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Two men appeared in court Friday in connection with the murder of Lyra McKee, a Northern Irish journalist shot dead as she covered rioting in Londonderry in 2019. more
Genius (née Rap Genius) wanted to “annotate the world” and give your content a giant comment section you can’t control. Now it can’t pay back its investors. more
The American Press Institute has announced that 10 local news organizations will receive funding through the Local News Ideas-to-Action Fund, API’s new initiative to support accountability and government reporting that better prioritizes the needs of local communities. more
It is clear that inequality has become one of the issues of our day, fueling political movements, calls for change, and attempts to level the playing field around the world. more
On Sept. 15, the United States Postal Service (USPS) filed “Schedule and Predictable Rate Changes.” The schedule lays out planned rate increases over the next three years but is not binding on the USPS. more
A trio of Democratic lawmakers are urging Facebook to immediately cease efforts to launch a version of Instagram for children, given a new report about company research into the service's effects on teens' well-being. more
Here are four ways newsrooms can use audio to encourage greater engagement and participation from audiences.  more
Plus: What Africa’s top fact-checkers are doing to combat false beliefs about COVID-19. more
The raw truth these gymnasts are sharing — and how the FBI failed them — should compel all of us to listen. more
8th Circuit says journalist Ryan Lizza republished story about lawmaker's family by highlighting it on social media. more
The agency found in a unanimous decision that Twitter had made valid decisions based on commercial reasons, according to a statement by the commission’s Vice Chair Allen Dickerson and Commissioner James “Trey” Trainor III, who are Republicans. more
Morsels of rage and misery don’t have much effect, but they do feed an online writing economy. more
Publicly, CEO Mark Zuckerberg described the News Feed change as a way to increase “time well spent” with friends and family instead of passive video consumption. more
The new executive editor of the L.A. Times rode a stellar career to helm California’s paper of record. Hopes are high that he can ensure its future looks brighter than its tortured past. more
On Monday, The Times began inviting a select number of families (with kids) to sign up to participate in a closed beta test of an iPad app inspired by The New York Times For Kids print edition. more
Each year, we recognize the accomplishments of newspaper carriers who are working hard to get the newspaper into the hands of our readers. Download ads from the News Media Alliance for International Newspaper Carrier Day. more
The Carnegie-Knight News21 program, a national multi-university reporting initiative headquartered at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, has released “Unmasking America,” an investigation into the long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The Marshall Project, a nonprofit news organization covering the U.S. criminal justice system, will receive the National Press Club Journalism Institute’s 2021 Neil and Susan Sheehan Award for Investigative Journalism. more
Author of the new book "Write Like You Mean It" Steve Gamel shares his tips on perfecting your style and storytelling techniques. more
The NewStart fellow wanted to understand what's working and what's not in community journalism. more
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