Headlines

Rachel Abrams | New York Times | 4/1/2015
Top prosecutors in several states accused an Oregon company on Tuesday of overcharging consumers for subscriptions to newspapers, magazines and other periodicals.
Patrick Wintour | The Guardian | 4/1/2015
A right to protect journalism from state interference and an end to ministers appointing the heads of broadcasting regulators are set to be proposed by the Liberal Democrats in a new “first amendment”-style charter on press freedom to be outlined in the party’s manifesto.
Joshua Benton | NiemanLab | 4/1/2015
Indiana’s passed a bill that many say allows state-sanctioned discrimination by businesses against gays and lesbians, and it’s led to a huge backlash.
Ricardo Bilton | Digiday | 4/1/2015
While most publishers are catering to sidedoor traffic, ESPN is putting its new homepage front and center.
Paul Farhi | The Washington Post | 3/31/2015

Stacey Singer, a health reporter for the Palm Beach Post in Florida, was perusing a medical journal in 2012 when she came across something startling: a federal epidemiologist’s report about a tuberculosis outbreak in the Jacksonville area. Singer promptly began pursuing the story.

 

Cora Currier | The Intercept | 3/31/2015
An Intercept reporter is suing the St. Louis County Police Department after he was shot with rubber bullets and arrested while reporting on protests in the suburb of Ferguson, Missouri, over the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown last August.
Kelly Chen | Huffington Post | 3/31/2015
The Indianapolis Star is holding Gov. Mike Pence (R) accountable for the state's controversial "religious freedom" law.
Elisabeth Malkin | New York Times | 3/31/2015
MEXICO CITY — When Carmen Aristegui, Mexico’s most famous radio personality, was abruptly fired this month, nobody expected her to go quietly.
Julie Posetti | WAN-IFRA | 3/31/2015
There has been a significant increase in threats to Paris newsrooms following January's Charlie Hebdo attack, according to the Director General of France's TV5 Monde. 
Catalina Albeanu | Journalism.co.uk | 3/30/2015
"When we look at the world of news in particular or journalism, or content creation in general, the trick is not to look at where we are, because where we are is dead already, but the trick is to look at where we are going to be in the next five years.
The Lakota Law Project Report | 3/30/2015
The Oglala Sioux Tribal Council has banned all sales of the Rapid City Journal on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation until the newspaper formally apologizes for an offensive headline published in late January.
Ian Crouch | The New Yorker | 3/30/2015
Most game recaps stick to a familiar formula. In the first couple of paragraphs, you’ll get the final score and a brief description of whatever turning point led to it.
Suman Varandani | International Business Times | 3/30/2015
A blogger was hacked to death in Bangladesh's capital Dhaka on Monday, police said, according to Agence France-Presse (AFP).
Nu Yang and Adreana Young | 4/1/2015
Press Release | Dirks, Van Essen & Murray | 3/31/2015
Michael Barthel | Pew Research Center | 3/27/2015
Parker Higgins | parkerhiggins.net | 3/26/2015