Bill to help save local journalism advancing

A proposal that will save thousands of journalist jobs is advancing, thanks to outstanding efforts by members of Congress committed to sustaining local journalism. A core piece of the Local Journalism Sustainability Act (LJSA) is included in the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package the House Ways and Means Committee is finalizing this week.

Newsroom tax credit component included in Ways and Means Committee markup

The Payroll Credit for Compensation of News Journalists has been submitted as a component of the Ways and Means Committee’s markup that was released Monday morning.  This credit, a key component of the Local Journalism Sustainability Act (LJSA), will provide local newsrooms the opportunity to receive a five-year tax credit of up to $25,000 per journalist in the first year and up to $15,000 in the subsequent four years.

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Seyfarth Shaw shares Vaccine Policy Playbook with members of America's Newspapers

Seyfarth Shaw's Vaccine Policy Playbook is an essential resource in designing, communicating and deploying your company’s vaccine policy.
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Lee Enterprises expands relationship with SCS with classified pagination and automated digital ad checking

Long-time SCS customer Lee Enterprises, based in Davenport, Iowa, has selected SCS/ClassPag to automate the pagination of its classified pages across legacy Lee publications in 26 states. This includes The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The Times of Northwest Indiana and the Lincoln Journal-Star.
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From text to photos to agate, Field Level Media offers quality, syndicated sports content

Newspapers seeking to keep costs in line and focus their resources on local and original reporting can leverage Field Level Media’s syndicated content products to suit their specific needs. Dozens of daily and weekly newspapers rely on FLM as their primary provider of syndicated sports content. With more than 200 writers and editors across North America, FLM provides robust news feeds along with coverage of more than 7,000 annual events.

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