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Newsroom employment in the United States has dropped by 26% since 2008. But while newspapers have seen steep job losses during that span, digital-native news organizations have seen considerable … more
You know my mantra: The most important thing leaders do is help others succeed. To achieve that goal, managers coach people on performance, provide ongoing feedback, listen to their hopes and fears, … more
The ad industry's global and U.S. ad growth consensus improved dramatically for this year, as Dentsu became the third of the major agency holding companies to significantly upgrade its … more
Celebrities, personalities and activists are playing a bigger role in the news, influencing young people in social networks like Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok, according to the latest Reuters … more
A week ago, Peter R. de Vries, a star journalist in the Netherlands, was leaving a studio where he’d just appeared as a guest on a TV program, RTL Boulevard, when a gunman shot him five … more
The New York Times is facing several critical labor battles, all coming to a head this summer. Why it matters: The Times serves as a bellwether for other media unions trying to negotiate … more
Last month, Google announced deals that will see it pay eight Canadian publishers—including The Globe and Mail, the Winnipeg Free Press and Village Media—to license their content on a … more
Nicholas Thompson, the chief executive of The Atlantic, gave a presentation to employees last month in which he disclosed some uncomfortable truths about the state of the … more
France’s competition regulator fined Google 500 million euros ($592 million) on Tuesday for failing to negotiate in good faith with French publishers in a dispute over payments for their … more
The International Fact-Checking Network, a global coalition of fact-checkers, has been monitoring the increasing number of harassment cases against its more than 120 verified signatory organizations … more
In late June, NJ.com journalist Tennyson Donyea’s Twitter thread and essay about his experiences trying to pitch and cover Black culture went viral. “Black journalists can’t breathe … more
In late summer 2020, Tow Fellow Damian Radcliffe and research assistant Ryan Wallace conducted an online survey capturing the experience of life at local newspapers during COVID-19. The work … more
The front banners of major newspapers in Nigeria on Monday bore a picture of an individual with a sealed mouth. “Information Blackout,” read the caption that ran with the picture... more
Podcast revenue growth is lagging growth in time spent with the medium, but now is the time to stake your claim to your community’s listening time. Audience numbers are increasing steadily and … more
Microsoft Advertising on Monday released Video Extensions, giving advertisers the opportunity to combine all types of business information with the ad, such as address, phone number, store rating or … more
Morehead State Professor of Sport Management Dr. Steve Chen and undergraduate research fellows have recently published on their research on the impact of media on sports. MSU graduates Anna Gdovka … more
Interactive maps and data visualizations are great visuals to add to any online news package. These can be created using code, but there are also many online tools that your newsroom can use to … more
A new batch of six APAC news media companies will embark on the second edition of the Newsroom and Business Transformation Asia (NBTA) program. It follows the success of the last year’s … more
On Friday, President Joe Biden signed an executive order that got a lot of headlines because it takes aim at Big Tech, Big Mergers and maybe even Big Media. Biden is urging the Federal Trade … more
The parent company of The Gazette newspaper in Cedar Rapids said Friday it will close its printing operations and move the printing of several publications to Des Moines. Folience said it will … more
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