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Facebook Inc will now count activists and journalists as "involuntary" public figures and so increase protections against harassment and bullying targeted at these groups, its global safety chief said in an interview this week. more
An act tucked inside the federal spending bill could deliver as much as $1 billion to subsidize local journalists’ salaries. more
The South Dakota House speaker is facing a lawsuit over his decision to withhold from a newspaper the names of lawmakers who petitioned for a special legislative session to consider impeaching the attorney general. more
Veteran journalist Katie Couric reveals in her new book she omitted portions of a quote from former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in an attempt to "protect" the late justice from criticism of controversial remarks. more
Adam Schefter, one of ESPN's most prominent NFL reporters, appears to have violated typical journalistic standards in a newly-revealed email he sent in 2011 to Bruce Allen, who at the time was general manager of Washington Football Team (WFT). more
From surveying readers to tracking impact, it can do a lot more than a spreadsheet. more
Make sure you have a checklist for each story, even at a basic level. more
OneLog brings together some of the largest and most trusted Swiss media companies. Their single sign-on solution will reach 2 million active accounts in 2022 — representing one in four inhabitants in the country. more
Apple Inc.'s restrictive employee handbook rules and Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook’s recent pledge to punish leakers both violate U.S. law, according to new complaints that a fired activist filed with the National Labor Relations Board. more
The family of a slain journalist is asking the Federal Trade Commission to take action against Facebook for failing to remove online footage of her shooting death. more
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof after months of public exploration has taken a step toward running for Oregon governor by forming a political action committee. more
The Lexington County Chronicle and Fish Wrapper have been purchased by a family whose history with South Carolina newspapers dates back to the 1890s. more
The Order’s language is somewhat ambiguous, in that it is not entirely clear whether the objector’s “reason of personal conscience” must be based on a “religious belief” and/or “medical reason,” or instead whether there are three separate bases for exemption, including a broad exemption based on “personal conscience” alone. more
I still believe that the First Amendment is the greatest law ever written. Not just because it protects freedom of speech and the press, but because it also protects freedom of religion, and assembly, and the right to petition our government with grievances. But am I the purist I once was in the 1980s, or even a half dozen years ago? Absolutely not. more
Confusion and controversy surrounding COVID-19 vaccine boosters underscore the importance of journalists’ role in clearly explaining the scientific process to the public. Here are four tips to help you with your reporting. more
It doesn’t have to be inevitable that employees with the most in-person access will get that first crack at promotions. more
Using 5G technology, Eclipse helps journalists file video in near real-time. more
AP Content Services, the content marketing and advertising arm of The Associated Press, today announced that it will expand its services for clients in Asia. more
Whistleblower Frances Haugen says the software that decides what we see in our social feeds is hurting us all. But reforming it won’t be easy. more
New apps, platform agnosticism and getting the basics right: taking your audio to the next level. more
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