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In 2017, in the ongoing aftermath of Donald Trump's election to presidency and the Brexit referendum result, journalists at German newspaper Zeit Online felt the urge to tackle its audience's filter bubbles. So the publisher came up with a … more
The New York Times provoked intense criticism Thursday for publishing personal details about the whistleblower at the center of the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump, with some critics saying the decision could put the person in … more
Saudi Arabia’s crown prince said he bears responsibility for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year by Saudi operatives “because it happened under my watch,” according to a PBS documentary to be broadcast next week.Read more more
BBC Global News is launching more verticals and sub-brands — outside of its regular news cycle — in order to grow its international audience and drive more ad revenue. Currently, BBC has five content verticals — Culture, Travel, Future, … more
A Swedish newspaper has announced it will stop taking advertising that promotes fossil fuel-based goods and services with immediate effect. The editor of the daily Dagens ETC said the decision was “crucial for our credibility”. He urged other … more
Accelerate Local, designed to reinvent business models for news, today announced its first stand-alone project: a six-month digital transformation lab for African-American newspapers. The Atlanta Voice, The Dallas Weekly, New York Amsterdam News, … more
The relationships between news publishers and Big Tech platforms in rebuilding the business of journalism require a new focus on solutions ranging from direct dialogue to collective bargaining to changes in the law, according to a report released … more
Building relationships with communities that have not been historically prioritized by most of the journalism industry is not simply a decision on the part of newsrooms to begin to show up, but a process of reconciliation, repair, service and … more
Is that print newspaper getting read, or is it just sitting on a subscriber’s coffee table? For most print publishers, there’s no way to know how or whether that stack of newsprint is consumed before it’s recycled.Read more more
New York Times chief executive Mark Thompson has warned UK newspapers are still too “print-centric” and face mass closures without drastic changes in policy. Despite saying Facebook and Google should be doing more to help publishers, the former … more
There has been much written about how fake news websites and other sources make money from spreading misinformation. During the 2016 election in the United States, it even became a cottage industry. Now a new study quantifies just how much … more
The Knight-Lenfest Local News Transformation Fund on Thursday announced a $3.3 million grant to the American Press Institute to manage the core activities of Table Stakes, the fund’s local news leadership development program. The program advances … more
Google will not pay press publishers in France to display their content and will instead change the way articles appear in search results, a senior executive said on Wednesday. The announcement pours cold water on publishers' hopes of obtaining more … more
The Information has held talks with Bloomberg Media about a bundled subscription, sources tell Axios. While the talks were preliminary and a potential partnership is not confirmed, both businesses cater to a high-end business consumer, so the … more
Denník N is a Slovak digital and print newspaper, founded in January 2015 by journalists who were earlier working for the national newspaper, Denník SME. A reader-funded newspaper, Denník N has grown from 21,500 paid subscribers at the end of … more
Going against the common narrative amoung publishers across the world, Grzegorz Piechota, INMA’s researcher-in-residence, said the next big thing in reader revenue may be innovation in advertising revenue. Kicking off day two of INMA’s Media … more
When The (Whiteville, North Carolina) News Reporter launched a website, “our strategy was to make it just good enough,” said Publisher Les High. The advertising team didn’t want a site that competed with the print product. And for years, it … more
A U.S. judge Tuesday dismissed an American journalist’s lawsuit challenging his alleged placement on a “kill list” by U.S. authorities in Syria, after the Trump administration invoked the “state secrets” privilege to … more
This is a story of how to turn 47 percent into $25 million. In 2012—eons ago in the speed of news cycles these days—Mother Jones released video of Mitt Romney at a private fundraiser claiming 47 percent of Americans were never going to vote for … more
After more than 50 years of chronicling the highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant and despicable characters of the city whose name it took, New York Magazine has a new owner. On Tuesday, Vox Media agreed to acquire New York Media, the company behind the … more
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