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New open-source design system from The Washington Post now available

The Washington Post has launched an open-source design system, making the fundamental code that powers The Post and its features available publicly for the first time. more

Transparency: Your key to success

When it comes to reporting, are you seeing everything that you need to see? Transparency is key to building strong relationships, long-term success and determining where changes need to be implemented. Here at AdCellerant, we walk the walk and talk the talk when it comes to transparency. more

Protecmedia and Tecnavia: A successful collaboration with the best of industry

A recently signed agreement brings Protecmedia and Tecnavia together, opening the door for interesting and exciting new perspectives in the media industry. more

Lifetime value as the north star to optimize your go-to-market offers

This post summarizes our latest findings on Digital Subscription Offer Optimization stemming from extensive economic modeling and A/B testing of subscription offers and audience segmentation. In this post, we give an overview of the topic and research approach. more

May 26 webinar: Our Hometown Digital Initiative – Grant Overview

According to Pew Research, 89% of Americans get news from digital devices. Despite this fact, many newspapers in the U.S. do not have a website (or don’t have the resources to keep it updated with current news). Join us May 26 at 2 p.m. EDT for a discussion on Our Hometown’s Digital Initiative to get all U.S. newspapers online.  more

Case study: Bucks County Herald streamlines its editorial process with the help of SCS

The Bucks County Herald in Lahaska, Pennsylvania, leveraged the Community Publishing System provided by Software Consulting Services to streamline its editorial processes. Read this case study to see how the paper increased efficiency, improved the editing process and enhanced layout workflow. more

Column has been building exciting new tools for publishers; hear about them on May 25

Join us on May 25th for The Brief, a new virtual event hosted by Column. For the first time, Column will announce its latest product developments and updates in a live broadcast. more

The Argus-Press goes to the cloud with ProImage’s NewsWayX

The Argus-Press in Owosso, Michigan, replaced its local workflow with the cloud-based ProImage NewsWayX production workflow to enjoy the cloud-based solution's speed and flexibility. more

NBA and NHL playoffs: Do-or-die drama is the perfect time for publishers to start DML partnerships

Hardware defines sports legacies. And the coming months are prime time for emerging legends — with the Larry O'Brien Trophy and the Stanley Cup on the line. The marathon playoff seasons for pro basketball and hockey hit a dramatic stride in May and culminate in mid-June (for NBA) and early July (for hockey). more

Zeina Karam named deputy Europe news director for The Associated Press

Zeina Karam, The Associated Press’ current news director for Lebanon, Syria and Iraq, has been named deputy news director for Europe, rounding out the region’s leadership team. more

Kickoff session of new Executive Development Program held April 9-10

The kickoff session of the new Executive Development Program hosted by America's Newspapers and funded by the Inland Press Foundation was held April 9-10 in Orlando, Florida, in advance of the Mega-Conference. more

18 news outlets ask court to release filings in Meadows lawsuit against Jan. 6 committee

Eighteen news outlets have asked a court to publicly release the filings from former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows’s lawsuit against the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol. more

How to fund and sustain news outlets created by and for people of color: Insights from The Pivot Fund podcast

Tracie Powell, journalist and founder of a new venture philanthropy organization, shares five podcast episodes about funding, sustaining and growing community news outlets. more

Interactive elections coverage: Tips and tricks

Interactivity and efficiency can change how readers interact with politics. more

How do newsrooms talk to readers when they’ve really screwed up? With process, transparency, and trust

At their best, they talk explicitly about reader trust — how it gets earned and lost. They lay out their standards and where they fell short. They make opaque newsroom processes transparent. And they show their work. more

Supreme Court leak inquiry exposes gray area of press protections

No law or written code of conduct prescribes how an investigation into the leak of a draft opinion should proceed, or whether journalists will be swept into it. more

Pulitzer Prize in Public Service Journalism awarded to The Washington Post for Jan. 6 coverage

The Washington Post won the Pulitzer Prize in public service journalism Monday for its coverage of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, an attack on democracy that was a shocking start to a tumultuous year that also saw the end of the United States’ longest war, in Afghanistan. Plus, view the winners and finalists in each category of the Journalism awards. more

Melinda Henneberger wins Pulitzer Prize for Star columns on former KCK detective

Melinda Henneberger, a member of The Star’s editorial board for the past five years, on Monday was awarded the Pulitzer Prize, journalism’s most prestigious honor. more

Miami Herald wins Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News for Surfside condo collapse coverage

When Miami awoke to the stunning, heartbreaking news of the sudden collapse of Champlain Tower South in Surfside overnight in June, readers found the Miami Herald had already been reporting for hours. And for that ample, wide-ranging reporting of the June 24 catastrophe that killed 98 people, the Miami Herald has won its 23rd Pulitzer Prize. more

The New York Times wins Pulitzers for international reporting, national reporting and criticism

The New York Times won multiple Pulitzers on Monday — for international reporting, national reporting and criticism. more
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