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Former Birmingham News editor Carol Nunnelley dies

Carol Nunnelley, a longtime reporter and editor for The Birmingham News, has died, leaving behind a legacy of love for journalism. more

Opinion | Media industry cuts top 20,000 in 2023, report finds

The news sector alone has lost 2,681 jobs so far in 2023 — more than it did in all of 2022 or 2021. more

US political ad market projected to reach record $16 billion in 2024

The advertising dollars spent on U.S. elections and advocacy issues will grow to roughly $16 billion next year, up 31.2% compared to the last presidential election in 2020, according to a new forecast. more

AP to release first all-time college basketball ranking

For the first time, The Associated Press will release an all-time ranking of men’s college basketball teams as it marks the 75th anniversary of its Top 25 poll. more

Alejandra Matos named Houston Chronicle managing editor, is first Latina to hold post

A veteran journalist, Matos previously worked as a Chronicle political reporter, and for The New York Times Company, the Washington Post and Minneapolis Star Tribune. more

Free Press roundup: Bellingham daily cutting print days, plus layoffs, AI

In the latest cutback stretching the definition of “daily newspaper,” The Bellingham Herald announced that it will only print two editions per week starting Jan. 29. This is part of a broad trend of newspapers reducing print frequency and delivery as they pivot toward the internet. more

A second Trump administration will ‘come after’ people in the media in the courts, an ally says

A Donald Trump ally who worked in his Justice Department said Tuesday that if the former president is elected again, his administration will retaliate against people in the media “criminally or civilly.” more

Forging Connecticut connections

The 5th generation Record-Journal and its RJ Media outlets are building relationships with audiences old and new. more

Opinion | Some of the biggest victims of news deserts are conservative voters in conservative counties

Strengthening local news would have broad civic benefits and could lead to happier, healthier communities, whether red, purple or blue. more

Meta releases more security guidelines for AI models

December 7, 2023 - Meta released benchmark cybersecurity practices for large language models, which it says is an effort to "level the playing field for developers to responsibly deploy generative AI models." more

Google ups the stakes in AI race with Gemini, a technology trained to behave more like humans

December 6, 2023 - Google took its next leap in artificial intelligence Wednesday with the launch of project Gemini, an AI model trained to behave in human-like ways that’s likely to intensify the debate about the technology’s potential promise and perils. more

Public notice year in review

December 6, 2023 - 2023 was a lot like 2022: A pretty good year marred primarily by the vote of a GOP-dominated state legislature to allow some local governments to publish notice on their own websites in lieu of local newspapers. Last year it was Florida, this year Ohio. more

Most readers want publishers to label AI-generated articles — but trust outlets less when they do

December 6, 2023 - An overwhelming majority of readers would like news publishers to tell them when AI has shaped the news coverage they’re seeing. But, new research finds, news outlets pay a price when they disclose using generative AI. more

Russia rejects ‘significant proposal’ to trade for WSJ’s Gershkovich, Whelan, US says

U.S. negotiators made a fresh offer to Russia in recent weeks to secure the release of detained Americans Evan Gershkovich and Paul Whelan, but Moscow rejected the American proposal, the U.S. State Department said Tuesday. more

Editor who led Denver paper to a Pulitzer Prize for series on missing children dies

Anthony Campbell, the former executive editor and managing editor of The Denver Post who led the paper to a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 1986 for a series on missing children, has died, according to former associates at the Post. He was 82. more

Randy Mitchell named publisher and digital sales director for Aiken Standard

Randy Mitchell has been named the new publisher and digital sales director for the Aiken Standard in South Carolina. more

Kevin Austin named publisher of Ironton Tribune

Kevin Austin, who has been named publisher of The Ironton (Ohio) Tribune, got his start in the newspaper business with a paper route in his hometown of Lansing, Michigan. more

Gannett joins LOT Network to protect digital asset products from patent litigation

Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI) has announced joining LOT Network, the largest patent licensing platform and non-profit community of global companies working to protect its members against litigation brought on by patent assertion entities (PAEs). The LOT Network community is committed to safeguarding members against frivolous PAE litigation. more

Google’s $100 million to Canada’s news industry is a small price to pay to avoid regulation

The deal between Google and the federal government to resolve their dispute over paying for news online will come as a relief for the media industry in Canada. more

Funding national, reporting local

Judy Woodruff of the “PBS NewsHour,” featured Mississippi Today and spoke with CEO Mary Margaret White in a report about news outlets’ sustainability as part of her “America at a Crossroads” series. more
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