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Report for America welcomes newest corps members despite growing cuts to newsrooms across the country

Report for America will place more than 60 reporters and photojournalists in new positions at local newsrooms across the country this summer. more

Iowa federal judge tosses Devin Nunes defamation case against reporter

The suit stemmed from a political reporter's investigation into claims the former congressman's family used undocumented workers on their Iowa dairy farm. more

Black U.S. podcast listeners choose distinct topics, have different reasons for listening than other groups

About half of Americans (49%) say they have listened to a podcast in the past year, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. This share is roughly consistent across racial and ethnic groups, but Black podcast listeners tend to turn to podcasts about certain topics more frequently and listen to them for different reasons than listeners of other racial and ethnic backgrounds. more

The first Substack dedicated to war correspondence launches

“I’ve decided to go back into Ukraine to keep reporting,” war correspondent Tim Mak writes in his first Substack newsletter. “This time, alone.” more

From institutions to individuals: How Americans are now looking to public figures for news and information

The American public’s trust in institutions continues to erode — particularly confidence in organizations that provide news and information. Yet, a new study from Gallup and Knight Foundation finds that many Americans turn to individuals with public platforms for information and place a great deal of trust in these individuals.   more

WITF and LNP | LancasterOnline forge new model for local news, community education and civic engagement in Central Pennsylvania

LNP Media Group, owned by Steinman Communications Inc., and WITF have announced that together the two organizations are forging a new model for local news, community education and civic engagement in Central Pennsylvania. more

Committee votes 9-0 in favor of California Journalism Preservation Act

This week, at a hearing of the California State Assembly Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection, members voted 9-0 in favor of the California Journalism Preservation Act (CJPA, AB 886). more

Facebook, Twitter to face new EU content rules by Aug. 25

The world's largest social media platforms Facebook, Twitter, TikTok and others will have to crack down on illegal and harmful content or else face hefty fines under the European Union's Digital Services Act from as early as Aug. 25. more

3 tips for building trust with rural communities

Recognize your role as a member of “the media,” lean into complexity and nuance, and get to know the people you aim to serve. more

Georges Media Group announces the launch of the Shreveport-Bossier Advocate

Georges Media Group, Louisiana’s largest locally owned media organization and publisher of The Times-Picayune |, The Advocate, The Acadiana Advocate and Gambit, has announced a full expansion of its news coverage into the Shreveport-Bossier City market. more

Natalie Acra named Daily News publisher in Greensburg, Indiana

Natalie Acra has been promoted from general manager to publisher of the Daily News in Greensburg, Indiana. more

To build a culture of recruitment, teach your staff to become talent ambassadors for your organization

The keys to modernizing your newspaper's recruiting efforts include three important steps, recruitment expert Julian Placino told attendees at the Mega-Conference.


Lessons from the digital subscriptions sprint cohort for Table Stakes alumni

In the digital subscription cohort for alumni of the Table Stakes Local News Transformation Program, five teams were challenged to think creatively about growing and retaining digital audiences through experimentation. In this Better News piece, each team shares the challenge it took on over the four months and highlights its biggest lessons. more

Prison journalist shows why we need a free press — even behind bars

Jason Walker has been reporting from inside his cell at great risk to his personal safety. more

Court denies request to lift gag order in Idaho killings

The Idaho Supreme Court on Monday rejected a request by 30 news organizations to lift a gag order in the criminal case of a man accused of stabbing four University of Idaho students to death. more

Natacha Pisarenko named Southern Cone news director with The Associated Press

In a memo to staff on April 24, News Director for Latin America and the Caribbean Eduardo Castillo announced that Natacha Pisarenko will oversee all news coverage in Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay. more

AP VoteCast data from midterms is now available

The Associated Press and NORC at the University of Chicago has made available the data from AP VoteCast’s more than 120,000 interviews with voters in the runup to the 2022 U.S. midterm elections. more

Elon Musk’s Twitter drops government-funded media labels

Twitter has removed labels describing global media organizations as government-funded or state-affiliated, a move that comes after the Elon Musk-owned platform started stripping blue verification checkmarks from accounts that don’t pay a monthly fee. more

The Post and Courier relaunches climate and environment newsletter, Rising Waters

The Post and Courier (Charleston, South Carolina) is relaunching its climate and environment newsletter with a new name, Rising Waters: Climate Stories of the South. This newsletter will focus on the environment and climate issues not only facing the South Carolina Lowcountry, but the entire Southeast region of the United States. more

Building a stronger local media ecosystem: The role of media policy

Many of the media policy issues at the local, state and national levels are similar regardless of their origin. This report from the Tow Center for Digital Journalism highlights those recurring challenges and considerations, as well as some of the ideas and opportunities that might help to address them. more
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