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How regional newsrooms can use AI to protect the ‘lifeblood of local journalism’

June 5, 2023 - Regional journalism experts appear optimistic generative AI can help their snowed-under newsrooms. more

How a titan of 20th-century journalism transformed the AP — and the news

During Kent Cooper’s long tenure as a senior executive, general manager and executive director — as documented in Mr. Associated Press — he changed AP, and the news that its readers and listeners depended on, in three major ways. more

AI’s rapid growth threatens to flood 2024 campaigns with fake videos

June 5, 2023 - Millions of people have the tools to create deceptive political content. more

Survey: Half of newsrooms already ‘actively working’ with generative AI

The WAN-IFRA survey indicated it is management, rather than individual journalists, driving adoption. more

Hundreds of Gannett journalists walk out

The union representing the company’s newsroom employees has urged a vote of no-confidence against the CEO at a shareholder meeting on Monday. more

10 things to build community in your remote or hybrid news organization

RJI spoke with 20 people at journalism organizations across the country to gather and share practical ways to build community, camaraderie and connection. more

Opinion | How high school sports coverage can save democracy

Obituaries, sports, local theater and schools coverage can make communities stronger and reduce polarization. more

Terence Samuel appointed USA TODAY editor in chief

Gannett Co., Inc. has announced that veteran journalist and news executive Terence Samuel will join Gannett and lead USA TODAY’s award-winning newsroom as editor in chief, effective July 10. more

Meta tests blocking news content on Instagram, Facebook for some Canadians

Meta is temporarily blocking some Canadian users from accessing news content on Facebook and Instagram as part of a temporary test that is expected to last through the end of June, the tech giant said Thursday. more

An introverted journalist created a researched guide for other introverts in the industry

Introverts often carry traits that translate to very useful skills for reporters. more

News/Media Alliance applauds California State Assembly for passing California Journalism Preservation Act

June 1, 2023 - The California Journalism Preservation Act (CJPA, AB 886) passed out of the California State Assembly today in a floor vote of 46-6. more

Study: AI news videos benefit from a human touch

Researchers compared viewer reactions to automated clips with human-created or human-edited videos. more

Millions of AP images and video now available on single platform with AI-powered search

The Associated Press has announced the launch of a unique artificial intelligence-powered search experience on AP Newsroom, the global news agency’s single platform for multimedia content.   more

Navigating burnout as a journalist

Following more than a decade of layoffs and consolidation in the local news industry, 70% of journalists have experienced work-related burnout, according to a new survey from the Center for Innovation and Sustainability in Local Media. Women and young people are more likely to experience burnout in newsrooms. more

With new widgets, The Philadelphia Inquirer wants to be readers’ favorite 'second-screen experience'

The news org is catering to the readers who spend a lot of time on their phones during live events like sports games and election returns. more

Facebook parent threatens to remove news from its platforms in California

State’s bill requiring tech firms to pay publishers may inspire revision of federal legislation, trade group says. more

Find your sweet spot: The crossover from offset to inkjet

Knowing what and when to print inkjet versus offset can make or break your profitability. Join Kodak for this June 14 webinar. more

News/Media Alliance announces new president and CEO: Danielle Coffey

The News/Media Alliance, a nonprofit trade association representing approximately 2,000 print and digital news and magazine media companies in the United States and Canada, has selected Danielle Coffey as its new president and chief executive officer. more

AI poses risk of extinction, tech leaders warn in open letter. Here's why alarm is spreading

CAIS said it released the statement as a way of encouraging AI experts, journalists, policymakers and the public to talk more about urgent risks relating to artificial intelligence. more

Decorated investigative journalist Mark Greenblatt named new executive editor at ASU’s Howard Center

Mark Greenblatt, an award-winning investigative journalist for Scripps News, will take over as executive editor of the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. more
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