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I like to think of David Weinberger’s book titles over the past two decades as a sort of tour of the Internet’s metastasizing complexity. First, in 2003, Small Pieces Loosely Joined. … more
The instructions were clear: Write an article calling out Sara Gideon, a Democrat running for a hotly contested U.S. Senate seat in Maine, as a hypocrite.Angela Underwood, a freelance reporter in … more
The New York Post’s front-page article about Hunter Biden on Wednesday was written mostly by a staff reporter who refused to put his name on it, two Post employees said. Bruce Golding, a … more
It’s been six months since I was on the receiving end of a pink slip. While not the greatest thing to be laid off in the midst of a pandemic, if that didn’t happen, I wouldn’t have … more
Political advertising spending has already hit a record $6.7 billion, according to estimates from Advertising Analytics, with just a few weeks to go before Election Day. A vast percentage of that … more
By a margin of over 75%, journalists with The Dallas Morning News and our sister publication Al Dia Dallas voted on Friday to form a union. The News – the oldest continuously operated … more
Last weekend, Bret Stephens, the New York Times opinion columnist best known as a climate-change denier who dabbles in race science and has a penchant for using his power to try and intimidate and … more
Senator Chris Murphy, a Connecticut Democrat who sits on the Foreign Relations Committee, is proposing new legislation to outlaw political pressure on journalists at the Voice of America and other … more
C-SPAN suspended its political editor Steve Scully indefinitely Thursday after he admitted to lying about his Twitter feed being hacked when he was confronted about a questionable exchange with … more
Ad buyers have gotten used to many new things in 2020 and as the year rumbles towards a close, several large publishers are hoping that more frequent changes in ad pricing becomes yet another new … more
On Wednesday, both Facebook and Twitter took steps to limit the distribution of a news story from a mainstream publication, on the grounds that it was based on hacked emails and of questionable … more
David Lauter, Washington bureau chief at the Los Angeles Times, is not preparing for Election Day — he is preparing for election week, or even election weeks. Most election cycles at the paper … more
Local media is finally catching a slight break and it’s coming from national and direct-to-consumer advertisers who are aiming directly for regional and local audiences. There are several … more
Loyalty is a rare, but valuable commodity for publishers. Acquiring new paying customers and members can be an expensive business. As a result, we’ve seen numerous outlets invest heavily in … more
Covering elections as a foreign correspondent in the United States has traditionally meant press conferences, long days at political rallies, and road trips through rural America. This year, … more
George Stephanopoulos of ABC had it easy, steering an old-school Washington veteran through policy plans against a patriotic backdrop, while Savannah Guthrie of NBC had to navigate the stormy waters … more
On Thursday, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said that the agency will seek to regulate social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter at the behest of the Trump … more
Gannett, the nation’s largest newspaper company with more than 250 daily titles, will begin offering another round of newsroom buyouts next week. It has not yet said how many. The offer will … more
While this election is unique, with increased absentee voting, attacks on election legitimacy and heightened misinformation, the role of The New York Times remains the same — to seek the truth … more
Financial Times editor Roula Khalaf has warned that long-term remote working could be “problematic” for news companies as they “have to be able to share ideas”.Speaking at the … more
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