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NPR rolled out a substantial update to its ethics policy earlier this month, expressly stating that journalists may participate in activities that advocate for "the freedom and dignity of human … more
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) introduced legislation to combat the censorship coordination between Big Tech companies and governments across the globe, including the Biden Administration. The … more
Paula Szuchman, the head of Opinion Audio for The New York Times Company, will become the director of Audio. As director of Audio, she will manage the teams that make our podcasts to ensure that … more
The business of digital media is not dull. It can be a bit like the not-so-well-wish “may you live in interesting times,” though. Keeping up with it all is a big job for digital media … more
For Innovation in Focus this month, student Maggie Doheny spoke with NCAM director Bryan Gould about newsrooms making their social media accessible. One of these accessible options includes … more
Gannett Co., Inc. announced a relaunch of its Over the Top (OTT) properties, in partnership with Amagi, a next-generation media technology company providing the platform for the USA TODAY News and … more
AccuWeather today announced it will launch a video streaming product later this summer called AccuWeather NOW. The streaming offering will feature 24 hours of continuous daily programming, dedicated … more
Westplex Media Group has agreed to acquire the Moberly (Missouri) Monitor-Index from Gannett Co., Inc. It is the fourth community newspaper in Westplex’s portfolio. Dirks, Van Essen & … more
Back in the dark ages of 2012, two think-tank scholars, Norman Ornstein and Thomas Mann, wrote a book titled “It’s Even Worse Than It Looks” about the rise of Republican … more
A South Coast university is launching what it’s calling a unique program in Southern California to train bilingual journalists. Cal Lutheran announced it is going to start offering a Spanish … more
The State Journal-Register's office in Springfield, Illinois, will be auctioned in September. Leisa Richardson, executive editor, announced Wednesday the building will be put up for auction in … more
It is a recurring theme in political circles that giant digital platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube engage in bad behavior—distributing disinformation, allowing hate speech, … more
Gawker, after lying dormant for almost five years, has risen from the ashes.The news and gossip site was relaunched Wednesday under the auspices of Bustle Digital Group, whose founder and CEO Bryan … more
For many newsrooms, providing a forum for community members to interact—such as in a comment section—is part of their mission. Figuring out how to make these spaces thrive, however, often … more
Lee Enterprises, Incorporated, a leading provider of trusted local news and information and a major advertising platform in 77 markets, announced the company will work with Amazon Advertising to … more
This article, the last of three, is an excerpt of the RJI Fellowship research report: “News archives: The untapped resource." This excerpt from the research report highlights the top … more
Twitter is piloting a new feature that allows businesses to add a shopping section to the top of their profiles, the company has announced. The Shop Module launches in the U.S. today and offers a … more
Recently I realized the term "mental health" began with the letters ME. Self-care is often regarded as a fluffy phrase, particularly in our industry where we are programmed to avoid admissions of … more
Sundar Pichai sent the following email to Google employees earlier this morning. The email has been edited to remove internal links. I hope you are all taking good care. Since the beginning of the … more
Sexton Media Group announced today that it has agreed to acquire the Neosho (Missouri) Daily News and the Aurora Advertiser from Gannett Co., Inc. Sexton Media Group is owned by Jimmy and Rhonda … more
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