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PageSuite launches more than 100 e-Editions for MediaNews Group

PageSuite has announced its biggest rollout to date, launching more than 100 e-Editions and apps for one of North America’s largest media companies. more

McClatchy becomes first news media network to complete Alliance for Audited Media’s Digital Publisher Audit

The McClatchy Media Network, one of the largest media companies in the United States with over 95 million unique visitors*, has become the first news media network to complete the AAM Digital Publisher Audit, an independent, third-party audit program from the Alliance for Audited Media (AAM). more

Newspaper tax break passes Washington House and Senate

Senate Bill 5199, a measure that gives a tax break for newspaper publishers, passed the Washington House of Representatives 89-7 Monday. It now awaits the signature of Gov. Jay Inslee. more

3 pandemic preparedness story angles to explore

While many of us may be weary of writing pandemic stories, journalists should continue covering pandemic threats; another one could be brewing because of climate change, changing global security conditions and the potential for bioterrorism, public health experts say.  more

Twitter removes policy against deadnaming transgender people

Twitter has quietly removed a policy against the “targeted misgendering or deadnaming of transgender individuals,” raising concerns that the Elon Musk-owned platform is becoming less safe for marginalized groups. more

Live updates: Fox News settles defamation suit for $787.5 million, Dominion says

Fox News reached a last-minute settlement with Dominion Voting Systems, which accused Fox News of pushing conspiracies that harmed the company. more

USPS files July rate increases and Postal Regulatory Commission releases flats processing study

The Postal Service filed notice on April 10 of increased rates with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC), which take effect July 9. more

Podcasts as a source of news and information

About half of Americans have listened to a podcast in the past year, and most of those listeners come across news content. more

Oklahoma gov calls on officials to resign after ‘hanging’ and racist remarks on tape

Oklahoma’s governor is seeking the resignation of four county officials after a newspaper’s audio recording apparently captured some of them complaining about two of the paper’s journalists and knowing hit men and where two holes are dug. more

A 20+ years business relationship stays strong; Gannett adds more ProImage NewsWayX Systems

In a global effort to streamline their printing production workflow and lessen their dependencies and related costs tied to managing and supporting on-premises data centers (hardware and software), Gannett has already implemented ProImages NewsWayX Systems in 10 print locations with more planned in the coming months. more

USA TODAY Editor-in-Chief Nicole Carroll leaving Gannett

USA TODAY Editor-in-Chief Nicole Carroll will step down on May 1 after leading the news organization for more than five years. more

Cox Media Group’s Owen Jennings promoted to vice president of product and innovation

Cox Media Group has announced the promotion of Owen Jennings to vice president of product and innovation. In this role, Jennings will continue to lead the Product, Distribution, User Experience (UX) and Innovation teams. more

New study urges marketers to pair media placement with quality creative in order to drive stronger ad effectiveness

Study reveals creative quality drives 56% of impact on purchase intent, and is particularly important for increasing awareness and shaping consumer opinion. more

U.S. reporter held by Russia on spying charges to stay in jail

A Russian judge ruled Tuesday that American journalist Evan Gershkovich must remain behind bars on espionage charges in a case that is part of a Kremlin crackdown on dissent and press freedom amid the war in Ukraine. more

Musk tries media blitz to win back Twitter advertisers

Elon Musk is on a reputation-mending media tour as Twitter faces business challenges and advertiser skepticism tied to his erratic and controversial product and policy changes. more

SNPA Foundation grants $25,000 to stem news deserts in South Carolina with expanded local news coverage

The SNPA Foundation has announced a $25,000 grant to The Post and Courier in Charleston to help stem the growth of news deserts in South Carolina and to incubate a model that can be replicated in other states.   more

New accessibility guidelines available from The Washington Post

The Washington Post today announces accessibility guidelines are available as part of its open-source design system. Launched last year, this system made fundamental code that powers The Post and its features publicly available for the first time. These guidelines can be used by anyone, including those outside of The Post. more

MMC acquires Delphos Herald media properties in Michigan and Wisconsin

Multi Media Channels (MMC) has acquired multiple media properties from Delphos Herald, Inc. and the Cohen family. more

Tatiana and Matthew Prince set to acquire the 143-year-old Park Record newspaper

Tatiana and Matthew Prince have agreed to acquire the Park Record, the newspaper of record for Park City and Summit County, Utah. The Park Record has been continuously published since 1880, covering the news and happenings of the Wasatch Back. The Princes are acquiring the Park Record from Swift Communications, a subsidiary of West Virginia-based Ogden Newspapers. more

Paxton Media Group newspapers welcome publisher Kelly Miller

The News Examiner (Connersville, Indiana), The Courier-Times (New Castle, Indiana) and The Shelbyville (Indiana) News are pleased to welcome Group Publisher Kelly Miller, who has taken leadership of the three publications. more
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