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Darko Brkan was still living in his parents’ house when he read an article that identified him as the owner of several apartment properties, a man who enjoyed a jetsetting, lavish lifestyle of travel and luxury. This was news to Brkan, the … more
This week, the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) holds its annual meeting in Miami. The meeting comes amid increased attention to the role of black journalists in the United States and recent changes to black-oriented news media … more
One month before the recent midterm elections in the Philippines, a political Facebook page called PulitikaNgInaMo shared an article that said Chinese tourists were largely responsible for lawless behavior on the resort island of Boracay. The … more
"If you ask any disabled person what they want, it’s stability and consistency-that and accessible venues," said Drew Miller Hyndman, one of BBC News’ latest recruits of its Extend In News programme. Miller Hyndman is one of 16 disabled … more
It’s a new dawn in digital advertising. The drive for data privacy-first strategies has become more apparent, spurred by anti-tracking moves made by browsers as well as tighter data protection laws. The knock-on effect is that commercially … more
A federal judge has rejected National Public Radio’s bid to dismiss a Texas investment adviser’s libel suit over news reports about conspiracy theories surrounding the death of a Democratic National Committee staffer during the 2016 campaign. … more
When a gunman opened fire at a busy department store in El Paso, Texas, on Saturday August 3, it became one of at least three other shootings so far in 2019 to be announced in advance on the messageboard 8chan. Like March’s attack on a mosque in … more
McClatchy (NYSE American-MNI) today reported a net loss in the second quarter of 2019 of $17.5 million, or $2.21 per share, a 13.9% improvement from the net loss of $20.4 million, or $2.62 per share in the second quarter of 2018. "We are … more
“We don't do anything without an audience opportunity and a revenue opportunity,” Robertson Barrett, President of Digital Media at Hearst Newspapers, told participants at WAN-IFRA's recent Digital Media North America conference in New York … more
Despite an almost total lack of evidence to support the theory, alt-right groups and mainstream conservatives alike—including the ones that currently occupy the White House—continue to promote the idea that Facebook, Twitter and Google are … more
Google’s release last week of the Chrome 76 browser, which addresses privacy concerns yet could potentially unlock metered paywalls, has some publishers re-evaluating subscription strategies. The metered paywall remains the predominant … more
The increasingly ugly contract negotiations between the Boston Newspaper Guild and Boston Globe management have taken a turn for the worse. According to Don Seiffert of the Boston Business Journal, union employees were scheduled to stage a … more
There’s no doubt that the world of fact-checking has experienced a boom over the last decade. But are we any closer to truly understanding the phenomenon of misinformation, or how to stop it? There’s a plethora of fresh research that helps … more
HuffPost UK is seeking to give a voice to underserved communities through two new sections that will pay contributors for their stories. Replacing its Blogs, new Personal and Opinion sections will aim to broaden the variety of voices the … more
The Guardian Media Group made a pre-tax profit of £31m for 2018/19, up from a pre-tax loss of £25m the year before, it has reported. But Guardian News and Media, the group’s publishing arm which produces the Guardian and Observer newspapers, … more
As digital revenue becomes more central to the newspaper business—and with a small boost from the launch of “The Weekly,” a television show on FX and Hulu — The New York Times Company on Wednesday reported second-quarter revenue growth of … more
A judge in New York ordered federal agencies to produce thousands of pages of documents pertaining to the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi journalist and U.S. resident who was slain in his country's consulate in Turkey last year. U.S. District … more
NPR's newsroom is eliminating some jobs as part of a restructuring effort that adds positions in other areas to "more fully lean into our role as a public service organization," NPR's chief news executive announced Tuesday. Senior Vice President of … more
The Kerner Commission tried 51 years ago. ASNE has been trying for 41 years. Corporations have tried initiatives on and off for decades. And Monday, the Knight Foundation and the Maynard Institute announced the latest attempt to attempt to help … more
Newspapers are hoping to consolidate their way out of challenging circumstances. But for a group of companies that needs to transform their business models, the easy deals might not be the smart ones. Assuming regulators approve, New Media … more
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