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Apple, Google, Meta targeted under new European law meant to prevent cornering of digital markets

European Union regulators opened investigations into Apple, Google and Meta on Monday, the first cases under a sweeping new law designed to stop Big Tech companies from cornering digital markets. more

Carpenter Media Group completes acquisition of Black Press Media

Carpenter Media Group has completed its acquisition of U.S. and Canadian publisher Black Press Media in a stock purchase with Canadian financial partner Canso Investment Counsel, LTD. New corporate entities were formed in the U.S. and Canada to hold the stock and assets. CMG and Canso will share total ownership equally, and CMG will manage the companies. more

Your newsroom needs an AI ethics policy. Start here.

March 25, 2024 - Until we create standards around artificial intelligence — even though it’s early in the game — we are holding back innovation. more

Knight Foundation Endowment to help expand Sunshine Week under University of Florida leadership

The University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications (UFCJC)  and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation today announced the establishment of the Knight Sunshine Fund at the University of Florida, an endowment of $575,000 to help expand the reach and impact of Sunshine Week and increase public awareness of the importance of open government. more

AP, Texas Tribune to share select news content in new collaboration

The Associated Press and The Texas Tribune have announced a content sharing agreement, in which both organizations will benefit from each other’s journalism. more

Brent Maze joins Selma Times-Journal as publisher

Boone Newsmedia, Inc., has appointed Brent Maze as the publisher of The Selma (Alabama) Times-Journal and The Demopolis Times. more

Hunter Herbaugh promoted to editor of the Miles City Star

Glendive Ranger-Review reporter Hunter Herbaugh has been promoted to editor of the Miles City (Montana) Star. He takes over for retiring editor Andy Prutsok beginning on March 25. more

America's Newspapers welcomes Vistar Media as new member

OOH (out-of-home) campaigns inform, entertain, attract — and they can change the course of someone’s afternoon. Vistar Media facilitates that serendipity hundreds of thousands of times a day. READ MORE more

Congress may soon pass federal shield law. It’s been a long time coming.

After years of effort by press freedom advocates and their allies, Congress in its current session seems to be on the verge of finally passing a federal reporter shield law, which would give broad protection to journalists from being compelled to reveal the names of sources and methods in federal court testimony. more

How journalists can incorporate mutual aid to support one another and their communities

As newsrooms navigate financial pressures and shifts in ownership, many journalists have turned to mutual aid to support one another.  more

How moral injury is impacting the news industry and what you can do about it

Moral injury can lead to depression, substance abuse or burnout, which is one reason news managers need to understand the phenomenon of moral injury — and ways to address it or head it off. They also need to understand the ways in which their own organizations can cause or contribute to moral injury. more

What publishers of color taught me about building equitable collaborations

Newsroom partnerships can be powerful — and fraught, especially when access to resources is unequal. Here are ways to navigate that. more

Elected officials, local newspapers from across New York rally to save local news

The Empire State Local News Coalition, a statewide advocacy group of more than 150 local news outlets, and elected officials rallied March 20 at the State Capitol in support of the Local Journalism Sustainability Act. more

America's Newspapers welcomes Xalok as new member

Xalok is a leading company in content management for media.  They offer a robust and comprehensive CMS that enables media outlets and other organizations to effectively manage their onlline content. READ MORE more

Elevating engagement: The crucial role of email collection in building customer loyalty

The shift toward data-driven strategies is undeniable, and understanding the importance of growing first-party data is a vital step toward thriving in this new era. At the heart of this transformation lies a fundamental — yet often overlooked — truth: the immense value of collecting email addresses. more

Tired of third-party companies pirating your content? PopMount can help you fight back

PopMount wants to help members of America's Newspapers get ahead of third-party companies that are pirating your content and benefiting financially without your permission! more

Speed, 24/7 coverage and pageviews: How Advance Local leverages automated weather warnings

How are automated weather warnings helping Advance Local’s newsrooms? Content generated for the papers by automated weather warnings is very new. But, based on the experiences at, there are at least three distinct wins! more

Column offers three plans to help publishers meet their public notice needs

Did you know that Column now offers three distinct pricing plans to accommodate publishers of all shapes and sizes nationwide? Schedule a call with our team to find out which plan is the best fit for your paper. more

CDO Magazine experiences surge in user count and organic traffic following its transition to Quintype

CDO Magazine reports that pageviews have skyrocketed by 60%, following its transition to two CMS products from Quintype. In addition, the number of monthly active users has doubled, indicating a significant increase in user engagement. more

Updated look for readers

The Center Square newswire, a project of the nonprofit Franklin News Foundation, launches an updated platform for readers nationwide more
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