a federal holiday when U.S. president Joe Biden signed a bill into law yesterday. The day commemorates the end of slavery in … more
U.S. ad spending continued to rebound in May, according to a new, enriched database from Standard Media Index. The data, which is derived from SMI's expanded pool of actual media buys contributed by … more
A former WNYC reporter is suing the radio station claiming he was given the boot after being falsely accused of plagiarism, according to new court papers. Fred Mogul, an 18-year veteran of WNYC … more
On February 22, 2012, journalists Marie Colvin and Rémi Ochlik were killed in a government attack on a media center in Baba Amr, Syria. On August 19, 2014, a video of the beheading of … more
New polling released Wednesday from Echelon Insights, in partnership with the News Media Alliance, found that a majority of the 956 Republican voters surveyed support the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA), a bipartisan bill that would grant news publishers a limited, temporary safe harbor to negotiate better business terms with Big Tech platforms, including Facebook and Google. more
How could Norway’s oldest business daily teach young investors about stocks in an entertaining way while drawing them into their subscription funnel? Dagens Næringsliv's answer: "… by stealing the gaming industry’s toolkit.” more
We don’t wake up each morning to compete with a print daily, but rather to run our own local news and community model. That’s the key. more
Last year, we published “Dear Funders: What Does it Mean to Care About Equity in Journalism?” where we outlined three priorities for foundations seeking to support equitable journalism: investing in journalism created for and by people of color; supporting groups that are building a more equitable industry overall; and closing the resource gaps that philanthropy has helped perpetuate. more
Last week, the ABC announced it had achieved a milestone it had been trying to reach for more than two years. For the first time, in the previous month of March, it had equal numbers of women and men appearing in its news coverage. more
The World Association of News Publishers (WAN-IFRA), together with the World Editors Forum (WEF), have condemned the arrest of Apple Daily editor-in-chief Ryan Law and four of its directors as Hong Kong’s national security police continue to target the media company and its outspoken pro-democracy owner, Jimmy Lai. more
June 28 marks the third anniversary of the deadly attack on the (Annapolis, Maryland) Capital Gazette newsroom that killed five: Gerald Fischman, John McNamara, Rob Hiaasen, Wendi Winters and Rebecca Smith. The month also coincides with the buyout offer from the newspaper's new hedge fund owner, Alden Global Capital, which recently acquired Tribune Publishing. more
After more than two years of talks, an evening protest outside Anna Wintour’s townhouse in Greenwich Village and the threat of a strike, a group of union employees at The New Yorker and two … more
Hong Kong police declared the Apple Daily newspaper office a crime scene Thursday, after 500 officers descended on the premises to arrest executives and top editors and seize journalistic materials … more
When the big announcement came in January that the Covid vaccine would soon be available in my state of North Carolina, an army of citizens prepared by reading research, watching videos, downloading … more
Project Tell Me’s Lift Every Voice is a new initiative that showcases conversations between young Black journalists and the oldest generation of Black Americans. Conceived by Hearst Magazines, the significance of the subject matter and the abundance of inspiring stories... more
Deepfakes are an increasing concern for newsrooms with their ability to manipulate video and audio using AI technology, and turn it into something the original version never intended. more
On Wednesday, Reps. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz., and Dan Newhouse, R-Wash., introduced the Local Journalism Sustainability Act (H.R. 3940) for the 117th Congress, a bipartisan bill that seeks to help local newspapers sustain financial viability through a series of three tax credits. more
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