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On September 10, Le Monde’s newsroom exposed the conflict with its shareholders, more specifically with a troublemaker named Daniel Kretinsky. In an op-ed, 460 journalists expressed their concerns.Read more more
Imagine that your local newspaper is owned and controlled by elected officials of your city or town council. Imagine that there is no media other than the local newspaper that covers events, explains governmental actions or investigates citizen … more
The McClatchy Co., parent of The Sacramento Bee and 29 other newspapers, said Friday it’s facing possible delisting by its stock exchange, NYSE American. Sacramento-based McClatchy said it received a warning letter Monday from the exchange, saying … more
Today, the Guardian announces it has reached 1 million YouTube subscribers on its main video channel. It now has almost two million total subscribers across its YouTube network, which includes The Guardian (1,000,000), Guardian News (527,000), … more
Could it be that that the press, especially the US press, is finally waking up to the climate story? It’s been 30 years since Bill McKibben rang the warning bells about the threat of man-made climate change—first in a piece in The New Yorker, … more
A federal appeals court has reinstated a lawsuit filed by the parents of murdered Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich against Fox News over its role in an alleged scheme to falsely link Rich to the disclosure of DNC emails to WikiLeaks. … more
In the city of Calgary, more than 3,000 homeless people don’t know where they will sleep tonight. In 2008, a coalition of social agencies launched a 10-year plan to end homelessness in Calgary. As the end date for the homelessness plan approached … more
Anonymous Twitter trolls and the president of the United States have a few things in common. Each has attacked the media. And each in their own way has forced reporters, from national political columnists to sportswriters, to commit to higher … more
The fight over Assembly Bill 5—the newly approved legislation requiring many gig economy workers to be counted as employees—has been intense. And if Wednesday was any indication, the battle is far from over: Uber, a key target of the measure, … more
Since 2014, major U.S. newspapers have used dehumanizing labels to refer to immigrants at a steadily increasing rate, according to a new study by Define American and the MIT Center for Civic Media. This disturbing trend coincides with a vast … more
As the United States government gears up for its 2020 census, it's working closely with large tech companies to get ahead of potential malicious campaigns looking to exploit their platforms to deter people, including minorities, from taking part in … more
Facebook is trying to coax “news deserts” into bloom with the second major expansion of a tool that exposes people to more local news and information. But the social network confesses that it still has a lot to learn. The social media giant … more
Google Search was built to provide everyone access to information on the web—and with tens of thousands of web pages, hundreds of hours of video, thousands of tweets and news stories published every minute of the day, our job is to sift through … more
The distribution and consumption of news on social media is a central concern for the future of journalism as social media platforms have become a prominent component of the news ecosystem. And, after enduring criticism about their possible role in … more
Bloomberg Media is on track to double its digital subscribers by the end of the year, with revenue from subscribers reaching double-digit percentage of total digital revenue in 2020, according to the publisher. Bloomberg, which launched its paywall … more
A Tanzanian journalist charged with money laundering and leading organised crime could face up to five years in jail without trial because bail is not guaranteed in cases involving alleged economic crimes, his legal team has warned.Read more more
In June, CNN hired Daniel Dale, a reporter who had become—to the extent possible for reporters—famous, specifically for fact-checking. Soon after, when Donald Trump kicked off his re-election campaign, Dale was on air to discuss. “Trump's … more
In a response to most news publishers’ checklist of needs from a digital conduit to their content, News Corp is exploring and developing, a news aggregation and distribution Web site/app that will: Link directly to news stories instead … more
Americans who come into direct contact with local news organizations tend to exhibit more trust in the local media and greater civic engagement in the local community. However, the experiences U.S. adults have interacting in person with local media … more
The Strategist has grown from a pop-up blog to a key peg in New York Media’s revenue strategy, so the commerce brand has gotten a front- and back-end makeover. On Thursday, Sept. 12, the product recommendation site will unveil a redesign that’s … more
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