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A healthy chunk of Facebook users say they don’t get much news there any more — an outcome to be both expected and desired. more
A grassroots group is using newspaper advertisements to further push Sen. Joe Manchin to support issues it considers important to low-income West Virginians. more
In the future, will most local news outlets publish 24/7 online but put ink on paper only once a week, perhaps only on Sunday? more
As social media and technology companies face criticism for not doing enough to stem the flow of misleading information on their platforms, a sizable portion of Americans continue to turn to these sites for news. more
Caesars Entertainment, Inc. and NOLA.com today announced a partnership that makes Caesars Sportsbook an exclusive sports betting and odds provider of the publication. The deal comes before the launch of legalized sports betting in Louisiana. more
Danny Fenster on Monday was ordered to remain in confinement. The court hearing marked his 120th day in custody after being detained by the junta in May. more
National Newspaper Week 2021 will be celebrated Oct. 3-9. This 81st annual National Newspaper Week is a recognition of the service of newspapers and their employees across North America and is sponsored by Newspaper Association Managers. more
Hearst Newspapers, the owner of The Chronicle, told employees Tuesday that COVID-19 vaccinations will soon be required for all employees. more
A dustup between a Washington Post opinion columnist and a Politico White House reporter is all about journalism jargon. more
Arbitrator’s decision affirmed: R-J deprived Sun of proper portion of profit-sharing. more
“Sometimes I feel more like a stockbroker than a journalist,” one of my journalism fellowship peers sighed. We had been talking about how metrics are used in our newsrooms. more
When future historians seek to explain the United States’ perilous slide toward authoritarianism in the 21st century, they will grapple with the role played in all these events by Fox News and the right-wing media. Simply put, those actors are helping Donald Trump and his movement threaten democracy, in a way that will likely continue getting worse. more
The Boston Globe will bring together some of the greatest and most influential minds of our time during its inaugural Globe Summit conference on Sept. 22-24. The Summit, which is free to attend, will feature three days of impactful programming around important issues that our country and the world are facing today — climate, innovation, healthcare and equity. more
Three new members will enter the Maine Press Association Hall of Fame on Oct. 23. more
A New York columnist who moved to Virginia City in 1950 and restarted the newspaper where Mark Twain wrote a century earlier, the former head of the Nevada Press Association and three reporters whose bylines were fixtures in northern Nevada’s largest publication for decades are entering the state’s Newspaper Hall of Fame. more
Journalists covering the anti-democratic acts feel the tension in the air. "I would avoid using anything that identifies you as press," said Leandro Demori, journalist at The Intercept Brazil, adding: "It's critical that newsrooms provide protection to their staff." more
A proposal that will save thousands of journalist jobs is advancing, thanks to outstanding efforts by members of Congress committed to sustaining local journalism. A core piece of the Local Journalism Sustainability Act (LJSA) is included in the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package the House Ways and Means Committee is finalizing this week. more
As the virus spread across the world, governments and health authorities made a considerable amount of open-source data available to the public. more
Attorneys general from Texas and nine other states are supporting Florida in its quest to revive a state law that aims to restrict social media companies' ability to moderate content on their platforms. more
“Mardi Gras for All Y’all” was a three-day online event featuring iconic artists, chefs and personalities at famous New Orleans venues such as Mardi Gras World, Antoine’s and Dooky Chase’s Restaurant. All three of the videos are available to be viewed through NOLA.com and its YouTube channel. more
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