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Jeremy Speer to lead Ogden Newspapers' NW Ohio papers

Jeremy Speer, publisher of The Courier in Findlay, The Advertiser-Tribune in Tiffin and Review Times in Fostoria has been promoted to group publisher of Ogden Newspapers’ five papers in northwest Ohio, adding the Sandusky Register and Norwalk Reflector to the publications he oversees. more

Stacker names Micah Cohen editor-in-chief

Stacker, a news agency offering a newswire that provides data-driven feature content to thousands of news outlets across the country, has appointed Micah Cohen to the newly created role of editor-in-chief. Cohen will oversee Stacker’s growing newsroom, leading content strategy and managing data reporting and editorial. more

Paxton Media sells the weekly Sumter Times to D-R Media

Paxton Media has sold the 142-year-old weekly Sumter Times, the county seat weekly in Sumter, Florida, to D-R Media. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed. more

Meet The Sand Mountain Reporter’s new advertising director

Former circulation manager for The Sand Mountain Reporter, Jonathan Bottomlee, has jumped back into sales, taking the lead as advertising director. more

Eastern Washington council bans newspapers from City Hall

The Spokane Valley City Council in eastern Washington in an unusual move has banned newspapers from the City Hall lobby. more

Gannett names Roxanna Scott executive editor, vice president of USA TODAY Sports

In her new role, Roxanna Scott will work closely with sports editors across the country on coverage plans, recruiting and staff development. more

Nonprofit news outlets are playing a growing role in statehouse coverage

Nonprofit news organizations are playing an increasingly important role in covering state capitols, according to a recent Pew Research Center study. more

Disinformation board to tackle Russia, migrant smugglers

The Department of Homeland Security is stepping up an effort to counter disinformation coming from Russia as well as misleading information that human smugglers circulate to target migrants hoping to travel to the U.S.-Mexico border. more

How it became normal for public officials to attack journalists

A California sheriff’s targeting of a reporter is the latest instance of authorities misusing power. "These are steps toward autocracy," says one press freedom advocate. more

Top 50 news sites in the world: Almost all the biggest sites see traffic boosts amid war in Ukraine

All but one of the 10 biggest English-language news sites in the world saw year-on-year increases in traffic in March. more

Ways to support disabled journalists in your newsroom

Here are a few suggestions of how newsroom leaders can support disabled journalists. more

Odessa American announces conversion to digital editions

The Odessa American announced today — effective April 30 — the conversion from a seven days per week print publication to a seven days per week digital-only edition supplemented by two days per week of continued print publication. more

John Wagner promoted to managing editor of County News Review

John Wagner will succeed Rachel Kytonen, who has resigned to become the city administrator for the city of Braham. more

$25,000 Collier Prize awarded to the Miami Herald and ProPublica

A five-part series on a Florida government program that failed to aid families of children who suffered catastrophic brain injuries at birth earned the Miami Herald and ProPublica the 2022 Collier Prize for State Government Accountability. more

Tips on covering ARPA and infrastructure / environment

Here are tips on covering ARPA and infrastructure/environment. more

Daily Star names Valerie Secor general manager

Valerie Secor, advertising director of The Daily Star in Oneonta, New York, has been promoted to general manager of the paper, Publisher Fred Scheller announced Tuesday. more

Before Washington’s ‘nerd prom,’ lots of risk-benefit calculation

Dr. Anthony S. Fauci won’t attend the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner, but President Biden has concluded it is worth the risk. more

Musk’s Twitter ambitions to collide with Europe’s tech rules

A hands-off approach to moderating content at Elon Musk’s Twitter could clash with ambitious new laws in Europe meant to protect users from disinformation, hate speech and other harmful material. more

AP announces 1 director, 4 incumbents at annual meeting

One new director and four incumbents were named to The Associated Press board of directors, it was announced following the news cooperative’s annual meeting at its New York headquarters. more

Former Tribune-Herald publisher Jim Wilson dies at 68

Veteran newspaper executive Jim Wilson, who served as the publisher of Waco Tribune-Herald from 2012 until his retirement in 2020, died April 15 after a battle with cancer. He was 68. more
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