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General assignment reporter Paul Guzzo (left) and video producer James Borchuck stand in front of what was once Zion Cemetery. (Photo provided) Journalists receive tips all the time, but skilled journalists like Kathleen McGrory, Neil Bedi, Paul … more
The country’s first gay newspaper, the Washington Blade, recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. The Blade’s first edition was released Oct. 5, 1969 after the Stonewall Riots—a rebellion that occurred after the raid of a gay club. According … more
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Corporal Rachel Young, combat photographer, Communications Strategy and Operations, Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, poses for a portrait during Integrated Training … more
Walter Hussman Jr. (center) addresses the crowd at a celebration for the opening of the Hussman School of Journalism and Media. (Photo provided) Following a $25 million gift by WEHCO Media, Inc. chairman and Arkansas Democrat-Gazette publisher … more
These days, it’s becoming vital to quickly cover a live event and verify what speakers have said. According to Jeff Kofman, founder of Trint, an automated transcription and online productivity platform, it takes at least three hours to manually … more
Image courtesy of the Dallas Morning News When DallasNews, GuideLive, SportsDay, SportsDayHS and Al Día readers visited their websites in August, they were greeted with a new home—DallasNews.com. Mike Orren, the paper’s chief product officer, … more
After Hearst Connecticut Media reported on a lawsuit alleging past sexual abuse at the Boys & Girls club in Greenwich, Conn., reporter Hannah Dellinger began to wonder if there were similar issues taking place at other Boys & Girls Clubs. … more
Boston University journalism student Shannon Larson (right) interviews Dina Gorelik, a senior at Newton North High School and co-organizer of the climate strike held on Sep. 19 in Newton. (Photo by Ella Bailey) Just outside of Boston one of the … more
What if news publishers could track a digital subscriber’s journey from start to finish? That’s what a recent report published by Google News Initiative (GNI), FTI Consulting and Local Media Association (LMA) has made possible. The “Critical … more
News consumers have a variety of apps at their disposal to help aggregate their news and deliver it in their preferred way. But for those who prefer to listen to their news, whether it’s at home or on their daily commute, there’s Curio. Curio is … more
Two Arizona State University (ASU) journalism professors, Kristin Gilger and Julia Wallace, record the achievements and challenges that women have faced in America’s newsrooms in their new book, “There’s No Crying in Newsrooms: What Women Have … more
The Illinois Newsroom, a regional journalism collaboration focused on expanding access to trusted information education, political impact and health/environment, is reaching audiences through an in-person event series called News & Brews. The … more
San Fransisco Chronicle photographer Jessica Christian snaps a photo of Alex Piersen (also known as Shorty) during the 24 hours in homelessness project. (Photo by Kevin Fagan) Four years ago, the San Francisco Chronicle created the SF Homeless … more
Whistleblowers face many challenges, both before and after releasing information, which is why The Signals Network (TSN) has created the Whistleblower Protection Program, dedicated to supporting whistleblowers that have shared information in the … more
In 2016, Credder CEO Chase Palmieri and co-founders Austin Walter (product manager) and Jared Fesler (brand manager) saw that clickbait and sensationalism was becoming more prominent in the news cycle, and they knew media outlets were going to be … more
Since 2013, News-O-Matic has brought news to children on a daily basis through its app (more than 4 million kids have downloaded it), covering topics from space science and politics to football and fashion. And now, with more media outlets available … more
The Fallen Journalists Memorial Act of 2019 (H.R. 3465 and S. 1969) was recently introduced in the U.S. House and Senate in order to establish a permanent Fallen Journalists Memorial in Washington, D.C. The bipartisan legislation authorizes the … more
The front page of the Cheyenne Post’s first issue The old timey font and steam engine on the Cheyenne (Wyo.) Post masthead makes the weekly newspaper appear to look a century old, but the fact is the paper just put out its first edition on July … more
In June, the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association (SNPA) and the Inland Press Association approved a plan to consolidate the two associations. The merger will become effective on Oct. 1. “The number one goal for the new association is to … more
As more readers search for news they can trust, PEN America and the Trust Project have released a new digital tool called the Newsroom Transparency Tracker to help readers track policies, practices and people behind the news of more than 50 leading … more
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