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In Weare, New Hampshire, a small town about 45 minutes from the state’s southern border with Massachusetts, the local newspaper is largely a one-man show. Michael Sullivan is de facto publisher … more
NPR News chief Nancy Barnes said Friday that she will build on the collaborative news projects under development among NPR and its member stations. “I want to state emphatically that I fully … more
The Washington Times has won a combined 21 awards in two major journalism competitions.The Times took home 16 awards in the Society of Professional Journalists’ 2019 Dateline Awards for … more
FRONTLINE, PBS’s flagship investigative documentary series, is launching a new initiative to bolster local journalism in cities and towns across America with support from the John S. and James … more
The #ISOJ Journal has launched the call for papers for the special 2020 edition, “Power, privilege and patriarchy in journalism: Dynamic of media control, resistance and … more
On Friday, June 14, a highway marker in Halifax County will be dedicated to Louis Austin, an Enfield, N.C. native and the former editor of Durham’s preeminent black newspaper.Full story more
The Editors’ Roundtable – the last in a series of three events – was held to review recommendations from meetings of science journalists and reporters who cover science, held … more
 Clean, an integrated branding and communications agency, today announced new leadership appointments that include naming industry veteran Lee Davis the company's first-ever managing … more
Congress on Tuesday opened an investigation into tech companies and antitrust issues with a hearing on how the industry has upended the business model of the news media and other publishers. At … more
In concurrent board meetings held earlier today, directors of the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association (SNPA) and the Inland Press Association unanimously approved a plan to consolidate the two … more
When House members convene on Tuesday for the first of several hearings about the power of Big Tech, they'll be hearing multiple pitches for a bill called the Journalism Competition and … more
Le Anne Schreiber, who became the first woman to run a major American daily newspaper’s sports section when The New York Times appointed her to that position in 1978, died on Friday … more
FOR BALTIMORE-BASED INDEPENDENT JOURNALIST Amelia McDonell-Parry, the Baltimore City courtroom audio captured during Keith Davis Jr.’s previous trials isn’t just a series of … more
The Center for Media Innovation at Point Park University is doing a nationwide search for journalists looking to fight against the growing scourge of news … more
In the latest integration of disparate media planning and buying databases, Nielsen this morning announced it is integrating Scarborough’s consumer lifestyle and product purchase data with … more
CHICAGO, IL June 5, 2019 -- In concurrent board meetings held earlier today, directors of the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association (SNPA) and the Inland Press Association unanimously approved a … more
The names of 21 men and women in pursuit of news in 2018 were added to the two-story, glass Journalists Memorial at the Newseum. The memorial bears the names of 2,344 reporters, photographers, … more
A Kentucky-based media company has bought daily newspapers in Grand Haven as well as Lebanon, Tennessee. Paxton Media Group announced Friday it bought the Grand Haven Tribune and Lebanon Democrat … more
Journalists enjoy watching the process of journalism, but FX, Hulu and The New York Times hope the audience for the new show The Weekly — debuting Sunday on linear and … more
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