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The magazine just dropped a major story, taking on rock legend Eric Clapton and his "vaccine nonsense." more
ShotSpotter alleged in a new complaint that Vice “deliberately” misrepresented the efficacy and implications of their hidden microphone surveillance systems. more
Jeremy L. Halbreich, chairman and CEO of Dallas-based AIM Media Management, has been named the 2021 recipient of the Inland Press Foundation Distinguished Service Award. Halbreich will receive the award at the annual meeting of America’s Newspapers on Oct. 18 in Colorado Springs. more
Today, The New York Times is beginning recruitment for testers to participate in a new experience called “New York Times Audio.” Curated by Times journalists and editors, “New York Times Audio” is an app that will help listeners engage with the latest news, ideas, criticism and stories that matter to them. more
The project, funded by the European Climate Foundation, will provide members with unique access to leading experts, forums and research. more
In this article, we look at responses from the Minnesota’s Diverse Communities survey, which asked respondents how they perceive and use the state’s news media. more
Media giant has sold 12 papers in smaller communities as it streamlines national operation. more
Arguing that it is not responsible for scam ads, Facebook is urging a judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by two consumers who say they were fleeced by advertisers on the platform. more
Darryl Holliday runs the Documenters program, which trains community members in the tools of journalism and sends them out to cover local government meetings. more
There is more to audio storytelling than Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces. Three podcast creators experiment with lesser-known, but clever apps. more
In the face of press freedom challenges, media workers have developed new narratives, and fueled a rise in citizen journalism. Here are just a few examples of how journalism has evolved in the Middle East. more
Will the deal be a national model? Public radio station’s execs weigh in. more
Northwestern Medill announced it will offer two options for journalism master’s students who want to prepare for careers as investigative reporters. more
Why it matters: Last week, Frances Haugen urged lawmakers to regulate Facebook, saying it knows its algorithms can lead teens to pro-anorexia content and that it boosts extreme content more likely to elicit a reaction from users. more
Retired Baltimore Sun media critic David Zurawik said "there is no forgiveness" for Fox News and others. more
Police must allow journalists access to closed-off demonstrations and protests, under a new law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom. more
Body camera footage released Friday in the case of police officer accused of using a chokehold during an arrest shows him putting his arm around a man’s neck and holding it there for about 10 seconds shortly after handcuffing him. more
OPC News LLC, formed by Graham, Kyle and Jack Osteen and a sister company to The Sumter (South Carolina) Item, has split into two companies. more
Heads up, Substack. But also Twitter. And Facebook. And the New York Times ... more
TheWrap’s founder, CEO and editor has created a toxic workplace culture, said 20 current and former staffers. Sharon Waxman is “very sorry” to hear this. more
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