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After a devastating pandemic that shuttered newspapers and eliminated thousands of jobs, journalism advocates say they are optimistic that Congress will finally step in to support the struggling … more
Guns are one of the most divisive topics in the U.S., so it’s crucial for journalists to get the details right — down to the type and style of weapon discussed.Nationwide, 32% of U.S. … more
Editorial staffers at The Atlantic announced on Monday their intentions to form a union with the NewsGuild of New York, making the 164-year-old magazine the latest title to join a wave of media … more
There’s been a misunderstanding between Facebook and the industry’s go-to measurement verification body regarding what exactly an audit set to launch later this month will eventually … more
Numerical information is a central piece of journalism. Just look at how often stories rely on quantitative data—from Covid case numbers to public opinion polling to economics … more
Since January, Republican state lawmakers have introduced hundreds of aggressive bills to restrict voting access. In response, Congressional Democrats introduced the For the People Act to expand … more
The team of 20 sits at the intersection of BBC News, BBC R&D, Digital Products and CPW Engineering. It is an incubation hub, with a mix of editorial, software development, product and design … more
Google agreed to pay roughly $270 million in fines and change some of its business practices as part of a settlement announced on Monday with French antitrust regulators who had accused the company … more
Only 2% of marketers would like to see a "full return" to the office following the COVID-19 pandemic's work-from-home protocols, according to a survey being released later this month by We Are Rosie, … more
The White House’s James S. Brady Press Briefing Room is slated to return to full seating capacity this week, the White House Correspondents’ Association announced on Sunday. The WHCA … more
The International Falls Journal will cease publication this week, the newspaper announced last week, bringing an end to its 110 years of service to the northern Minnesota city. A related commercial … more
There’s been a glut of new initiatives focused on newsletters and local news. Nieman Lab has written about a bunch of them, including Tiny News Collective, Substack Local, IndieGraf, Overstory, … more
Direct publishing sounds like a 21st century journalist's dream come true: a technology that allows newsrooms to create a direct relationship with their audiences while retaining control over their … more
This year, World News Day will highlight the critical importance of journalism in providing trustworthy information about the future of our planet and its people. World News Day’s … more
On Friday at 1 p.m. Eastern, the 2021 Pulitzer Prizes will livestream their announcement of journalists who are winners or finalists for work that appeared in the previous calendar year. Many of them … more
Ad-supported streaming services have some catching up to do. Subscription-based streaming services, which are largely ad-free, continue to dominate the amount of time people spend streaming video. … more
Why doesn’t President Joe Biden give more press conferences?I’m talking about real press conferences—you know, with a podium and reporters in seats asking detailed questions with … more
The Justice Department said Saturday that it no longer will secretly obtain reporters’ records during leak investigations, a policy shift that abandons a practice decried by news organizations … more
The discussion around newsrooms’ social media policies following the AP’s firing of Emily Wilder over her tweets has opened up a can of worms for publishers.Guidelines may be necessary to … more
Newsroom employees of The Kansas City Star have formed a union. The McClatchy Co., which owns The Star, voluntarily recognized the Kansas City News Guild on Wednesday. more
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