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On a cold, rainy day at the end of April, more than 30 people gathered at a co-working space in Charlotte, North Carolina for a public conversation about the future of news in the state.Five days … more
The Chinese government keeps tightening the screws on domestic online news publishers. Now, with the introduction of rules all news publishers are required to obtain official licenses and hire only … more
In a nontraditional move, officials at Northwestern University's prestigious journalism and communications school have decided not to renew the program's accreditation, letting the designation … more
A battered news industry can find some flickers of hope in a survey that gauges public willingness to pay for journalism, as long as its leaders plan judiciously.A little more than half of American … more
Last year was officially the much-awaited “year of mobile” in the advertising industry.For the first time, mobile advertising represented more than half of the spending that marketers … more
Gannett reported a disappointing first quarter this week. While acquisitions led to some revenue growth, print advertising was down 17.7 percent compared to Q1 2016 and circulation revenues were down … more
The National Newspaper Association, a group comprised of community newspapers, is looking for volunteer judges for their BNC contests. They hope to assign judges in early May and are looking for … more
Alphabet Inc.’s Google is planning to introduce an ad-blocking feature in the mobile and desktop versions of its popular Chrome web browser, according to people familiar with the … more
Starting in January of this year, we at the Chicago Tribune started to anecdotally see a fairly significant change in our post reach. We weren’t seeing a huge difference in post consumption or … more
Teenagers and young adults are challenging long-held assumptions about news consumption patterns. A new report from Data & Society explores how young adults use mobile devices, messaging apps and … more
The Winston-Salem Journal reduced its staff by 14 this week in response to declines in advertising revenue and changes in reader habits. Affected positions were in circulation, production and … more
The News & Record announced Monday it has cut 36 staff positions and plans to make changes in the print newspaper to streamline operations in response to market changes.The News & … more
Last summer Betsy O’Donovan, the incoming Executive Director of The Daily Tar Heel, wrote an essay on Medium charting the dire financial situation of UNC-Chapel Hill’s student … more
Ad scams about a "personal assistant" or "office assistant" are nothing new; they come in every week. However, some are showing a new level of sophistication when it comes it comes to getting them … more
The office that housed the Eastern Wake News and its ancestral newspapers for decades has closed. But, the Eastern Wake News remains in operation. The decision to close the office came after some … more
Providing text messages to the public "a learning process" for local governments more
Looking for the awards tabs from our March 9-10 Winter Institute? Look no further! Both the advertising and editorial awards tabs are right here. Be sure you click on "attachments" to view the files. … more
Two years after creating a video lab in Washington, D.C., McClatchy is heading out West.Today, McClatchy announced Video Lab West, a 10,000-square-foot venture near the company's headquarters in … more
Media consultant ID Comms is out with a new study — based on a survey of marketers and media agencies conducted in January and February — which found that both groups believe that for the most … more
After 10 months of A/B testing its headlines seriously, the New York Times has started slicing its audience into finer segments, albeit informally.Last week, a story about airlines abandoning their … more
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