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The Colorado Independent transitions again "Write about the media long enough and eventually you type your way to your own doorstep," said the late New York Times media writer David Carr. Fair enough. So this week's newsletter leads with the … more
South Africa provides a stark comparison of the government’s reaction to two deadly epidemics—HIV/AIDS and COVID-19, Mia Malan, a veteran journalist who covered both outbreaks, said in an ICFJ webinar on Thursday. In the case of HIV, government … more
CPB’s board of directors unanimously approved a plan to divide the corporation’s $75 million in federal emergency relief funds between public television and radio stations. In a memo sent to GMs Thursday, CPB President Pat Harrison reported … more
In February, the state-run Golestan University of Medical Sciences filed a suit against Elahe Ramezanoour, a reporter who covers health for the Hamshahri newspaper and runs a news channel on Telegram that also focuses on health issues, according … more
The New York Times was an early convert and success story to the idea that revenue needs to come from subscriptions instead of advertising. Because of that, the company is in a rare position to handle the global pandemic, yet—like other media … more
Newsrooms are an essential but romanticized part of our industry fabric. They are quieter than in the days of clattering typewriters, hot metal and so-called ‘copy boys’. But journalists still thrive on physical interaction and robust discussion … more
National newspapers could close unless the government finds a way to support the industry, according to the general secretary of the National Union of Journalists, who has said many outlets are facing financial ruin as a result of coronavirus. … more
The Los Angeles Times’ parent company, California Times, is folding three award-winning community newspapers that serve the cities of Burbank, Glendale and La Cañada Flintridge. Fourteen staff members learned Thursday that they were being laid … more
Video-first publisher NowThis was built around a partially remote team and content curated from other sources rounding out original reporting, so the move to remote operations was not the end of the world. “Biggest change was not having … more
McClatchy’s largest creditors offered to buy the bankrupt media company Thursday, a move that, if approved, would kick off an auction among parties interested in owning the nation’s second largest local media company. The court filing comes as … more
As the dedicated Bernie Sanders reporter for BuzzFeed News, Ruby Cramer spent months trailing the Vermont senator around the country, flying on his campaign plane, watching him kibitz with voters, and cultivating his political advisers over meals in … more
India’s vibrant newspaper industry that reaches tens of millions of readers daily has been ravaged by declining advertising revenues due to a nationwide lockdown to fight the coronavirus, pushing leading titles to slash jobs and salaries. … more
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