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Fox is earning some rare praise from the White House after essentially admitting on Tuesday that it will follow the protocols pushed by the Biden administration to limit the spread of the coronavirus. more
The Associated Press and Major League Baseball announced today a commercial photo agreement that will make AP a worldwide commercial licensing agent of MLB. more
Educators in Bolivia, the United States and Nigeria have won the Scott C. Schurz Press Freedom Teacher Award for excellence in teaching their students about why societies need good journalism and about the range of threats journalists confront. more
Who we are as people makes us more likely to notice certain things and not notice others — to ask certain questions and not consider others. Our lived experiences matter. more
Rather than grants, the trust dispenses venture capital and advice, with a goal of growing local support to serve small-town news deserts. more
A Business & Human Rights Centre report examining SLAPPs around the world between January 2015 and May 2021 found that these lawsuits are most prevalent in Latin America and Asia. And almost two-thirds of all cases worldwide involved criminal charges. more
Hundreds of Pakistani journalists rallied outside parliament Monday to reject a proposed law that critics say would further curtail media freedom if passed. more
President Biden made his latest nomination to the Federal Trade Commission this week, tapping digital privacy expert Alvaro Bedoya to join the agency as it takes a hard look at the tech industry. more
For this project, I helped the Current analyze and visualize data from a survey it conducted of 1,900 public media employees. The survey results included salary data, demographic information and other work-related fields such as years of experience and organization information.  more
Thirty Polish media have launched a "Journalists at the border" campaign in response to a state of emergency which restricts journalists from accessing the length of the Polish-Belarusian border. Here is their statement. more
Americans can’t tell the difference between fact and factoid and assign political labels to news outlets based on columnists rather than reporters. more
As AT&T's WarnerMedia sheds the asset, founder Harvey Levin has signed a multi-year deal with Fox and will keep overseeing day-to-day operations. more
The Payroll Credit for Compensation of News Journalists has been submitted as a component of the Ways and Means Committee’s markup that was released Monday morning. This credit, a key component of the Local Journalism Sustainability Act (LJSA), will provide local newsrooms the opportunity to receive a five-year tax credit of up to $25,000 per journalist in the first year and up to $15,000 in the subsequent four years. more
The words that a news organization chooses to tell a story make a difference. more
In two weeks, on Sept. 28, newsrooms across the world will mark World News Day, a global campaign to highlight the role and value of journalism — this year in telling the climate change story. There is still time to get behind the initiative. more
The New York Times has launched “The Truth Takes a Journalist,” a new brand marketing campaign that highlights some of the 1,700+ Times journalists who have dedicated their lives to helping people understand the world through their coverage. more
Social media often catches blame for increasing political polarization in the United States. Does it deserve that reputation? A new study from New York University’s Stern Center for Business and Human Rights finds that it does. more
Egyptian investigative journalist Hossam Bahgat is charged with insulting the National Election Authority, spreading false news on electoral fraud that undermines public interest, and misusing social media. more
The publisher of the Chattanooga Times Free Press is investing millions of dollars in a plan to convert the newspaper's print subscribers to a mostly digital format. more
QueenCreekSunTimes.com, the new go-to source for local news and community information in Queen Creek, Arizona, will be live on Sept. 20. more
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