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South Dakota reporter arrested, fired for using Gov. Kristi Noem's phone number to make prank call

A Dakota News Now reporter has been fired, following his arrest in connection with charges alleging he made a prank phone call to the former chair of the South Dakota Republican Party using Gov. Kristi Noem’s personal cell phone number, according to court documents. more

LSU names Kimberly Bissell dean of the Manship School of Mass Communication

LSU has named Kimberly Bissell the dean of the Manship School of Mass Communication, effective July 24, pending approval by the LSU Board of Supervisors. more

Dr. Angela Jerome named assistant director for School of Media & Communication

Dr. Angela Jerome, communication professor, has been named the assistant director of the newly merged School of Media & Communication in the Potter College of Arts & Letters (PCAL) at Western Kentucky University. more

New APG regional president takes reins in Northern Wisconsin

Paul Gaier has joined Adams Publishing Group as its new regional president for Northern Wisconsin, working with newspapers in Eau Claire, Rice Lake, Spooner, Ashland, Sawyer County and Price County. more

The Janesville (Wisc.) Gazette, affiliate papers, announce news coverage changes

The Gazette and affiliated APG publications across southern Wisconsin have implemented a staffing reorganization that will help ensure readers get the best local news coverage. more

The Times-Picayune | to produce weekly content series with Derek Carr

The Times-Picayune |, The Advocate and The Acadiana Advocate have announced a content series with New Orleans Saints quarterback Derek Carr and OOFOS each week throughout the regular season and into the playoffs. more

If you’re a reporter, how sneaky are you willing to be? Here’s an exercise.

Here are some scenarios of newsgathering — all from real-life situations — that require at least a moment’s pause and contemplation. Would you do any of these, if the story were important enough? more

Bloomberg Media is keeping its audience first: Optimizing the experience for users and advertisers

In 2022 Bloomberg Media CEO M. Scott Havens announced the company’s shift to an audience-first mentality with every action and decision the teams make. The new blog series, “How We’re Keeping Our Audience First,” written by the teams implementing this mandate, will help show how Bloomberg Media is better serving its users. The first of this series explains how Bloomberg Media’s advertising product and innovation teams are creating a better ad experience on more

Are news outlets using the wrong metrics to assess sites’ success?

News organizations seeking to measure their websites’ success typically have focused on two metrics: page views and time spent on the site. But data collected and analyzed from the Medill Subscriber Engagement Index indicates that such an approach is misguided. more

Nicole Avery Nichols named Detroit Free Press executive editor

The Detroit Free Press has announced the appointment of Nicole Avery Nichols as executive editor.  A seasoned journalist and media executive with more than three decades of newsroom experience, Nichols most recently served as editor in chief at Chalkbeat, a nonprofit news organization focused on education in America. more

Google, Meta executives push back against Canada online news bill

Google and Meta would withdraw access to news articles in Canada if legislation compelling internet companies to pay news publishers is passed, company executives told Canadian lawmakers on Wednesday. more

UN chief urges all nations to stop targeting media and truth

The United Nations chief warned on the eve of World Press Freedom Day that the media is under attack in every corner of the world and urged all nations to stop the targeting of truth and those who report it. more

'Reporters Shield' launches on World Press Freedom Day

New program helps defend media outlets against vexatious lawsuits. more

USA Today editor-in-chief Nicole Carroll joins ASU Media Enterprise

USA TODAY editor-in-chief Nicole Carroll has joined the ASU Media Enterprise as executive director of a new initiative focused on reimagining local journalism. more

A.G. Sulzberger delivers 2023 World Press Freedom Day keynote address

New York Times publisher A.G. Sulzberger delivered the opening remarks at the World Press Freedom Day conference hosted by UNESCO. more

The Associated Press: Climate and Environment team adds 2 journalists

The Associated Press has announced two new hires to its Climate and Environment team. more

How Substack has helped FT persuade readers to pay for email newsletters

Sarah Ebner says Substack has proved people are willing to pay for newsletters. more

National Mall site approved for memorial to fallen journalists

Federal officials have approved a site on the National Mall for the capital’s first memorial dedicated to journalists who have died while reporting the news and to the role of the free press in a democracy, the foundation planning the project announced Monday. more

Most U.S. journalists are concerned about press freedoms

Most journalists in the United States are concerned about the future of press freedoms in the country, according to a 2022 Pew Research Center survey of nearly 12,000 working U.S.-based journalists. more

Robert Allbritton launches non-profit educational organization to provide practical training for aspiring journalists

Fellows will earn $60,000 per year while learning to produce journalism that’s worthy of Americans’ trust. more
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