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The number of digital-only subscribers to BeaconJournal.com more than doubled in 2020 and again in 2021 with a month left in the year.
“Google monopolizes the market to such extent that it threatens the extinction of local newspapers across the country,” the complaint filed in U.S. District Court stated.
For their significant achievements and service to journalism and society, 13 individuals and one family will be inducted next year into the second class of the University of Arizona School of Journalism Hall of Fame.
The New York Times' climate coverage has grown to boast a team of 80 journalists, covering the emergency from around the world. However, “that’s just the tip of the iceberg,” says the paper's international president, Stephen Dunbar-Johnson.
A ruling blocking The New York Times from covering a far-right activist group has ominous implications for the First Amendment.
Government support would give the thousands of small, independently owned newspapers across the U.S. a much better chance of staying afloat.
A small paper like The Storm Lake Times in Iowa would receive a big tax credit. So would Gannett, the nation’s largest news publisher.
Lee Enterprises, Incorporated today commented on the purported notice submitted by Alden Global Capital, LLC seeking to nominate three candidates to stand for election to Lee’s board of …
Digital discussion to feature key storytellers behind The Attack: Before, During and After.
Recently, two identical bills were introduced in the New York state legislature in hopes of combatting the growing decline and disappearance of local newspapers.
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