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Tribune Publishing’s newspapers including the New York Daily News and the Chicago Tribune this week found out what a new round of staffing cuts will mean for deadlines and the size of their … more
In late March, just as the pandemic was beginning to ravage the news industry with a slew of furloughs, pay cuts, and more, Ulster Publishing decided to stop the presses for the first time in its … more
The past year has been unusual for media consumption: With the pandemic keeping more people home, residents of Western Europe watched more TV news than usual. The growth of podcasts slowed since … more
Jury selection in the trial of the gunman who fatally shot five employees at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, on June 28, 2018, gets underway on Wednesday. Jarrod Ramos, 41, … more
Matt Negrin’s campaign to ban “election deniers” from television news failed to achieve his original goal, which was to prevent a significant number of Americans from believing the … more
The ink wasn’t dry, but the hushed deal to finance Alden Global Capital’s takeover of Tribune Publishing fell quickly into place in May. So quickly that the terms for saddling Tribune … more
Paxton Media Group (PMG) announced today that it has sold the Las Vegas (NM) Optic to O’Rourke Media Group. The Las Vegas Optic is one of the 46 newspaper operations PMG recently acquired from … more
Reporting on trauma is central to news. If you are a journalist reading these words, you already know it in your bones. Whether in breaking news or investigative reporting, local beats or … more
In April of 2018, Daniel Ortega, the president of Nicaragua, announced reforms to the country’s social security benefits. Protests erupted, following years of discontent with the increasingly … more
Euclid Media Group, a media company headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, announced today that it has purchased the LEO Weekly, an award-winning Louisville alternative newsweekly publication, formerly … more
The U.S. ad recovery continued in May—posting a 50.3% increase over May 2020, which was one of the worst months of the COVID-19-influenced advertising recession last year. May's increase … more
For decades, the U.S. news industry has been experiencing a collective existential crisis. Beyond an escalating sense of urgency, not much has changed as media pontificators like me and the Columbia … more
When Apple and Spotify launched their premium subscription podcasts earlier this year, some feared that the tech giants will end up dominating the market and stifle the growth of projects on a … more
The New York Times is offering subscribers the ability to “gift” 10 articles per month to the non-subscribers in their life. The gift feature became available to a majority of news … more
Quartz co-founders Kevin Delaney and Jay Lauf, along with New York Times veteran Erin Grau, are launching a new media and services company called "Charter" that is centered around the future of work, … more
USA TODAY NETWORK, part of Gannett Co. Inc., announced it will auction its inaugural non-fungible token (NFT) inspired by the first newspaper delivered to space in 1971. Powered by Origin’s NFT … more
Around 80 representatives from the top media groups in German-speaking Europe came together for the 20th time at the ppiDays on June 7. The event was hosted by the Managing Directors of ppi … more
According to this year’s index from Reporters Without Borders, the United Kingdom ranks No. 33 in the world when it comes to press freedom. Call it a low B on a letter-grade scale: well behind … more
6AM City, the fastest-growing newsletter-first local media company is on pace to more than triple the size of the business in 2021. Over the next six months, 6AM City will expand into 24 cities … more
When Jon Mitchell, the mayor of New Bedford, Mass., delivered his state of the city address in 2019, he made an unusual plea. “Support your local paper,” he said, referring to The … more
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