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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
Imagine an advertising-free, non-commercial, not-for-profit internet, with digital archives of public service content available to everyone for an unlimited period from anywhere at any time. more
USA TODAY’s High School Sports Awards, presented by the U.S. Polo Assn., announced a new national show airing on Aug. 5 hosted by Michael Strahan, co-host of “Good Morning America,” … more
The People-Sentinel in Barnwell, South Carolina, has some big news — it is returning to local ownership. Barnwell native Jonathan Vickery, who is currently the newspaper's editor, has … more
Google is announcing today that it is delaying its plans to phase out third-party cookies in the Chrome browser until 2023, a year or so later than originally planned. Other browsers like Safari and … more
BuzzFeed, the digital publisher known for quizzes, listicles and a news division that won its first Pulitzer Prize this month, is close to reaching a merger deal that would take the company public, a … more
The Online News Association is holding its annual conference this week. One early highlight was Sonali Verma — senior project manager at The Globe and Mail, the largest newspaper in Canada … more
Alden Global Capital has wasted no time living up to its reputation for squeezing costs since acquiring Tribune Publishing last month, quickly offering a buyout to newsroom employees at the Chicago … more
When the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism publishes its annual Digital News Report (DNR), it feels a bit like Christmas in June for the media industry. Now in its tenth year, the DNR … more
A journalist was found stabbed to death Tuesday in the northern Mexico city of Ciudad Acuna, across the border from Del Rio, Texas.   Saul Tijerina Rentería was the fourth journalist … more
The Washington Post’s podcasting vertical sits at the top of the company’s subscription-based strategy funnel. The brand aims to attract (and retain) new subscribers through their free … more
Sadly, we feared this would happen. But it doesn’t make it any less of a gut punch. And, even more sadly, the citizens of Chicago, and consumers of good journalism, are worse off because of … more
The editorial staff of the Washingtonian, a magazine based in Washington, D.C., is forming a union.  In a statement published Wednesday, the newsroom of the publication said it is aiming to … more
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