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China vowed on Tuesday to retaliate if the United States persisted with “hostile action” against Chinese journalists who may be forced to leave in coming days if their U.S. visas are not … more
In decades of covering homelessness, American journalists have been known to deviate from the usual norms of detachment and neutrality to depict people without homes in ways that humanize them, … more
Push is its own unique channel which breaks through cluttered social and search platforms to direct subscribers to the best content, empowering publishers to manage their bottom lines by continually bringing new visitors back to the site to reach business goals, whether to drive ad revenue, subscriptions, affiliate revenue or sales. more
The fall of one of Hungary's last major independent media outlets has exposed how Brussels lacks both the political will and the legal tools to help preserve a vibrant free press in EU member … more
Back at the beginning of the year, specialist publisher Dennis Publishing expected to grow its branded content studio by 30% in 2020, powered by reaching different clients in new business areas … more
Hedge fund ownership of newspaper groups typically spells doom for the newsrooms. Just ask some of the former employees at the Denver Post who famously revolted against owner Alden Global Capital's … more
Americans have high aspirations for the news media to be a trusted, independent watchdog that holds the powerful to account. But in a new Gallup/Knight study, we’ve found the gap is growing … more
The Indiana Gazette, Indiana, Pennsylvania has been acquired by Sample News Group according to Randy Cope, Cribb, Greene & Cope, who represented the Donnelly family in their sale. Mike … more
Barring last-minute objections, this is the week that another hedge fund, Chatham Asset Management, takes over another newspaper company. Justifiable angst has been permeating newsrooms that are … more
Journalists of color in Minnesota's largest newsroom, the Star Tribune, are calling for change. In an open letter to management, they are demanding their employer address inequities in recruitment … more
The same global health crisis that is helping the resurgence of authoritarian rule around the world claimed the lives of three imprisoned journalists last month.Mohamed Monir in Egypt, David Romero … more
“You have a television station. We have these AK-47s. We will have to tell our stories with these guns,” members of an indigenous community who had joined Maoist forces told journalist … more
This project represents my commitment to helping the industry solve a problem that editors say is rising in importance: how to respond to requests by members of the public to … more
It’s time to rethink engagement metrics, say the authors of a paper published last week in the Harvard Kennedy School’s Misinformation Review. Mihai Avram, Nicholas Micallef, Sameer … more
Picture this Thanksgiving: turkey, football (maybe), tenser-than-usual interactions with relatives. And perhaps a new tradition: finding out who actually won the presidential election.The coronavirus … more
A senior Department of Homeland Security official whose office compiled “intelligence reports” about journalists and protesters in Portland, Ore., has been removed from his job, according … more
For the first half of his term, President Trump treated the White House press briefing as must-see television. From his small dining room off the Oval Office, he kept close watch over his first two … more
The business of sports has been turned upside down over the past six months, and a number of media companies are racing to capitalize on the opportunities they see in the upheaval.Sportico, a sports … more
A Republican convention official said Sunday that ‘no final decision” has been made to ban reporters from this month’s convention in Charlotte. Multiple media outlets reported … more
The advertiser boycott of Facebook took a toll on the social media giant, but it may have caused more damage to the company’s reputation than to its bottom line. The boycott, called … more
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