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Meta to sell blue badge on Instagram and Facebook as Zuckerberg borrows Musk’s playbook

Facebook-parent Meta has launched a subscription service, called Meta Verified, that will allow users to add the coveted blue check mark to their Instagram and Facebook accounts for up to $15 a month by verifying their identity, its chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said on Sunday, tapping a new revenue channel that has returned mixed success for its smaller rival Twitter. more

How to keep your Twitter account secure — without paying

Here are some questions and answers about why Twitter made this change and alternative ways to secure your account. more

Drama of McCarthy’s election may open House to more cameras

“I’m guardedly optimistic that the speaker would consider independent media coverage, if not permanently, at least on request. We had a lot of positive feedback from both sides of the aisle.” — Ben O’Connell, C-SPAN director of editorial operations more

The case that could change the internet

With congressional lawmakers at a standstill over solutions to rein in Big Tech, the Supreme Court is stepping in to take a swing at curbing internet regulation. more

Fox hosts didn’t believe 2020 election fraud claims

Hosts at Fox News had serious concerns about allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election being made by guests who were allies of former President Donald Trump, according to court filings in a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against the network. more

Newmark alum wins First Amendment case over 2016 arrest while reporting on protests

The city of Baton Rouge settled a First Amendment federal case with Karen Savage, a Class of 2016 graduate and adjunct instructor at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY. The settlement acknowledged that its police officers violated her press freedoms when they handcuffed her and put her in jail for 24 hours while covering a protest in response to a police killing in 2016.  more

Twitter is removing free API access and no one is excited

The API has been used by researchers to identify content that is going viral and to quickly map out disinformation networks. more

ENC newspaper print cycle changes and more

The Goldsboro News Argus, New Bern Sun Journal, Kinston Free Press, Jacksonville Daily News and Roanoke Rapids Herald are changing our print publication cycles beginning at the end of February and the beginning of March while at the same time beefing up our digital reporting and marketing opportunities. more

No money, no mission: Nine lessons from the 2023 News Philanthropy Summit

Fundraising is hard. It takes perseverance, commitment, and a willingness to take risks. We are stretched too thin, and sometimes our colleagues don’t understand what we do and how challenging it is. We face rejection all the time, and no matter how much we raise, it can feel like it’s never enough. And yet, working with donors is such a special, profound partnership. more

Adam Meyer promoted to publisher of Jackson Hole News&Guide

The Jackson (Wyoming) Hole News&Guide has a new publisher. Adam Meyer, a minority owner of this paper’s parent company, Teton Media Works, has been promoted from the associate publisher role he held for seven years. more

The Associated Press announces additions to U.S. News team

U.S. News Director Josh Hoffner has announced two key hires to AP’s U.S. News team. more

AP to develop 5 AI projects with local newsrooms 

As part of its ongoing efforts to help local newsrooms integrate automation and artificial intelligence technology, The Associated Press will tackle five AI projects stretching from Michigan to Puerto Rico. more

Opinion | Ron DeSantis’ latest culture-war target: Media libel laws

When Donald Trump pledged in 2016 to “open up” libel laws, critics guffawed, noting that a U.S. president lacked the authority to tinker with Supreme Court doctrine. more

First nonprofit news publishers to use Medill’s subscriber engagement tool

Five members of the INN Network are the first nonprofit news organizations to participate in the Subscriber Engagement Index, a project of Northwestern University’s Medill Spiegel Research Center and Mather Economics that uses data science to study how news audiences build long-term relationships with news organizations.  more

John D’Orlando joins Wick Communications as COO

John D’Orlando, 61, spent more than five years as president and publisher of the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson, and has served as vice president/advertising director of the Orlando Sentinel Media Group in Orlando, Florida.  more

Alliance for Audited Media, Ad Fontes Media partner to launch Media Bias Chart for audited publishers

Ad Fontes rates AAM-audited publishers as least biased, most reliable sources of news and information. more

'Shop Saraland' special section highlights local advertisers and the benefits of supporting local businesses

An Alabama newspaper recently customized a themed special section from Metro to make “Shop Local” their own, just in time for the holiday season. more

Technology for newsroom 3.0: AI is revolutionizing the media landscape

Newsroom 3.0 has to meet the needs of consumers who already demand "real-time" information. At Protecmedia, we are focusing our efforts in three fundamental areas: process automation, removal of repetitive tasks and the search for news-oriented processes. more

McClatchy Media Network partners with on new obituary management services

McClatchy, one of the largest media companies in the United States, with over 80 million unique visitors, has announced its partnership with and its media technology brands to power a suite of comprehensive obituary management services for all McClatchy publications. more

Guessing games are never that fun ... especially when it comes to pagination

We understand that one of the most tedious parts of public notice processing is the back-and-forth guessing game of how much space is needed to layout the notices on the page. Luckily, our pagination tools can help! more
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