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There is a free treasure trove of compelling visual evidence out there that is going unused by many watchdog journalists.
Kansas’ Marion County Record drew national support following a police action with a fatal aftermath, but the small weekly still needs journalists willing to work there.
A "platform reset" is changing how audiences interact with news, while news avoidance and concerns around misinformation have both grown since last year, writes lead author Nic Newsman.
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The International Fact-Checking Network at the Poynter Institute, a global leader in journalistic excellence, is launching a new grant writing course designed specifically for journalists and fact-checkers.
Boone Newsmedia, Inc., (BNI) and Carpenter Media Group (CMG) have announced future ownership of eight local media companies that had been jointly owned by the two companies.
A new Pew Research Center package finds that how U.S. adults get news and navigate politics on TikTok, X (formerly Twitter), Facebook and Instagram varies across platforms.
Some news organizations have used generative AI, but the utility of AI in journalism is not obvious to everyone. The Journalist's Resource reached out to a longtime tech journalist for her thoughts on the future of AI and the news.
The Journalists Recovery Network offers testimonials from other journalists, resources and a space to talk to someone in recovery.
In a state with little government accountability, Mississippians routinely learn about the actions of their public officials only because of journalism like Mississippi Today's. If this court order is upheld, every Mississippian would stand to lose a fuller understanding of how some leaders truly operate when their doors are closed and they think no one is watching.
While the sector is still growing, that growth is slowing, by some metrics. And audience data for 2023 shows that across all outlets surveyed, average monthly web traffic fell.
Republicans and Democrats in Congress know that government support is needed to help save the local press system, and that it can be done without compromising news outlets’ independence. But they’re taking too long to act. As we enter the second half of the year it’s appearing unlikely that Congress will do anything save local journalism in 2024.
Henrico Citizen’s Small Business Boost program chose 20 small businesses to receive a three-month email and social media ad campaign and training on how to improve ad reach.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has signed legislation overhauling access to the state’s public records, likely making it harder for the public and media to access some documents, according to critics.
A one-two punch this week is knocking out much of Oregon’s remaining local newspaper ownership. Two family-owned publishing companies announced Monday that they are selling or have sold nearly half the state’s newspapers.
This is the first in Poynter's summer series sharing how-tos, tips and guides from the 2023-2024 Poynter-Koch Media and Journalism Fellows. First up, José Luis Martínez, a data reporter at The Connecticut Mirror. CT Mirror is a 14-year-old digital nonprofit newsroom that covers politics, policy and government. Martínez’s project, “Behind the Numbers,” won Poynter's top fellowship prize.
EO Media Group is making substantial changes across the company, including layoffs and reductions in print frequency at several newspapers.
Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. has sold Pamplin Media Group (PMG) to Carpenter Media Group (CMG), according to John Cribb, Cribb, Cope & Potts, who represented Dr. Pamplin in the transaction. The sale was closed effective June 1. Terms were not disclosed.