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The group will ramp up from eight to 24 markets by the end of 2021 and plans to grow its staff from 30 to 100. more
Attest, a consumer research platform, has released its third annual "U.S. Media Consumption Report" and the findings show further seismic shifts in the way Americans are consuming media in 2021. more
“The Home You Own” will provide extensive insight on home maintenance, home improvement, real estate, gardening, design and decorating. more
More than two-thirds of the guests on five prominent Sunday morning TV news shows in 2020 were men, and most of those guests were white men, according to a new report on gender and race representation released by the Women’s Media Center. more
The justices will soon consider whether to hear a case arguing that the First Amendment requires disclosure of a secret court’s major rulings. more
The NewsGuild, a labor union that represents thousands of journalists, is investigating the workplace culture of U.S. newspaper conglomerate Gannett, starting with the issue of unpaid overtime work. more
The report includes multiple stories of harassment at the Pittsburgh Guild over the past 20 years. more
The Washington Post has announced the debut of Zeus Prime, a groundbreaking premium ad-buying network that connects brands and top U.S. publishers in a real-time marketplace. The self-service platform provides publishers with a turnkey ad sales solution while also giving brands and agencies the ability to quickly purchase and place ads across national, regional and local publisher sites. more
With tools like Canva, Projector and Adobe Spark, newsrooms of any size can create brand guidelines. more
Here are four important ways that major donors to nonprofit journalism can make a bigger difference. more
Build a program of philanthropy to fund journalism. Digital subscriptions can pay for our daily journalism, but the deep investigative work is expensive and needs another funding source to be sustainable under our changing business model. more
A new analysis of Gallup/Knight Foundation survey data reveals that age is an important differentiator in understanding the complexities of Americans’ trust in and perceptions of the news media. more
Comments filed with the Postal Regulatory Commission state: "NNA and NMA members are heavy users of Periodicals and Marketing Mail, two classes that may be on the verge of becoming invisible in the measurement system." more
This podcast features an interview with Warren St. John, the former New York Times reporter who is president of Patch. more
Leaders of the Stop Hate For Profit social media boycott group are discussing whether to organize another campaign against Facebook in light of an explosive investigative series from The Wall Street Journal, Common Sense CEO Jim Steyer tells Axios. more
This free report aims to help you formulate an effective paywall strategy via insights and examples that have worked well for other publishers. more
None of the eight channels mentioned in the survey scored a confidence rating higher than 43%. more
What does it take to be the leader of a new media business? Hear from the brains behind an SMS platform that connects journalists and news outlets with their audience. more
Recently, 10 political journalists who began their careers in the Donald Trump era reflected on their entry into journalism, the influence of Trump, debates over objectivity and their outlook on their beat. more
We have to figure out a way to adjust the rules without compromising our integrity. more
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