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(From left) Defender publisher Sonceria Messiah-Jiles, Chase Karacostas, Katie Balevic, Alexis Tatum, Texas Legislative Black Caucus Chair Harold Dutton, Samaiya Kirven and McKayla Ellison. (Photo provided) Motivated to give readers well-written and … more
In Rapid City, S.D., two newspapers recently joined forces to create a publication named Eyapaha, offering readers and tourists a glimpse into the lives of the Native Americans in the region and to promote the culture and tourism sites on their … more
Good-bye, Philadelphia Media Network. Hello, Philadelphia Inquirer. On June 1, the Inquirer celebrated its 190th birthday with a new logo, web address and company name. The name change also affected the former Philly.com (now Inquirer.com) and the … more
As more newspapers merge and consolidate, North Carolina’s last two family-owned daily publications, the Daily Record and the Wilson Times, have come together to create a media management company called Restoration Newsmedia. Last year, Keven … more
Many news publishers are overwhelmed with the amount of solutions out there that promises to convert online readers into paying customers, but Deep.BI has the potential to change the game. The software provider has offices in California, London and … more
The Eudora Times social media team: (from left) Nargiza Negahban, Terrell Henderson, Natalia Ramos-Thaw and Annalise Baines As an assistant professor at the University of Kansas’ School of Journalism and Mass Communications, Teri Finneman … more
As of late, transparency is almost imperative for news consumers. McClatchy has taken this into consideration and developed what it calls a “background card,” which allows news organizations to embed the card into articles and easily explain who … more
Executive editor Catherine Barnett embraces reporter Martin Espinoza after the Press Democrat won the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Reporting in April 2018. At left, reporters JD Morris and Christi Warren celebrate along with director of … more
Citizens across America should be able to trust law enforcement, but a recent USA Today Network investigation called Tarnished Brass has found the opposite, exposing hundreds of officers with troubling records. The investigation discovered that not … more
Reporters, fact-checkers, engineers, scientists and more have all concerned themselves with artificial intelligence (AI) for some time now, but Adam King, a machine learning/AI engineer decided to lighten things up a bit with his recent experiment … more
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