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Newspaper readership continues to decline in Japan. In 2018, the average daily number of general-interest newspapers printed plunged by almost 2 million or 5.0% to 36,823,021. This is a drop of more than 10 million compared with 2000, a figure … more
It used to be an envelope without a return address or a shadowy man with a suggestive name in a parking garage. Now it’s Signal, SecureDrop and WhatsApp. As the times have changed, so too have the ways news organizations accept tips from would-be … more
A Tanzanian investigative journalist has appeared in court charged with organised crime and money laundering. Erick Kabendera, who was arrested by plainclothes policemen last week, appeared in court charged with leading organised crime, failure to … more
Having just read Robert Whitehead’s excellently written blog post about the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) report on the effect of digital platforms on competition in the media and advertising services markets, I wanted … more
They went from being the kid nobody wanted to talk with to one of the cool kids on the block. (Apparently showing the other kids how to make money helps.) Paywall tech company Piano has now introduced a propensity paywall—taking what The Wall … more
More so-called trade publications and business publishers are investing in branded content studios of their own, and they say their audiences and data insights make them ideal partners for B2B marketers. As the B2B digital advertising market … more
Cesar Sayoc, who plead guilty to sending pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and CNN, was sentenced Monday to 20 years in prison followed by five years of supervised release. Charged with 65 felony counts, Sayoc, 57, faced between 121 months and life … more
Following the launch of its Community News Project earlier this year, Facebook has trained the first cohort of freshly recruited local journalists to help spark innovation in regional newsrooms. The two-year pilot project saw the social platform … more
A federal appeals court on Tuesday revived former U.S. vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s defamation lawsuit against the New York Times, over an editorial that she said maliciously linked her to the 2011 mass shooting that wounded U.S. … more
GateHouse Media owner and USA TODAY owner Gannett have agreed to merge in a deal aimed at cutting overlapping costs and enabling the combined company to pursue a digital transformation. New Media Investment Group announced Monday that it reached a … more
Politicians and pundits from all quarters often lament democracy’s polarized condition. Citizens frustrated with polarized politics also demand greater flexibility from the other side. Decrying polarization has become a way of impugning … more
Marketers and tech giants may want to believe news audiences prefer a personalised experience, sourcing passive audience data to back the claim. However, a significant percentage (48%) of Canadian adults worry more personalised news may mean they … more
SmartNews, the Japanese news discovery app that has amassed 20 million subscribers in the U.S., has raised $28 million in its latest funding round, bringing the company's valuation to $1.1 billion, executives tell Axios. It's notable that in … more
Sadly, we in the news media know just how to do it. When a mass shooting happens, even when it happens twice in a 24-hour period—even when the death toll soars into the dozens—we reflexively spring into action. We describe the horror of what … more
Journalists in Mexico have said the new government is failing to protect them after three reporters were murdered in less than a week. Jorge Ruiz Vázquez, a reporter with the Gráfico de Xalapa newspaper, was the latest victim, shot dead late on … more
On Saturday, NBC News’ Think newsletter subscribers got an entry that looked very different from what they’re used to. Instead of a simple digest of previously published content, subscribers found exclusive commentary from authors of the … more
The White House Correspondents‘ Association on Sunday said it is “closely monitoring” the White House press secretary’s decision to suspend the pass of reporter Brian Karem for 30 days. “We sincerely hope this White House does not again … more
The crisis of local newspapers, in The New York Times’ eyes, is now a national story. Choked out by Facebook, Google, and other digital giants for advertising dollars, consolidated by profit-seeking corporations, and ultimately closing up shop as … more
The White House Correspondents‘ Association on Sunday said it is “closely monitoring” the White House press secretary’s decision to suspend the pass of reporter Brian Karem for 30 days. “We sincerely hope this White House does not again … more
In mid-July, Dennis Costa, an editor at El Nuevo Día, Puerto Rico’s highest-circulation newspaper, offered to start writing stories in English for the paper’s website. The island was on the brink of a major governance crisis. Two former senior … more
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