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While it has been almost a week since the newspaper tariffs were overturned by the International Trade Commission, the struggle for newspapers isn’t over. The pricing of newsprint has … more
The wealthy have set their sights elsewhere lately: newspapers. One of the largest national papers, The Washington Post, is owned by one of those wealthy men. Instead of buying newspapers to … more
We applaud the International Trade Commission (ITC) for today reaching a final, unanimous negative determination that Canadian imports of uncoated groundwood paper, which includes newsprint used by … more
The Community Listening and Engagement Fund gave 34 news outlets grants in order to help them engage with their communities and better tell their stories. The grant has helped newsrooms such as … more
The Lenfest Institute for Journalism is a nonprofit that aims to sustain local news organizations throughout the country. Now, it is creating the Lenfest Local Lab in an effort to experiment with … more
A research team at New York University is looking to make an app unlike any other. One that would be able to store all of the information that encompasses a news organization and allow users to … more
The Wilson Times Co. will purchase the Kenly News, Pine Level News, Princeton News Leader and The Selma News and combine the four publications into a county-wide weekly newspaper under the … more
A judge ruled that the lawyer representing the man charged with killing five journalists at a newspaper in Maryland will have more time to file a plea of not being criminally responsible by reason of … more
The DeWitt Wallace Center at Duke University is looking at the cold hard facts behind the decline of local journalism. Its latest project is documenting how much access communities are getting to … more
Due to rising costs resulting from newsprint tariffs, the Salisbury Post, will no longer be printing editions on Saturdays and Mondays. Tariffs have increased operations at the Post by 30 percent, … more
The Duke Reporters’ Lab is joining McClatchy Carolinas and the UNC Reese News Lab in an ambitious project to expand non-partisan fact-checking throughout North Carolina. With a $50,000 grant … more
Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce (Commerce) announced its affirmative final determination on countervailing duties (CVD) and antidumping duties (AD) on imports of uncoated groundwood paper from … more
The U.S. Department of Commerce made its final decision in regard to newsprint tariffs. The tariffs will remain, but will be slightly reduced. President of the News Media Alliance made a statement in … more
Organizations are coming together to sustain local news. The North Carolina Local News Lab Fund is providing $500,000 in grants to support groups that are working to develop the strength and … more
Congress has met multiple times to discuss the negative impacts that digital platforms such as Facebook, Google and Twitter have had in spreading misinformation and handling user data and its … more
Working journalists are invited to apply for fellowships to attend Media Law School 2018, to be held Sept. 19-22 in Columbia, South Carolina at the University of South Carolina.   Media … more
For the first time in the Guardian’s history, the publication is making more money from its digital operations than from its print newspapers. Part of the reason the digital side is making … more
The New York Daily News was in for an unpleasant surprise when moments after a regular morning staff meeting, tronc, sent an email announcing the editorial staff would be cut by 50 percent and … more
As the staff at The Denver Post dwindles, due to staff protests and layoffs from corporate owners, the journalists will find a new home at The Colorado Sun. The Sun is currently staffed by former … more
In a report that looks at how subscribers contribute to funding the news industry, researchers took a close look at what goes through the minds of consumers when they decide to subscribe to a … more
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