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China’s leading financial magazine has been dropped from an official list of outlets websites can republish, reducing the exposure of a rare independent voice as the authorities tightens control over the media. more
Colombian news publisher El Espectador has signed an agreement with United Robots for automated match articles for a number of major domestic and international football leagues. The agreement covers pre- and post-match texts. more
In separate conversations with CJR, three industry executives discussed the possibilities for small-market newspapers across the country. more
Authorities in Belarus on Wednesday raided the offices of the country’s top independent newspaper and took two of its journalists for questioning. more
We’re celebrating a milestone this week: Media Voices’ 200th podcast episode. So almost five years after publishing our first episode, here are 10 things we’ve learned. more
News brands start to pay close attention to user-first models as they are key to successful subscription and membership programs. more
600+ journalists. 150 media outlets. 117 countries. "Can you imagine what we would do if we were properly funded?" its director said. more
American journalists look less and less like the country they cover — in terms of race, class and background. We need to expand the pool of people who can enter the industry, and an idea from K-12 education might help. more
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has big ambitions to answer the cries from members of Congress and consumer privacy advocates to rein in Big Tech. However, the agency — which has just nine technologists — does not seem to be having much luck attracting and retaining the staff to make that happen. Three recent departures could stymie its hiring goals. more
The News Industry Mega-Conference, the news media industry’s largest event, returns with an in-person meeting April 10-12, 2022.  Sign up to be notified of sponsorship/exhibit opportunities and when discounted early-bird registration opens! more
Mark Zuckerberg wants to be known for building the metaverse. more
“What role can (and should) media policy play in supporting a strong, sustainable, vibrant local media sector in the United States?” more
The Chatham News + Record in Siler City, North Carolina, describes itself as a 143-year-old start-up. It serves all of rural Chatham County and has some subscribers in neighboring counties, but the focus is on Chatham. more
Of the 10 largest dailies in the U.S., 1 publication is the only holdout. more
Prominent science journalists Deborah Blum, Cristine Russell and Brooke Borel offer advice to help newsrooms avoid common mistakes in writing headlines about health and medical research. more
James and Kathryn Murdoch are nearing a deal to make a multi-million dollar investment to support the formation of a new climate reporting hub at The Associated Press, two sources familiar with the deal tell Axios. more
Wondering how to get started? We rounded up some of the best examples from podcast creators to bring you some much-needed inspiration. more
The launch of the Malawi Media Freedom Committee underlines the importance of a free press in holding power to account. more
The Devil Strip’s board of directors said on Tuesday that the site had run out of money and needed to raise $75,000 to rehire staff — but didn’t explain how things got so bad in the first place. more
The full-tuition scholarship is from the Simmons Family Foundation more
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