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New staff named for Chowan Herald

Veteran newspaper editor Thadd White has been named group editor of the Chowan Herald and Perquimans Weekly. White will be joined by Managing Editor Leslie Beachboard and a staff of reporters and writers. more

Freedom’s just another word for 'not sure what to do'

NPR’s new ethics policy allows its journalists to advocate publicly for “the freedom and dignity of human beings.” But good luck figuring out which visions of “freedom” are now fair game. more

How texting can help boost your service journalism efforts

The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Reporting’s partner, News 414, is trying Public Input to talk to readers and help them find resources for housing, food pantries or even speak directly to a reporter. more

Daily News announces changes in executive, advertising leadership

The Daily News (Bowling Green, Kentucky) recently announced changes within its leadership team, including the naming of Scott Gaines as publisher and the transition of Pipes Gaines to publisher emeritus. more

How Hearst is conquering Connecticut with the latest in a growing roster of statewide networks

Hearst announced in June it was pooling the resources of its eight Connecticut daily newspapers and another 14 weeklies and websites to launch a new statewide digital site, more

White House frustrated with 'hyperbolic' and 'irresponsible' Delta variant coverage, sources say

The White House is frustrated with what it views as alarmist, and in some instances flat-out misleading, news coverage about the Delta variant. more

Paper stays in local hands; Smith is new owner and publisher

Columbus County’s newspaper of record (Whiteville, North Carolina) turns a new page Aug. 1, 2021, as Justin Smith, editor since 2018, becomes publisher as well. Smith has purchased the 125-year-old company from Les High and Stuart High Rogers. more

The media is making missteps in covering COVID

Last week shook our country. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told those of us in COVID-19 hot spots to start wearing masks indoors again, even if we have been vaccinated. That recommendation goes for most of the country. more

Leaving the door open for your audience

For Innovation in Focus this month, student Maggie Doheny spoke with NCAM director Bryan Gould about newsrooms making their social media accessible. One of these accessible options includes Twitter’s alt text feature, which she tested this month with the Columbia Missourian. more

New NPR ethics policy: It's OK for journalists to demonstrate (sometimes)

NPR rolled out a substantial update to its ethics policy earlier this month, expressly stating that journalists may participate in activities that advocate for "the freedom and dignity of human beings" on both social media and in real life. more

Paula Szuchman named director of audio for New York Times Company

Paula Szuchman, the head of Opinion Audio for The New York Times Company, will become the director of Audio. more

Sen. Rubio introduces bill to require Big Tech disclosure of government censorship requests

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) introduced legislation to combat the censorship coordination between Big Tech companies and governments across the globe, including the Biden Administration. The PRESERVE Online Speech Act comes after White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki acknowledged that the White House is “flagging problematic posts” for social media companies. more

4 media twists and turns you don't want to miss

A clear-eyed look into what’s next is important in order to keep up with the pace of innovation in this industry. To help, I’ve outlined four trends I’m watching closely during the second half of 2021. more

Two-way video calling with Zoom now available on Fire TV Cube (2nd Gen)

Join work meetings on the biggest screen in your home. more

Gannett relaunches linear channels in partnership with Amagi

Gannett Co., Inc. announced a relaunch of its Over the Top (OTT) properties, in partnership with Amagi, a next-generation media technology company providing the platform for the USA TODAY News and USA TODAY SportsWire 24-Hour streaming channels. more

AccuWeather to launch video streaming service AccuWeather NOW

AccuWeather today announced it will launch a video streaming product later this summer called AccuWeather NOW. The streaming offering will feature 24 hours of continuous daily programming, dedicated to all things weather, including extreme and natural events, global forecasts, climate and weather-related long- and short-form documentaries from across the U.S. and around the world. more

Westplex Media Group to acquire Moberly Monitor-Index from Gannett

Westplex Media Group has agreed to acquire the Moberly (Missouri) Monitor-Index from Gannett Co., Inc. It is the fourth community newspaper in Westplex’s portfolio. more

Our democracy is under attack. Washington journalists must stop covering it like politics as usual.

Mainstream journalists want their work to be perceived as fair-minded and nonpartisan. They want to defend themselves against charges of bias. So they equalize the unequal. This practice seems so ingrained as to be unresolvable. more

South Coast university launching new effort to train bilingual journalists

A South Coast university is launching what it’s calling a unique program in Southern California to train bilingual journalists. more

The State Journal-Register downtown office to be auctioned in September

Leisa Richardson, executive editor, announced Wednesday the building will be put up for auction in September. The starting bid for the 135,000-square-foot building will be $400,000. The building has spent the past 10 years on the market. more
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