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Tampa Bay Times reporters win Pulitzer Prize for ‘Poisoned’ series

Tampa Bay Times reporters Corey G. Johnson, Rebecca Woolington and Eli Murray have won the Pulitzer Prize in the investigative reporting category for exposing dangers at a Tampa factory, the state’s only lead smelter. The series, “Poisoned,” prompted widespread action. more

The Washington Post wins Pulitzer Prize for public service for Jan. 6 coverage

More than 100 journalists contributed to reporting on the Capitol insurrection that was honored by the Pulitzer Prize’s most prestigious award. more

Gannett sells Treasure Coast Newspapers St. Lucie West printing plant for $12.5 million

With the $12.5 million sale of the Treasure Coast Newspapers St. Lucie West printing plant in March, it completes nearly 20 years of news being printed from the site. more

Owner of Maine newspaper to recognize employees’ new union

The union will represent more than 30 newsroom workers at the Bangor Daily News, which covers Maine’s third-largest city and many of its rural northern and eastern communities. more

Chris Lykins named executive editor of digital content for Southern Newspapers

Chris Lykins has been named executive editor of digital content for Southern Newspapers. This newly-created role will help chart digital content direction, create and implement standards across properties and work closely with staff members across SNI's community newspapers, magazines and digital tools. more

The Associated Press names new heads of video, U.S. news

In a memo to staff on Wednesday, it was announced that Sara Gillesby will lead global video for AP and Josh Hoffner will direct U.S. news coverage. more

Gannett grows digital circulation revenue 30% in a year

The first quarter included the launch of Gannett’s “Digital Saturday” initiative in March, which saw it drop Saturday papers in 136 markets in favor of offering subscribers access that day to the entire USA Today digital network. more

Women journalists see harassment as part of the job, a new study finds

Male journalists face less harassment — and different types of it — but seem to see it as part of a job well done. more

How local Gannett sites embraced a whole-community approach to public safety stories

Here’s an idea to steal and adapt: Local news sites nationwide rely too heavily on law enforcement sources, and crime stories dominate their news coverage. Gannett newsrooms committed to repairing relationships and building trust with members of marginalized communities by rethinking community justice and public safety coverage. more

Nebraska Press Association supports law requiring newspapers to post notices on statewide website

May 5, 2022 - One of the most important steps newspaper publishers can take to ensure newspapers continue to remain the exclusive vehicle for public notice is to expand the audience for those notices by posting them on their own website and on their state press associations’ statewide public notice website. more

Musk gets $7B backing for Twitter bid from tech heavyweights

Billionaire Elon Musk has strengthened the equity stake of his offer to buy Twitter with commitments of more than $7 billion from a range of investors, including Silicon Valley heavy hitters like Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison. more

More than 100 local newsrooms closed during the coronavirus pandemic

At first, the pandemic cost newsrooms jobs and communities critical work. Now it’s starting to end entire newsrooms. more

Strengthening press freedom: 10 recommendations for the world’s democracies

On World Press Freedom Day 2022, IPI offered 10 recommendations for what democratic governments must do to better protect press freedom at home and around the world. more

Schiff, Chabot introduce resolution on World Press Freedom Day condemning threats against journalists

Congressmen Adam Schiff (D-California) and Steve Chabot (R-Ohio), co-chairs of the bipartisan Congressional Freedom of the Press Caucus, marked World Press Freedom Day by introducing a resolution highlighting the importance of an independent press to a healthy democracy, condemning threats against members of the media, and reaffirming the United States’ commitment to promoting and defending freedom of the press at home and around the world. more

Huge layoffs expected at Lee Enterprises

Lee Enterprises has been quietly laying off dozens of employees across its local papers and at the corporate level as it continues to cut costs following the unsolicited takeover bid from hedge fund Alden Global Capital, sources tell Axios. more

Precarious conditions in local news sparks collective action

Local news organizations are unionizing at a rapid pace — but how often are these journalists seeing wins? The Center for Innovation and Sustainability in Local Media looked at unionization in the local news field from a solutions-style lens to investigate the frequency and type of successes and limitations. more

Francesca Chambers joins USA TODAY as White House correspondent

USA TODAY announced Francesca Chambers, an eight-year veteran covering the White House, will be joining as a White House correspondent starting May 9. more

Biden meets with parents of missing journalist Austin Tice

President Joe Biden met Monday with the parents of American journalist Austin Tice, who was abducted in Syria nearly 10 years ago, the White House said. more

Adams Publishing Group staffing changes announced in Southern Wisconsin

Adams Publishing Group of Southern Wisconsin has announced upcoming staffing changes at the Cambridge News and Deerfield Independent and the Herald-Independent and McFarland Thistle. more

The Athens Messenger adds new staff writer

The Athens (Ohio) Messenger welcomes its newest staff writer, Nicole Bowman-Layton. more
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