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Report for America, an organization that has been recently started, is a nonprofit that seeks to replenish understaffed newsrooms with 1,000 journalists by 2022. It will benefit reporters, newspapers … more
Together for Colorado Springs is a civic group that is thinking about buying the Denver Post from Alden Global Capital, the company that is facing criticism from The Post for continual layoffs and … more
From 1990 to 2016, the number of newspaper employees in the United States dropped from from 456,300 to about 183,000, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Those numbers understate the decline … more
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Newspaper publishers across the U.S. already strapped by years of declining revenue say they're dealing with an existential threat: Recently imposed tariffs on Canadian newsprint … more
Nazareth, PA (April 10, 2018) – SCS is pleased to announce that Times-Shamrock Creative Services (TSCS), of Scranton, PA, has replaced its legacy ad tracking system with SCS/Track. The project went … more
A recommendation for final action on the newsprint tariffs by the International Trade Commission is said to be happening in September. This is in response to recent tariffs that threaten the … more
The Denver Post is protesting against parent company Alden Global Capital for putting capital needs above Colorado's needs for reliable and accountable news.  Today more than two dozen … more
The increased newsprint tariffs on Canadian imported paper, which is used by most newspapers, will hurt consumers' access to news. This is the featured message in new ads sponsored by the News Media … more
919 Marketing Company, based out of Raleigh, announced its latest conquest: Raleigh Inbound Marketing. The goal is to merge the companies into one powerhouse that will provide expanded services to … more
Sinclair Broadcasting Group is facing backlash for attacking competitor news outlets for producing false news. Local journalists at Sinclair-owned stations from all over the country are reading … more
Five North Carolina media companies told a federal court this week that they oppose a move to keep records secret in a lawsuit against the Harnett County Sheriff's Office over excessive use of … more
This year marks the beginning of a much anticipated celebration of the Supreme Court of North Carolina. The Supreme Court will turn 200 next year, and we are pleased to commemorate this … more
Over the next two years, real estate information provider CoStar Group Inc., which is headquartered in Washington, D.C., will hire more reporters across the U.S. CoStar Group has a location in … more
Facebook has been the target of criticism about its use of individual consumer's data for election purposes without permission. Zuckerberg agreed to testify before Congress on the matter. Lawmakers, … more
North Carolina law enforcement officials are getting involved in the investigation of Facebook. Facebook is being investigated for its lack of privacy in individual user data due to a scandal by … more
WHEN THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR began experimenting with chatbots in 2016, readers seemed excited…and a little confused. They were fascinated by the new technology, but often responded to the bot in ways that hinted they were unsure what, or who, was on the other end. more
The preliminary duties, which were assessed by the Department of Commerce in January and March, are the result of a petition filed by North Pacific Paper Company. "The STOPP coalition is concerned … more
The Town of Zebulon is getting back something it lost several years ago – a local newspaper focused on Zebulon and the surrounding communities.The Zebulon Times is a subscription based weekly … more
The NC Media and Journalism Hall of Fame will induct Don Curtis, Lisa R. Davis, Rick French, Ken Lowe and John Sweeney on Friday, April 13, 2018. Founded and administered by the UNC School of … more
Paxton Media Group announced Tuesday the purchase of The Daily Herald from Wick Communications.Paxton Media, a family-owned company headquartered in Paducah, Kentucky, owns more than 35 daily … more
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