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Pew Research Center: Local newspapers fact sheet

This locally focused analysis shows that many of the trends apparent in the overall newspaper industry hold true for local U.S. newspapers as well. more

The Daily Times' new circulation director prioritizes customer service, community news

As a former reporter, editor and district manager for circulation, David Hall says, he’s held almost every job in the newspaper industry. With his new position as The Daily Times’ circulation director, Hall plans to use those experiences to help strengthen relationships with customers and engage the public with the paper. more

Reading frequency outweighs page views and intensity: Medill analysis

“Having readers who read more often is 10 times more important than having them read more articles,” says Medill Spiegel Research Center Research Director Edward Malthouse, Erastus Otis Haven Professor of Integrated Marketing Communications, who oversaw the first-of-its-kind analysis using anonymized data from the Midwestern business publication. more

Gannett’s Reno daily seeks charity to pay for local government coverage

Gannett is seeking charitable donations to cover the salary of the local government reporter at the Reno Gazette Journal, one of its dailies. According to executive editor Brian Duggan, the paper is trying to raise $100,000 over the next two years so that it can keep paying Mark Robison. more

Texas newspapers demand ‘reasonable gun control’ after school massacre

Texas’ largest newspapers demanded more than thoughts and prayers on Tuesday, just hours after a gunman massacred 21 people at an elementary school, including 19 children. more

How to visually report on survivors of conflict-related sexual violence

Images are a vital component of conflict reporting, including on CRSV, and can be a powerful means of connecting with readers. But there is also significant scope for harm to survivors, that goes beyond the risks of interviewing them. more

Remember, journalists, to take care of yourselves

Clinical studies are clear that the more that journalists believe that they are doing important work, the more quickly they can heal from the traumatic stress of what they have witnessed. I can not stress this enough: You are doing important work. Do not let deaths go undocumented. more

Richmond Times-Dispatch publisher Paul Farrell to retire this summer

Paul Farrell, group publisher of Lee Enterprise’s Southeast Region and president and publisher of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, is retiring this summer after 42 years in the newspaper industry. more

Daily American editor accepts position with USA Today Network Pa. state capital bureau

Effective May 30, managing editor Bruce Siwy will become an investigative reporter for the USA Today Network's Pennsylvania state capital bureau. more

Meta to give researchers more information on political ad targeting

Academics and journalists will be able to see more data about the way political ads are used to target users across Facebook and Instagram. more

Hawaii governor signs student journalism protections bill

Hawaii Gov. David Ige on Monday signed legislation providing freedom of speech and press protections to students publishing school-sponsored media at Hawaii public schools and the University of Hawaii. more

Jefferson City News Tribune general manager dies unexpectedly

David Meadows, general manager of the Jefferson City News Tribune in Missouri died May 11 at the age of 58. more

Why good investigative journalism matters

We need the work journalists do to remain a free and independent nation, with power residing ultimately in the hands of its citizens. more

Perspective: It’s time for local journalists to reckon with the racism we overlooked

The massacre in Buffalo exposed not just violent racial hatred but the legacy of inequitable policies from years ago. more

Community-centered news with a nonprofit twist

As newspapers continue to search for an ideal path forward, the vanguards of some of the newest experiments in nonprofit news are surprisingly old fashioned. more

Project Veritas says the FBI declared it part of media

Prosecutors have ridiculed the idea that Project Veritas does journalism, but court filing says FBI treated group as "news media." more

Twitter will hide tweets that share false info during a crisis

The platform has a new "crisis misinformation policy." more

In some states, students account for a large and growing share of statehouse reporters

Student journalists account for around one-in-ten state capitol reporters in the United States (11%), according to a recent Pew Research Center study. In some states, however, they account for a much larger share of the statehouse press corps, with notable increases in some places since 2014. more

Sen. Mike Lee introduces bill to restore and protect competition in digital advertising

Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah), joined by Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-Minnesota), Ted Cruz (R-Texas), and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conecticut), has introduced the Competition and Transparency in Digital Advertising Act. The bill would restore and protect competition in digital advertising by eliminating conflicts of interest that have allowed the leading platforms in the market to manipulate ad auctions and impose monopoly rents on a broad swath of the American economy. more

Kurt Jackson of SCS named to top 10 list of creative technology entrepreneurs

Kurt Jackson's love for journalism and news publication brought him to work at and eventually purchase Software Consulting Services, LLC (SCS). It also landed him on Entrepreneur India's list of 10 extraordinarily sharp and creative entrepreneurs who are bringing needed change to various industries. more
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