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A judge has sentenced a man who killed five people at a newspaper to more than five life sentences without the possibility of parole. more
Twenty-five media and transparency groups are asking the Washington Supreme Court to allow the release of the names of the Seattle police officers who attended events in Washington D.C. on Jan. 6 — the day of the insurrection. more
Gannett stock rose 4% on Monday after the company announced another round of refinancing of its existing debt to bring down its interest costs. more
The study, published by the Journal of Financial Economics, found increased violations and penalties in the three years after a local newspaper closed down. more
Axel Springer has committed to a Group-wide target of 40% women in top management positions by 2026. more
Senators Ron Wyden, D-Ore., Cory Booker, D-N.J., Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., Jon Ossoff, D-Ga., and Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., sent a letter last week to Attorney General Merrick Garland about codifying specific protections for journalists. more
Bucking the trend toward smaller print sizes, the U.K. newspaper The Guardian has launched a super-sized magazine, titled Saturday. more
Here is an overview of some of the recent changes that have impacted us all and are being hotly debated by SEO experts and publishers alike. more
Why write about someone who isn’t the president anymore? Why give him oxygen, especially if it’s to amplify a bunch of lies or unhinged propaganda? more
“Homelessness” is now the central political concern in Seattle. Every newsroom in the city has made the subject a daily focus — often following Real Change’s lead while crowding its niche. more
The New York Times is launching a first-of-its-kind talent pipeline program for early-college students to receive career guidance from Times journalists over a multiyear period. more
Facebook is putting a hold on the development of a kids’ version of Instagram, geared toward children under 13, to address concerns that have been raised about the vulnerability of younger users. more
Last week, The Associated Press started surveying local news outlets in the U.S. to assess their readiness to adopt technologies that use artificial intelligence, a first step in the news agency’s two-year commitment to help local newsrooms expand their use of AI tools. more
Shelley Ross, a veteran television producer and the former boss of Chris Cuomo at ABC News, accused him of sexual harassment Friday, saying he grabbed and squeezed her buttock at a party in 2005. more
Part of the alleged scheme? That she and her ex-boyfriend, Ramesh "Sunny" Balwani — who served as Theranos' chief operating officer — leveraged the media in their efforts to defraud investors. more
Senators Edward J. Markey and Elizabeth Warren, Democrats from Massachusetts, said Friday that they had backed out of a virtual conference hosted by The Boston Globe earlier in the week in solidarity with the journalists’ union there, which is in a yearslong dispute over a new labor contract. more
Oahu Publication’s Inc. eliminates $1.2MM in recurring annualized interchange fees. more
The big takeaway from the survey, titled "The First Amendment: Where America Stands"? Amid our disagreements on everything from politics to the pandemic, one value unites the vast majority of us: 94% of respondents — across generations and the political spectrum — view the First Amendment as “vital.” more
The National Archives has identified hundreds of pages of relevant documents, which will be sent to Biden and Trump lawyers. more
Even before the pandemic accelerated newsroom layoffs and newspaper closures, Canada stepped up to address the journalism crisis. more
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