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Alabama Media Group launched Red Clay Media in 2017 as a video driven revenue stream. It began with videos created in the newsroom that inspired engagement from their readers. Today it is a thriving video arm with three distinct brands that focus on … more
Nonprofit status has been enormously helpful for local news outlets, both those kicking off as newbies or transitioning from the commercial (and profit-losing) life. Two hundred organizations are now registered with the Institute for Nonprofit News, … more
Last summer after Greek and Macedonian diplomats signed an accord to put an end to decades of bad blood between the two countries, thousands of nationalist protesters gathered in front of the Greek parliament, an imposing palace overlooking … more
Hearst is continuing its moves to find digital subscription revenue in offshoot products with a new streaming video service offering access to 35 hours’ worth of workout classes. The service, which costs $15 per month, or $100 per year, will be … more
France has passed a controversial tax on “digital services” that will hit American tech giants, as the United States says it will investigate the plan. Under the bill, just passed by the French Senate, tech companies with more than €750 … more
Larrison Campbell knows Robert Foster well. She has interviewed him numerous times. In fact, the reporter for Mississippi Today is the one who broke the story that Foster was running for governor in that state. When she wanted to follow him on the … more
The C.I.A. is quietly pushing Congress to significantly expand the scope of a law that makes it a crime to disclose the identities of undercover intelligence agents, raising alarms among advocates of press freedoms. The agency has proposed extending … more
One year in, Instagram’s dream of being a go-to source for long-form video is off to a slow start. A variety of top publishers have used IGTV, but most of them still categorize their efforts as experiments—and few are devoting dedicated … more
The United Kingdom and Canada are together giving more than $4 million to a new global media defense fund. The fund, which will be administered by UNESCO, will be used to support, train and provide legal help for journalists around the world.Read … more
It used to be easy for researchers to study digital social systems. Not anymore. A few unethical scientists, political operatives, and capitalists—plus irresponsible privacy policies like Facebook’s during the Cambridge Analytica scandal—have … more
Cal Western Circulation Managers Association (CWCMA) and Northwest International Circulation Executives (NICE), two longstanding trade organizations with members in media companies in 11 western states and 4 Canadian provinces, have announced they … more
Here’s an idea to steal and adapt: The University of North Carolina and Duke University’s student newsrooms teamed up to create the Rivalry Challenge around the Duke-UNC men’s basketball game earlier this year. There were two big parts to the … more
International lawyer Amal Clooney is to spearhead a team of global law experts providing assistance to Philippines journalist Maria Ressa, a London-based law firm has announced. In a statement from the frim Doughty Street Chambers, Clooney called … more
The United States Agency for Global Media, the government’s foreign broadcast service, already struggling to clean house after a series of scandals last year at flagship operations like Voice of America and TV Martí, is now being rocked by two … more
Fewer than one in five lead news pictures published across eight major news titles are shot by a female photographer, according to Women Photograph, an organisation that works to empower female and non-binary visual storytellers. To tackle the lack … more
Journalists in local newsrooms are teaming up to cover climate change. If that lead seems familiar, it’s because it’s happening a lot these days. But the latest example includes something new–the resources of the National Geographic Society. … more
Churn is a reality of all subscription businesses, as is the “saves” team charged with dissuading those with an intent to unsubscribe from doing so. For the last few months, Nordic media giant Schibsted has developed new tools and user journeys … more
Reporters Without Borders, which advocates for press freedom, increased pressure on Saudi Arabia on Wednesday to release dozens of journalists currently detained in the country and to relax its heavy suppression of the news media and of dissenting … more
On the last Friday in May, GateHouse New England distributed the final edition of the Hopkinton Crier—a small, 32-year-old weekly paper covering the idyllic Massachusetts town most famous as the start of the Boston Marathon.Read more more
The Condon Times-Journal is changing local hands after Steven and Renee Allen purchased the newspaper on July 1 from McLauren Stinchfield of Macro Graphics Condon. Stinchfield owned, published, and edited the paper for the last 45 years.Read more more
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