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US state legislatures are largely back in session, and they’re introducing hundreds of voting bills. In the wake of the 2020 election—which introduced significant changes to allow voters … more
The Arizona Republic, which is owned by Gannett, is the state’s largest daily newspaper and has been around for more than 130 years. Our website is azcentral.com. We all know we need more … more
More than 100 staff at the Qatar-funded media organisation Al Jazeera have signed an open letter to management objecting to the launch of a rightwing digital platform that they say betrays its … more
The Post and Courier (Charleston, S.C.) launched a bold initiative on Feb. 14 to fund a local investigative journalism team through community contributions. Its announced goal: Raise $100,000 in 100 … more
Australia has passed a new law that will force tech companies to pay publishers for news content, setting the stage for potential, similar action in other countries. The new code, which the … more
The States Newsroom — an expanding network of outlets focused on statehouse coverage — is launching a free syndication service that will allow other news organizations to republish … more
Black markets, hackers for hire, illegal chat forums - to most people, the "deep web" is a murky corner of the internet. It is also, however, a place to safely communicate with whistleblowers … more
California’s privacy law has cost publishers and ad tech firms when it comes to legal fees and compliance software purchases, but it turns out it’s had little to no impact on ad revenues, … more
Amid the so-called racial reckoning following the murder of George Floyd and the resulting wave of racial justice protests in 2020, newsrooms across the country began to consider their role in … more
On Canyon Crest Drive in Riverside, California, sits Jammin’ Bakery and Café, a sandwich shop that recently closed. It is one of the latest casualties of the coronavirus … more
Facebook Inc is exploring potential licensing agreements in the coming year with Canadian media outlets and expanding its investment in local journalism initiatives, a source familiar with the … more
Southern California's local newspapers are essential. We document communities large and small, bringing the news to millions of readers. In some of those places, we are the only ones left ensuring … more
The Biden administration is expected to release a declassified U.S. intelligence report on Thursday finding that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the 2018 killing of journalist Jamal … more
A prominent Democratic strategist is planning a new $65 million effort to push progressive local news around the United States as part of an attempt to match the dominance of right-wing media, Recode … more
The latest wave of consolidation is in full swing and it’s scrappier than ever.  Magnite and Spotx. Verve and Nexstar’s digital platform for video ads. Smart Adserver and Capital … more
Top executives at The New York Times said in a note to the staff on Wednesday that they were committed to bringing about fundamental changes to the company’s workplace culture in an effort to … more
State Sen. Janet Cruz (D-Fla.) has filed a bill that would make assaulting a member of the media a hate crime, which she argues is necessary to protect a free press, though members of the press … more
Facebook “erred on the side of over-enforcement” in removing links to hundreds of non-media organisations in Australia, Nick Clegg has admitted, in a blogpost defending the social media … more
Following the death of Rush Limbaugh, a number of observers — including me — noted that Ronald Reagan had paved the way for him and other right-wing talk show hosts by ending enforcement … more
 Texas had only just frozen over. In the wake of a devastating winter storm, millions in the state were without power and struggling to find warmth. They boiled snow for water; some were dying. … more
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