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Chartbeat acquires Lineup Systems and Tubular Labs to help media companies grow reach and revenue

"Adding Lineup and Tubular to the Chartbeat toolkit fully equips our clients’ teams with a cutting-edge technological answer at every part of the reader journey." — John Saroff, CEO, Chartbeat more

Misinformation ‘superspreader’ engagement increased 44% on Twitter since Musk purchase, study says

Musk’s personal account was responsible for part of that traction increase, the Science Feedback study found. more

Alliance for Audited Media, BPA Worldwide complete merger

The Alliance for Audited Media and BPA Worldwide have completed a merger, creating the largest not-for-profit media auditing organization dedicated to increasing trust, transparency and assurance across the media industry. more

How the Border Belt Independent provides deep-dives for North Carolina newsrooms

Here’s an idea to steal and adapt: As a digital news start-up, the Border Belt Independent partners with local newspapers to provide them with long-form stories at no cost. It helps grow our audience and provides them with in-depth reporting their readers expect. more

In a boost for data-driven journalism, Center for Public Integrity acquires The Accountability Project

The Center for Public Integrity will steward and grow a powerful tool that puts public records at the fingertips of journalists across the country, thanks to support from the Reva and David Logan Foundation and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. more

The case for government support of local journalism

A conversation with Anna Brugmann of Rebuild Local News. more

Gifts will fund coverage of faith, religion news at the Miami Herald and el Nuevo Herald

New philanthropic gifts will allow the Miami Herald and its Spanish-language partner publication, el Nuevo Herald, to reinstitute regular news coverage of religion and communities of faith in South Florida. more

Official to represent self in Vegas reporter-slaying trial

A former Las Vegas-area elected official endured searing questions from a state court judge but got the go-ahead Tuesday to represent himself at trial on a murder charge in the killing of a veteran investigative journalist. more

How to tell if your news organization suffers from founder’s syndrome

Stave off founderitis by focusing on the fundamentals. more

Bodycam footage confirms Asheville police targeted journalists

An Asheville, North Carolina, police officer is shown suggesting his colleagues arrest journalists “because they’re videotaping” in new body camera footage of a homeless encampment sweep. more

Column introduces hybrid model for Florida counties and newspapers

HB7049: Legal Notices was passed and signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis in Florida’s 2022 legislative session. The law went into effect on Jan. 1 and makes Florida one of the few U.S. states to allow the publication of public notices on designated government websites in addition to print newspapers. more

SCS announces promotion of long-time developer

SCS is excited to announce that Michael Grabowski has been promoted to director of application development. more

Journalists must understand the power of community engagement to earn trust

Residents of neighborhoods that have been misrepresented have lost faith that coverage will ever improve. more

Rapid demise of ‘Dilbert’ is no surprise to those watching

The comic strip “Dilbert” disappeared with lightning speed following racist remarks by creator Scott Adams, but it shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone who has followed them both. more

See pages from final editions of Birmingham News, Huntsville Times and Mobile Press-Register

The final editions of the three largest newspapers in Alabama have one unifying theme: Alabama Media Group journalists will continue to evolve with readers and keep delivering high-quality, digital journalism. more

Inland Foundation elects Masterson and Waters to Foundation board

The Inland Press Foundation has elected Bill Masterson and Bradley Waters to serve on the Foundation board of directors. more

Where did Facebook’s funding for journalism really go?

How much money do we know made its way from Meta to U.S. local news organizations through major grant-giving programs? Which news organizations received that money? How much did they get and for what? Which, if any, were repeat beneficiaries? more

The news Philadelphians use: Analyzing the local media landscape

The Center for Media Engagement, with funding from The Lenfest Institute and Independence Public Media Foundation, analyzed over 60,000 local media articles across 86 sites and the perceptions 1,500 Philadelphians have about their local media. These two analyses, and the comparison between them, allowed us to examine where there are gaps in the news ecosystem. more

News outlets demand release of Jan. 6 footage given to Tucker Carlson

Scores of news organizations — including The Washington Post — on Friday demanded congressional leaders release a trove of surveillance footage from the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol that the House speaker provided exclusively to Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who has downplayed the violence. more

Opinion | Hundreds of newspapers drop the comic Dilbert after its author’s racist comments

This is not the first time Scott Adams has been at the center of controversy. But it’s certainly the most consequential. more
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