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California may make social media firms report enforcement

Social media companies would have to make public their policies for removing problem content and give detailed accounts of how and when they remove it, under a proposal being considered by California legislators. more

Atlanta Journal-Constitution launches new political digital product

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has launched Swing State Georgia, a new premium subscriber newsletter, plus text alerts and online events, for readers who need up-to-the-minute insights and analysis about Georgia's political landscape. more

Truthful climate reporting shifts viewpoints, but only briefly, study finds

Ohio State University researchers gauged responses to climate science versus scepticism and suggest facts bear repeating. more

Why we should expand who gets credit in journalism

The byline treats some journalists in newsrooms as less important: a discussion with Alex Sujong Laughlin. more

When email interviews, once considered ‘a last resort,’ are invaluable for reporters

Journalists see a multitude of uses for the maligned form, especially for open-ended questions and when considering sources’ abilities. more

New biography shines a spotlight on a legendary journalist who won one of the last great newspaper wars in the U.S.

Best-selling biographer Jane Wolfe’s latest – “Burl: Journalism Giant and Medical Trailblazer” (Sept. 6, 2022, Andrews McMeel Publishing) – looks at legendary journalist Burl Osborne’s extraordinary life and career. more

Gaines family to sell Bowling Green Daily News to Carpenter Newsmedia, LLC/Boone Newspapers Inc.

After 140 years of local ownership by the Gaines family of Bowling Green, an agreement has been reached to sell the Bowling Green (Kentucky) Daily News to Carpenter Newsmedia LLC, an affiliate of Boone Newspapers Inc. more

Google resolves French copyright dispute over online content

The decision ends the authority's investigation into Google, which has agreed to talk with news agencies and other publishers about paying them for using their news on its platform. more

What does a 'cookieless' future mean for publishers?

Publishers whose advertising strategies relied heavily on third-party cookies are already starting to feel the pinch. more

U.S. digital newspaper ad revenue expected to surpass print by 2026

The U.S. is expected to make history in 2026 when it becomes the first major media market in the world to see digital newspaper ad revenue eclipse print newspaper ad revenue, according to a new report from PwC. more

Eric Stirgus named education editor at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Prior to being named education editor, Eric Stirgus was the newspaper’s higher education reporter. more

Sharon Bramlett-Solomon wins 2022 Barrow Award for Distinguished Achievement in Diversity Research and Education

A researcher, teacher and longtime industry “connector,” Arizona State’s Sharon Bramlett-Solomon is the 2022 recipient of the Lionel C. Barrow Jr. Award for Distinguished Achievement in Diversity Research and Education. more

Elon Musk’s $44 billion Twitter deal gets board endorsement

Twitter’s board has recommended unanimously that shareholders approve the proposed $44 billion sale of the company to billionaire and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, according to a regulatory filing Tuesday. more

Nobel sold for Ukrainian kids shatters record at $103.5M

The Nobel Peace Prize auctioned off by Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov to raise money for Ukrainian child refugees sold Monday night for $103.5 million, shattering the old record for a Nobel. more

Top 50 most popular news websites in the world: Wordle fuels huge New York Times traffic growth

The New York Times was the fastest growing top news sites in the world in May 2022, according to Press Gazette’s latest ranking of the 50 biggest English-language news websites in the world. more

Russian journalist sells Nobel Prize for Ukrainian children

What’s the price of peace? That question could be partially answered Monday night when Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov auctions off his Nobel Peace Prize medal. more

Karen Bennett to become Cox Enterprises EVP & CPO

Cox Enterprises has announced that Karen Bennett will move from Cox Communications to Cox Enterprises as the company’s new executive vice president and chief people officer, effective Jan. 1, 2023. more

Social media metrics in the digital marketplace

Jieun Shin, assistant professor at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications, and colleague Katherine Ognyanova, explored how news sites’ reputation and content quality translated into social media capital. more

Reynolds Center survey shows U.S. business journalists command 37% salary premium; median 2022 salary of $66,204

Business journalists in the United States earn nearly $18,000, or 37%, more than their peers, according to a recent survey conducted by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. more

Southern Illinois University names new dean for the College of Arts and Media

Hong Cheng, dean and professor in the School of Communication at Loyola University Chicago, will be the dean of the College of Arts and Media at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Cheng will begin his duties at SIU on July 1. more
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