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For VG, Norway’s largest newspaper, it is important to recruit future readers to maintain growth. Therefore, there have been several initiatives targeted to a younger audience in the last few years, both through editorial and marketing campaigns. … more
There is no shortage of guidelines, toolkits and other ‘how-to’ resources on science communication, proposed by both practitioners and researchers. While these are based on implicit understandings of what good science communication is, there is … more
The Tennessean is investigating how a paid advertisement from a fringe religious group was published on Sunday in violation of the newspaper’s long-established standards. The ad featured a bizarre, pseudo-religious “prophecy,” including the … more
The Associated Press changed its writing style guide Friday to capitalize the “b” in the term Black when referring to people in a racial, ethnic or cultural context, weighing in on a hotly debated issue. The change conveys “an essential and … more
After 42 years as the UK’s best-selling newspaper, the Sun has lost its title to the Daily Mail. The Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid had been the nation’s most popular newspaper since 1978, spawning such memorable splash headlines as “Freddie … more
As protesters flooded streets across the country to decry racial inequality, police brutality and systemic racism after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, journalists were with them. Documenting the historic moment. Interviewing those who … more
On Monday, President Trump’s long-deferred pick to head the U.S. Agency for Global Media, finally started work after a bruising, two-year Senate confirmation battle. By the end of Wednesday, Michael Pack had achieved a clean sweep of the top … more
Apress watchdog called on Indian police Thursday to drop a criminal investigation into a journalist for her coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic in the prime minister’s parliamentary constituency. Authorities launched a criminal probe into Supriya … more
When the French journalist Sonia Dridi talks about her experience covering the past few weeks of protests against racism and police brutality in the United States, she often thinks back to another story she covered. “The scene, seeing everyone … more
Experiences and discounts have been the most popular features of the news brand’s loyalty clubs and membership programmes. The COVID-related lockdowns forced changes in rewards. In May, INMA reviewed the value propositions of the top-50 news … more
I sat at the same table every Friday, next to the upright piano and open mic area, drinking coffee while cops picked up breakfast sandwiches, city councilors met local activists over quinoa salads and residents guessed what time their bus would show … more
The Philadelphia COVID-19 Community Information Fund on Thursday announced it was awarding $750,000 in grants to 12 organizations to use news and information to empower vulnerable communities to make more informed decisions and support resiliency … more
I’ll never forget the day the publisher spotted me as I was returning to my desk after lunch. She dressed me down in the middle of the newsroom, with more than a few of my colleagues within earshot. She scolded me for a column I had written, upset … more
The Philadelphia Inquirer offered voluntary buyouts to 55 guild members in sales, Poynter learned via a memo on Friday. Another voluntary buyout offer was made to full-time newsroom employees 65 and over after some employees expressed interest in … 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
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