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'Public Media and the Future of Local Journalism' position paper released

A coalition of public media organizations has published "Public Media and the Future of Local Journalism." The paper, endorsed by more than 120 leaders across public media, presents a shared vision for the role public media can play in the future of local news and provides specific action items to face the growing information crisis. more

Anthony DiClemente named SVP, investor relations, with The New York Times Company

The New York Times Company has announced that Anthony DiClemente has been named senior vice president, investor relations. more

Developing and deploying AI responsibly: Elements of an effective legislative framework to regulate AI

September 14, 2023 - On Tuesday, Sept. 12, Microsoft Vice Chair and President Brad Smith testified before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee for a hearing entitled, “Oversight of A.I.: Legislating on Artificial Intelligence.” more

New dual degree combines journalism with social policy

In response to a rapidly changing journalism industry, Northwestern University has launched a new five-year dual degree program between the School of Education and Social Policy (SESP) and the Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications. more

NJCH and the Center for Cooperative Media launch new 'South Jersey Community Reporters' initiative

Selected participants will receive funding and mentorship to strengthen local news and community resilience in Black communities across South Jersey. more

Feds target Google ‘power of defaults’ in second day of antitrust trial

An expert for the prosecution testified that as creatures of habit, humans would rather stick with a default setting then do even the simplest steps to change something. more

RCFP to Supreme Court: Practice of live audio streaming oral arguments should be made permanent

RCFP and 62 media organizations argue that live audio streaming “unequivocally benefits the public and the press.” more

White House sends letter to news execs urging outlets to ‘ramp up’ scrutiny of GOP’s Biden impeachment inquiry ‘based on lies’

The White House sent a letter to top U.S. news executives on Wednesday, urging them to intensify their scrutiny of House Republicans after Speaker Kevin McCarthy launched an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, despite having found no evidence of a crime. more

Dallas Morning News offers buyouts as it seeks profitability

The buyouts could eliminate as many as 40 jobs — a 6% reduction in head count — across the company. more

Freeze out: Politicians retaliate against the press using public notices

September 14, 2023 - Retaliation against newspapers using public notice contracts is not new, and it’s happening around the country. more

Jeff Jarvis announces plans to leave CUNY’s Newmark Graduate School of Journalism

"I am leaving CUNY’s Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the end of this term. Technically I’m retiring, though if you know me you know I will never retire." — Jeff Jarvis more

A publisher’s guide to personalized content recommendations

Many publishers face a common challenge: a significant number of one-and-done visitors who leave their site after reading just one article. To drive growth and profitability, it’s essential for publishers to increase the average number of page views per session. more

Redefining retention: Driving loyalty across the customer lifecycle

This latest report from FT Strategies and the Google News Initiative aims to help publishers accelerate their reader revenue streams by creating a reader-first strategy and culture, optimizing reader engagement and building an outcome-driven "North Star" strategy. more

Revolutionize your subscriptions: Eight ways a digital-first platform outperforms legacy circulation systems

Readers now demand personalized experiences, enticing deals and seamless purchase processes. But adapting to this digital landscape requires overcoming challenges. more

Lyle Printing and Publishing selects SCS to provide ad, production and editorial system

Lyle Printing and Publishing, of Salem, Ohio, has selected SCS to provide its Community Advertising System and Community Publishing System. Farm and Dairy, which serves the rural communities of Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, is the company’s flagship publication. more

Automated weather warning texts now available across all U.S. states

United Robots has launched a new weather warnings product. With automated texts about extreme weather, local newsrooms can service readers with fast and reliable updates, allowing reporters to focus on covering developments on the ground. more

Let’s talk politics (2024 edition) – before it’s too late to profit

You may think that 2024 is next year. Lucky you. For those of us who make their living getting people elected and ideas codified into law, the 2024 election year arrived just a few weeks ago, in late August, roughly six months from March 2024 Super Tuesday. more

LIVE WEBINAR: Protecting Your Content from AI (Sept. 21)

Our-Hometown will be hosting a LIVE WEBINAR on "Protecting Your Content from AI," Sept. 21 at 2 p.m. Eastern. Learn how Our-Hometown can help protect your newspaper from AI scraping your content without your permission. more

Frequence launches sales enablement features for media sellers

Frequence recently added a suite of sales activation and reporting features for its end-to-end platform that will enable partners to sell more advertising, provide strategic consultative support and grow revenue. more

Column and Tampa Bay Times partner to modernize public notice advertising

Column has announced the Tampa Bay Times as a new publishing partner, among its latest cohort of newspaper groups to adopt its public notice software platform. more
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