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Subscriptions, in all forms, are here to stay. Our white paper dives into the Top 7 subscription trends we’re seeing for the industry, and we’ll guide you through them, and advise on your next steps to take.
Staff | Lineup Systems |
5/18/22 07:21 AM
There are a number of reasons for a publisher to offer their own in-house ticketing option. At the top of the list: Generate a new revenue stream, with significant upside potential (from in-house events, large local and regional events, and small-to-mid-sized venues).
David Haynie | CitySpark |
5/17/22 05:33 PM
Rockell Brown Burton, an experienced academic leader and accomplished researcher with a passion for cultivating impactful, mutually beneficial relationships, has been named associate dean of inclusivity, diversity, equity and accessibility at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.
5/17/22 04:25 PM
A new program to check out subscriptions for Williams-Grand Canyon News in Arizona is now being offered at Tusayan Town Hall through the Tusayan Library.
Loretta McKenney | Grand Canyon News |
5/17/22 03:18 PM
ABC is bringing actress Hilary Swank and the writer of the 2015 Oscar-winning film “Spotlight” together for a new drama about a journalist working in Alaska.
Lynn Elber and David Bauder | The Associated Press |
5/17/22 02:49 PM
Ron Martin, a former longtime editor of the Atlanta Journal and Atlanta Constitution who oversaw the merger of those newspapers after he edited USA Today, died Saturday, May 14, according to his family.
Ty Tagami | The Atlanta Journal-Constitution |
5/17/22 02:35 PM
There is strong support among the American public for lawmakers to take action and preserve the future of local journalism. The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA) would do just that, allowing local news outlets to come together to negotiate the terms for how their content is accessed online.
Curtis LeGeyt | National Association of Broadcasters | The Hill |
5/17/22 10:30 AM
Google is ramping up its opposition to the federal government’s Online News Act, warning the proposed new law would “break” its popular search engine.
Bill Curry | The Globe and Mail |
5/17/22 10:22 AM
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says his deal to buy Twitter can’t move forward unless the company shows public proof that less than 5% of the accounts on the social media platform are fake or spam.
Staff | The Associated Press |
5/17/22 09:39 AM
May 17, 2022 -
Michigan newspapers need to post notices of public meetings or other similar announcements online in a manner that is free for everyone, according to a pair of bills Gov. Gretchen Whitmer recently signed into law.
Dave Boucher | Detroit Free Press |
5/17/22 09:28 AM
To coincide with the 80th anniversary of the removal of Japanese Americans from Bainbridge Island during World War II, The Seattle Times published its first “A1 Revisited” project in late March. As part of the package, Seattle Times Executive Editor Michele Matassa Flores wrote a column to apologize for the paper's inaccurate and incomplete coverage of the Japanese American incarceration.
Michele Matassa Flores | The Seattle Times |
5/16/22 05:12 PM
Lobbying groups representing Facebook(FB.O), Twitter(TWTR.N), Google (GOOGL.O) and other tech companies filed an emergency request with the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday, seeking to block a Texas law that prohibits large social media platforms from banning users based on their political views.
Staff | Reuters |
5/16/22 11:14 AM
A new UNESCO policy brief led by ICFJ calls for urgent action to address the news media viability crisis.
Staff | International Center for Journalists |
5/16/22 11:01 AM
As Israel and the Palestinians wrangle over the investigation into the killing of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, several independent groups have launched their own probes. One open-source research team said its initial findings lent support to Palestinian witnesses who said she was killed by Israeli fire.
Josef Federman | The Associated Press |
5/16/22 09:52 AM
A declining share of Americans favor more government regulation of major technology companies, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. Still, a plurality of U.S. adults favor greater regulation of these companies, and a large majority believe it is at least somewhat likely that social media sites censor political viewpoints they find objectionable.
Emily A. Vogels | Pew Research Center |
5/16/22 09:46 AM
Robert W. Decherd will move into an executive chairman role until his retirement to the board next year.
Paul O'Donnell | The Dallas Morning News |
5/13/22 04:05 PM
Jelani Cobb has been named dean of Columbia Journalism School, as of August 1, 2022. Professor Cobb is the Ira A. Lipman Professor of Journalism and Director of the Ira A. Lipman Center for Journalism and Civil and Human Rights.
Lee C. Bollinger | Columbia University in the City of New York |
5/13/22 03:17 PM
Elon Musk said he wanted to confirm Twitter’s findings that spam and fake accounts make up less than 5 percent of its users.
Adam Satariano | The New York Times |
5/13/22 09:03 AM
A veteran Des Moines Register editor, Gage Church, has been named editor of the Ames Tribune.
5/12/22 02:25 PM
James Dao has been named the editorial page editor of The Boston Globe. He will lead the Globe's Opinion team, one of the highest profile positions at New England's largest media company.
Press Release | Boston Globe Media Group |
5/12/22 01:34 PM