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Google is pushing back its return-to-office date by three months, to Jan. 10, in a decision that reflects the spread of the highly contagious delta variant of the coronavirus. more
Washington Post internship applicants are required to have ”previous experience in a major newsroom.“ more
LinkedIn on Tuesday told advertisers it plans to shutter Stories, which the company introduced last year as a way to share quick video updates. The feature will end its run at the end of September. more
While this project uses Slack as the communication platform, the lessons learned could be applied to moderating Facebook Groups or listservs or just about any way you organize and work. more
The Journalism.co.uk editorial team shares lessons learned from one year of remote working with journalism students and graduates. more
South Korea’s National Assembly has voted to approve the passage of its “Anti-Google law.” The law will prevent Google and Apple from forcing developers to use their in-app billing systems when building apps for their two market-dominating app stores. more
There is a crucial role for our community in the weeks and months to come when attention turns from emergency evacuation to finding host countries for those forced to flee — especially when it comes to securing meaningful work for the hundreds, likely thousands, of displaced journalists forced into exile by the dramatic resurgence of the Taliban. more
The Pentagon blasted Politico for a story published early Monday morning, saying the article endangered the lives of Americans conducting extraction missions in Afghanistan.  more
“Our first appreciation is that this is Katrina redux,” said Peter Kovacs, editor of The Advocate and The Times-Picayune in Louisiana. “The federal levees held but most everything else failed. There is no power in New Orleans or Jefferson Parish and almost none in Baton Rouge.” more
Facebook plans to announce that it will de-emphasize political posts and current events content in the News Feed based on negative user feedback, Axios has learned. more
The Tampa Bay Times will get a $21 million cash infusion after selling its former printing plant and the 27 acres it sits on in a deal announced Tuesday. more
In just five years, the percentage of Republicans with at least some trust in national news organizations has been cut in half — dropping from 70% in 2016 to 35% this year. This decline is fueling the continued widening of the partisan gap in trust of the media. more
Despite a long and varied career, for many of us, the death of Ed Asner on Sunday at age 91 reminded us of the loss of a fictional recreation that, perhaps for the first time in the mass media, reflected the complex reality of our profession. more
A newspaper reporter said he was punched in the face while covering an anti-mask event near Traverse City, Michigan. The Grand Traverse County sheriff’s office is investigating. more
Turning political journalism into sports reporting was the industry’s gravest mistake and we will all pay for it in the end. more
Public Input texting service allows readers to get in touch with journalists. more
By considering the ways people navigate the digital world differently, news organizations connect with their audiences in a more compassionate way. more
A humanitarian crisis and murderous terrorism abroad; natural disaster and pandemic mass death at home. Even by its recent, dreadful standards, the news cycle is especially hellish across an especially wide range of fronts right now, and journalists and their editors must balance the horrors. more
In the three weeks leading up to my kid’s first day of class, there were literally zero stories in the News & Observer about most back-to-school matters in Durham. There were tons of stories about mask fights and an escaped cobra. more
More than a dozen independent media have signed an open letter calling for a halt to "foreign agent" designations. more
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