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The study is the largest of its kind to focus on men, women and gender non-conforming media professionals in 20 countries throughout Africa, Southeast Asia, Eurasia (Russia), the Arab Region and select countries in Central America.
Vincent Peyrègne | WAN-IFRA |
1/26/22 12:11 PM
Psychologist Paul Slovic, who is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the president of Decision Research, a collection of scientists who study the human psyche, says: “Don’t just throw numbers at people. That’s the worst way to go about it.”
Sherry Ricchiardi | IJNet |
1/26/22 12:00 PM
Demonstrations were held Tuesday in more than a dozen cities across Mexico to protest the killings of three journalists in the the last two weeks.
Staff | The Associated Press |
1/26/22 10:40 AM
A new paper offers insights into how to be more receptive to different opinions and the role it plays in building relationships and solving problems.
Denise-Marie Ordway | The Journalist's Resource |
1/26/22 10:20 AM
Reader feedback will be part of the new elections portal that launched this week.
Melissa Evans | Long Beach Post |
1/26/22 10:10 AM
The Solutions Journalism Network will support five newsrooms in reimagining the way we cover health issues. Learn how your newsroom can apply to be part of this program.
1/26/22 10:00 AM
This privately owned, locally produced, newspaper began publication on Jan. 24. It is updated daily online, and soon will be available in a weekly print edition, as well as on additional digital platforms.
1/26/22 09:47 AM
News Media Alliance Executive Vice President and General Counsel Danielle Coffey has been elected to the Board of Directors of the National Press Club Journalism Institute (NPCJI), the nonprofit affiliate of the National Press Club, for a two-year term.
1/26/22 09:36 AM
Today, 19 states have laws that allow the public to see police records. But challenges persist as journalists struggle to obtain the information they need to hold law enforcement accountable.
Holly Butcher Grant | National Press Club Journalism Institute |
1/25/22 05:15 PM
The Associated Press will create a new reporting network aimed at deepening the news cooperative’s U.S. education coverage and strengthening education reporting across the news industry.
1/25/22 04:13 PM
University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications students will have a unique opportunity to experience professional and personal life in the nation’s media capital.
University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications |
1/25/22 11:07 AM
In his new position, Jason Adrians will be the top news executive for all 77 of Lee’s local news organizations.
1/25/22 10:56 AM
Andy Alford will be involved in all decisions involving hiring, advancement and compensation, and also oversee the paper's fellowships program and source diversity project.
1/25/22 10:22 AM
The new solution lets advertisers target users online based on select topics, like "fitness" or "travel," that a user is likely to be interested in.
Sara Fischer | Axios |
1/25/22 09:32 AM
An unvaccinated Sarah Palin tested positive for COVID-19 Monday, forcing a postponement of the start of a trial in her libel lawsuit against The New York Times.
Tom Hays | The Associated Press |
1/24/22 12:46 PM
Newspaper publisher Lee Enterprises is asking its shareholders to help it fight off a hostile takeover offer from “vulture hedge fund” Alden Global Capital.
Josh Funk | The Associated Press |
1/24/22 12:41 PM
Candy Parks, advertising manager for the Park Rapids Enterprise, will retire at the end of January. Todd Keute will assume publisher and advertising director responsibilities at the paper.
1/24/22 11:27 AM
The complaints allege the company has deployed "dark patterns," design tricks that can subtly influence users’ decisions in ways that are advantageous for a business.
Cat Zakrzewski | The Washington Post |
1/24/22 10:37 AM
Google filed a motion Friday asking a federal court to dismiss most of the counts in an antitrust lawsuit led by the state of Texas.
Taylor Hatmaker | TechCrunch |
1/24/22 10:34 AM
From the start, the Palin case has been a square-off over the most fundamental of media protections — namely, the “actual malice” standard.
Erik Wemple | The Washington Post |
1/21/22 05:09 PM