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Jury says The Oklahoman defamed announcer, awards $25 million in damages; Gannett to appeal

A Muskogee County jury has awarded a man $25 million in damages after finding The Oklahoman defamed him in 2021 when it incorrectly identified him as the speaker of a racist rant during a high school basketball playoff game. more

Mary Rajkumar, Jeannie Ohm to lead global investigations for AP

Ron Nixon, vice president for news, investigative, enterprise, and grants and partnerships with The Associated Press, has announced that Mary Rajkumar and Jeannie Ohm will co-lead AP's award-winning investigative team and work across the organization to develop and produce in-depth investigative projects. more

The Sumter Item to change delivery days, add 'Local News for Everyone' paper to 28K+ households

Starting in March, The Sumter (South Carolina) Item will print newspapers twice a week, a weekday edition on Wednesday and a weekend edition on Saturday. more

Here’s how we’re working with journalists to create the newsrooms of the future with AI

Microsoft is launching several collaborations with news organizations to adopt generative AI. more

Wisconsin news media would be boosted by three new bills

It’s no secret the news industry has suffered from declining revenues for years, with the situation so dire that many newsrooms across the country have shut down. Now, three state Democrats are trying to help local newsrooms in Wisconsin with a set of three bills aimed at paying for journalists, reporting projects and subscriptions.  more

WA leaders ‘absolutely’ committed to saving local journalism

The Seattle Times' Brier Dudley asked members of Washington’s delegation where they stood on the need for Congress to help save local journalism. All but two, U.S. Reps. Dan Newhouse and Cathy McMorris Rodgers, responded with thoughtful comments and pledges to help. more

Gannett and Big Ten Conference announce media partnership

Gannett Co., Inc. and the USA TODAY Network have announced a multi-year agreement to become the official content partner of the Big Ten Conference, the oldest Division I collegiate athletic conference in the United States. more

Why Google and Meta ‘owe’ news publishers

Our working paper found that the tech giants owe publishers billions of dollars. Here’s how we arrived at that conclusion and what it means. more

Jim Falzone named publisher of North of Boston Media Group

Jim Falzone, a longtime and highly esteemed employee of the company, has been named publisher of North of Boston Media Group. more

Arizona Republic and its newsroom union agree on 2-year contract

The Arizona Republic and its newsroom staffers have agreed on a two-year contract that provides a framework for benefits, wages and working conditions for employees. more

The Daily Gazette in Schenectady, N.Y., takes over daily newspapers in Columbia, Greene counties

The two new newspapers become the third and fourth dailies taken over by the Gazette in the past four years. more

John Celestino recalled as community minded newspaper leader

John Celestino, regional executive for CNHI newspapers in New York, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, died Friday, Jan. 26. He was 63. more

Cole McNeely promoted to VP of audio and video at Franklin News Foundation

In this leadership role, Cole McNeely will play a pivotal part in overseeing, managing and leading the strategic direction of the company's audio and video production efforts, as well as driving the productization of content to create and maintain revenue opportunities for the foundation and its for-profit interests within the organization. more

The Center for Integrity in News Reporting invites entries for $100,000 in awards for news reporting

The first annual $100,000 of Awards for News Reporting will award four $25,000 awards for the most fair, impartial, objective news reporting that has the courage to not fear and the discipline to not favor. more

America's Newspapers welcomes new member

AdMessenger runs on mobile web inventory and on over 15,000 apps! Its powerful targeting technology gives businesses the power to reach their ideal audience. From audience data and geo targeting to weather triggering, reaching your precise audience has never been easier. more

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution launches new campaign: 'For the Greater Atlanta'

This week, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) introduces a sweeping new marketing campaign and a refreshed user experience across its digital products and the printed newspaper. To drive this transformation, the organization will add more than 100 jobs across the enterprise. more

Yarita Vazquez named publishing operations manager with Wick Communications

Yaritza Vazquez has been named publishing operations manager for Wick Communications, where she will oversee the company’s newspaper design and pagination. more

Rockford Register Star transitioning to postal delivery

Starting Feb. 26, the U.S. Postal Service will begin delivering the Rockford Register Star to optimize resources amidst increasing digital readership demand.   more

Local news is in a sorry state nationwide — but there is hope

An Illinois state task force has studied the problems, is offering solutions and also is taking a realistic view about the limits of what can be done. more

Frank Stanko is new managing editor of Wahpeton Daily News, Richland County News Monitor

The Wahpeton (North Dakota) Daily News and Richland County News Monitor announce the promotion of longtime reporter Frank Stanko to managing editor of both newspapers. more
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