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Attorney General Merrick Garland has endorsed the idea of legislation to create an enduring ban on federal prosecutors subpoenaing reporters or their phone or email records in federal investigations, … more
The end is near for television news as we know it. That’s the clear signal coming from an important set of Nielsen company viewership data that seems like good (or at least not-so-bad) news … more
The Department of Justice charged its first Capitol rioter suspected of attacking the media on Jan. 6.Shane Jason Woods is being accused of attacking a Capitol police officer and a member of the … more
KTNN radio station’s headquarters in St. Michaels, Arizona is less than ten minutes away from the Navajo Nation capital of Window Rock, but its reach encompasses all 27,000 square miles of the … more
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has been setting up virtual events throughout the pandemic to bolster its editorial coverage as well as to expand its pool of 2.5m digital subscribers.The Future of … more
When the pandemic swept the world more than a year ago, I thought: Okay, that’s it. Now is not the time for the positive, constructive topics as we typically collect them with Squirrel News. … more
Reach has created an online safety editor role, the first of its kind in the UK, to tackle “endemic” abuse and harassment of its journalists “head on”. The UK’s … more
BuzzFeed's announcement Thursday that it plans to go public via a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) marked the end of a long era of uncertainty for the company, which helped pioneer the … more
"We are a media platform and not just a newspaper."That's how Los Angeles Times owner Patrick Soon-Shiong summed up the "cultural vision" that he shares with his new editor Kevin Merida. Click … more
While news outlets turned out in droves for Vice President Kamala Harris’s first visit to the US-Mexico border Friday, don’t be fooled: immigration news no longer captures the news cycle … more
During WAN-IFRA’s Virtual Newsroom Summit conference, Felicity Thomas, Head of Talent Development at the FT, shared the changes the company implemented to maintain motivation during the … more
Every time journalists convene these days it has become fashionable to bemoan the public’s decreasing lack of trust in our work. Polls provide plenty of support for this concern, as does the … more
A reassessment of language has taken place in newsrooms across the country over the past several years — and rightfully continues. While a reckoning over race, gender and sexuality has changed … more
A civil rights lawsuit brought against the St. Charles County Regional SWAT team by three Al Jazeera America journalists who were tear-gassed during the Ferguson protests of 2014 has settled for … more
Capitol Hill politicians have groused for years about the power and influence of the country’s largest tech companies. But they took little action to match their rhetoric. That started to … more
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) introduced legislation to halt Big Tech’s censorship of Americans, defend free speech on the internet, and level the playing field to remove unfair protections … more
For the fifth year in a row, representation of people of color in local TV news improved overall and, for the fourth year in a row, a record high percentage of the local TV news workforce are people … more
Rupert Murdoch has asked the government to abolish the legal restraints on him interfering in the editorial independence of the Times and the Sunday Times that were put in place when he first bought … more
The award-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones will not join the faculty at University of North Carolina “without the protection and security of tenure,” her legal team said this week … more
The United States ranks last in media trust—at 29%—among 92,000 news consumers surveyed in 46 countries, a report released Wednesday found. That’s worse than Poland, worse than the … more
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