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In a new video reporting project at Northwestern University, students profiled seven innovative organizations in the Midwest, including two that conduct investigations to shed light on the biggest … more
Nextdoor, Inc., the neighborhood network, and Khosla Ventures Acquisition Co. II, a special purpose acquisition company sponsored by an affiliate of Khosla Ventures, LLC, today announced that they … more
The Oregonian/Oregon Live has several podcasts, including Beat Check with The Oregonian, which reveals to listeners how news stories are reported on, and Peak Northwest, which dives into all things … more
The British publisher changed its focus from reader acquisition to reader retention about a year and a half ago, leading it to revise its subscription offers and strengthen its customer relations … more
The American Academy of Pediatrics says children accounted for 2% of new COVID-19 infections a year ago. But now, children—who make up 16% of the U.S. population—account for more than 24% … more
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is publishing a gallery of grim portraits, those of 37 heads of state or government who crack down massively on press freedom. Some of these “predators of press … more
Nearly six months after the U.S. Capitol riot, the Justice Department has begun arresting a new category of alleged criminals — those who attacked reporters or damaged their equipment as … more
The question of trust has dogged journalists for decades. “A kind of confidence man,” Janet Malcolm labels the journalist, in The Journalist and the Murderer, “preying on … more
New media personalities have gained enormous traction over the past year by catering to individuals who feel disillusioned by the mainstream press. Why it matters: A convergence of trends over the … more
If you don't follow politics in Georgia closely — or even if you do — you might be forgiven for not knowing much about The Georgia Star News. Founded just after the November election … more
Israeli soldiers held an Associated Press photographer against his will during clashes in the occupied West Bank earlier this week, in a spot where Palestinian protesters were hurling stones and the … more
Last summer, Vox’s Terry Nguyễn wrote about the ways that our Instagram feeds had changed in the wake of the Black Lives Matters movement. We started to see more PowerPoint-looking slides … more
The changing times demand collaborative work of multiple departments converging to a single goal. The Wall Street Journal has made this possible through its MACU-focused approach.MACU stands for … more
A controversial Florida law that would have prohibited certain social media platforms from banning political candidates or “journalistic enterprises” from their services has been blocked, … more
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
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