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There are a few countries sitting at the top of the podcast listening ladder, but Sweden provides some useful insights in what has been driving the podcast revolution. more
Last month, we learned that the justices would return for in-person arguments starting in October, and that lawyers and fully-credentialed court reporters would be allowed inside the chamber, provided they submit to testing and wear N95 masks. more
This article is sponsored by the Freedom Forum, a nonpartisan 501 (c)(3) foundation that fosters First Amendment freedoms for all. more
Borrell has released its 2022 Local Advertising forecast for hundreds of U.S. markets, predicting another year of strong growth. more
A former Facebook data scientist has stunned lawmakers and the public with revelations of the company’s awareness of apparent harm to some teens from Instagram and her accusations of dishonesty in its fight against hate and misinformation. Now she is coming before Congress. more
Former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham on Monday revealed that former President Trump ordered her not to conduct daily briefings with the press during her stint in the role. more
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists obtained the trove of more than 11.9 million confidential files and led a team of more than 600 journalists from 150 news outlets that spent two years sifting through them, tracking down hard-to-find sources and digging into court records and other public documents from dozens of countries. more
Facebook and its family of apps — including Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger and Oculus — began flickering back online late Monday, after being down for more than five hours and disrupting the digital lives of billions of its users. more
The Camera is retracting an article that appeared in its Sept. 11 edition, headlined “Reflections on finding peace.” The newspaper has concluded the article substantially misrepresented the stories of its primary subjects — Mark Pfundstein, John Maynard and Danna Hirsch. more
Rather than making splashy arrests that can spur global condemnation, Cuba now treats crackdowns on journalists as a war of attrition that they seem to believe they can win. more
The News Media Alliance has put together Fact Sheets on the Journalism Competition & Preservation Act (JCPA) tailored to the reality of the news industry in each of the 50 states. These Fact Sheets have state-specific data. more
Learn how to prioritize people who are participating on their own time. more
In this special series that focuses on journalism rather than algorithms, we look at how 10 European public service broadcasters overcome language barriers to share stories across the continent. more
The Online Violence Response Hub gathers in one place valuable resources to support and assist the targets of these online attacks. more
Since mid-September, the iconic Sports Illustrated and Sports Illustrated Kids magazines have been available to PressReader users in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, U.K and the U.S. PressReader will leverage its B2B and B2C network and distribute the magazines in those countries. more
Police confiscated the computer equipment of a journalist working for a leading newspaper in Poland which has carried out investigations of the country’s right-wing government. more
The board of Ozy Media, the media and entertainment company accused of deceiving investors and advertisers, has had a change of heart and will not be shutting its doors, CEO Carlos Watson said Monday. more
Frances Haugen, a Facebook product manager who left the company in May, revealed that she had provided internal documents to journalists and others. more
The following letter appears in The Washington Post Press Freedom Partnership’s October newsletter: more
Former U.S. President Donald Trump asked a federal judge in Florida on Friday to ask Twitter to restore his account, which the company removed in January citing a risk of incitement of violence. more
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