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People should consume news, right? I mean, that’s the underlying assumption of everything we do: that the work journalists do is valuable and important, and that the value and importance grows the more people read, watch, or listen to their work. … more
Bustle Digital Group is staking the next phase of its growth on an expansion into new verticals and plans to incorporate technology acquired this spring into the rest of its portfolio, as growth in the older parts of its portfolio begins to slow … more
July should have been a relief for Facebook. The company accepted a $5 billion fine from the Federal Trade Commission over privacy issues, after having essentially set the terms of the agreement itself. It settled a case with the Securities and … more
Local philanthropy dollars are seeping into local journalism — even into commercial outlets, operating in the traditional market where advertising has dropped so quickly that subscriptions can’t yet (if ever) catch up. Your friendly, neighborly … more
Beginning this week, the Post-Gazette will publish electronic editions exclusively on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday. Print editions will be delivered to homes on Thursday, Friday and Sunday, and the Weekend Edition is available in stores … more
Though we had our differences, Jamal Khashoggi and I were kindred spirits. We both wrote for The Post’s Global Opinions section, we both believed in the ideals of democracy and free speech, and we were both targeted by authoritarian regimes for … more
It can be tough to figure out what kinds of content an audience will pay for. So many news publishers are learning what their readers will register to consume instead, while girding themselves for the collapse of third-party cookies.Read more more
Closing content hurts. It is a widespread pain. Whoever makes the decision to put content behind the paywall at a central desk suffers that ache: social media editors, the editors in chief, and, more than anyone else, the authors of that now … more
As we are entering a new decade, our next Newsrewired conference will explore what skills journalists need to succeed in their careers and help their newsrooms thrive. We caught up with our speaker Lyndsey Jones to find out more about how the … more
In early 2017, as editorial pages were coming to be the latest focus of newsroom job cuts, the Kansas City Star went the opposite direction—it expanded its editorial and column offerings. Parent McClatchy is now pleased enough with the results to … more
Publishers are in a tough spot with marketers when it comes to attribution, particularly when it comes to multi-touch attribution campaigns. So they have focused lately on broadening out to the middle of the funnel, while serving the top and the … more
In April 2018, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, told Congress about an ambitious plan to share huge amounts of posts, links and other user data with researchers around the world so that they could study and flag disinformation on the … more
A 20-year-old student at Arizona State University broke the news that a key State Department official who was involved in talks between President Donald Trump and the Ukrainian government had stepped down from his post.Read more more
One of my favorite bits of media theory is the concept of Hallin’s spheres. Daniel Hallin, in his 1986 book on media coverage of the Vietnam War, said that you could put every topic the media covers inside one of three spheres: the sphere of … more
When scammers in New York’s Chinese community began to prey on elderly women, stories of immigrant families losing their life savings filled the local Chinese press. Soon, articles documenting the scam appeared in larger outlets, until the story … more
Donald Trump’s presidency would have been impossible without his reality-TV fame from NBC’s “The Apprentice.” And he is skilled at dominating the visual medium that still matters so much — even in our digital age — from his raucous … more
Lloyd Case, the former CEO of Forum Communications, and Joyce McCullough, president of Miller Group Media, will receive Inland Press Association’s top honors at its Joint Annual Meeting in Chicago Oct. 7. Case will be honored with the Ralph D. … more
The Des Moines Register staff has heard from hundreds of people in the past few days upset over our handling of a story on Carson King, the 24-year-old whose Busch Light sign on ESPN’s “College GameDay” show launched more than a million … more
Measuring membership is a headache. I learned this while at the Shorenstein Center, where I studied how single-topic newsrooms like The Trace and The Hechinger Report can engage and grow their audiences.  About a year into the project, I remember a … more
GateHouse and Gannett say their newspaper deal has cleared U.S. antitrust review. It still needs approval from European regulators and stockholders of both companies. The two say they expect the deal to close this year. USA Today owner Gannett and … more
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