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Press Release | NAA | 3/27/2015
Caroline Little was named president and CEO of the industry’s largest trade organization in 2011.
Catalina Albeanu | | 3/27/2015
Digital video has become more important for news outlets in recent years, but there's still no exact recipe for what works and what doesn't in terms of format and storytelling styles.
Bob Collins | Minnesota Public Radio | 3/27/2015
Over the years, I’ve written many times about local news organizations’ ethics regarding naming people who police say are suspects in a crime, but have yet to be arrested or charged.
Roy Greenslade | The Guardian | 3/27/2015
Three journalists in the Maldives have been arrested while covering political demonstrations calling for the release of Mohamed Nasheed, the country’s former president, who is serving a 13-year jail sentence on terrorism charges.
Michael Malone | B&C | 3/27/2015
Gannett's WUSA Washington and Graham Holdings Company's Washington Post have formed an editorial partnership and video sharing agreement.
Nathalie Tadena | The Wall Street Journal | 3/27/2015
Newspapers suddenly have another ally, and this one runs the world’s largest advertising group.
Jordan Crook | TechCrunch | 3/27/2015
Instapaper, the reader app owned by betaworks, has today launched an update to the app that brings a few new key features to the experience.
Selina Petosa | Digiday | 3/27/2015
Move over Mad Men, we are in a new age of advertising. It’s no surprise the advertising ecosystem and agency dynamics have evolved dramatically, especially over the last five years, due largely to the rise of new digital channels.
Benjamin Mullin | Poynter | 3/27/2015

The New York Times and “PBS NewsHour” have entered into an agreement to share video journalism, including news reports and longer documentaries, on a regular basis, the outlets announced Thursday.


Peter Kafka | re/code | 3/27/2015
Why are media companies and advertisers clamoring to work with Snapchat? Because media companies and advertisers are trying to track down the elusive Young People of America, who are increasingly hard to find in places they used to congregate, like in front of TVs.
Adrienne LaFrance | The Atlantic | 3/27/2015
There will eventually come a day when The New York Times ceases to publish stories on newsprint. Exactly when that day will be is a matter of debate. "Sometime in the future, date TBD," the paper's publisher said back in 2010.
Michael Barthel | Pew Research Center | 3/27/2015
Most of the investigative journalists assume that they are being monitored because of the nature of their work.
Ken Doctor | Nieman Lab | 3/27/2015
The ubiquity game has different rules for digital startups than for legacy businesses. But for both, figuring out the right relationship with Facebook is key to their audience strategies.
Press Release | Dirks, Van Essen & Murray | 3/26/2015
Parker Higgins | | 3/26/2015
Ravi Somaiya, Mike Issac and Vindu Goel | New York Times | 3/24/2015
Michael Depp | NetNewsCheck | 3/24/2015