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Reassessing real estate needs: It's a strategic dance

The delicate balance between achieving long-term control in a particular location and mitigating short-term exposure in an ever-changing market has become a pivotal aspect of strategic real estate planning. more

How Hispanic Americans get their news

U.S.-born Latinos overwhelmingly prefer to get their news in English; about half of immigrant Latinos prefer it in Spanish. more

Gannett and McClatchy cut back relationship with AP

The Associated Press said the decisions by the two major newspaper chains “would not have a material impact on our overall revenue.” more

Lenfest Institute for Journalism CEO on saving and growing local news

This year began with a series of bleak stories about the predicament of local news in America, but there are bright spots. One is in Philadelphia, where the Lenfest Institute for Journalism keeps finding ways to expand local and regional coverage and generate helpful ideas for the industry. more

Miami Herald wins Brechner FOI Award for 'Shakedown City'

The Miami Herald is the winner of the 2024 Brechner Freedom of Information Award for “Shakedown City,” an investigation into government corruption within the city of Miami that spawned a series of investigations by the FBI, Internal Revenue Service, Securities and Exchange Commission and state ethics commission. more

Nebraska Supreme Court rebuffs news organization in dispute over public records costs

The court overturned a trial judge who had sided with Flatwater Free Press over a $44,000 bill to receive public records. more

Opinion | Love your community and watch your revenue models do better

Journalists should not be outsiders, watching curiously like aliens examining broadcasts from outer space. They are part of the community. more

AP adds new end-of-season Top 25 college basketball poll

The Associated Press for the first time will release end-of-season Top 25 polls for men’s and women’s basketball following the NCAA Tournament championship games. more

One way to help a journalism industry in crisis: Make J-School free

Many uncertainties haunt the field of journalism today — among them, how we can reach our audience, build public trust in our work, and who is going to pay for it all. But one thing is certain: as complicated and dark as the world looks today, it would be much worse if journalists were not there to report on it. more

South Carolina Press Association announces new leader

Nathaniel Abraham Jr., publisher of Carolina Panorama in Columbia, has been elected president of the South Carolina Press Association after a vote of the press association’s membership. more

NewsGuard launches suite of AI anti-misinfo tools

March 17, 2024 - A fact-checking outlet is trying to teach artificial intelligence not to unwittingly spread fake pictures, videos, and other hoaxes about Joe Biden and Donald Trump in the leadup to the 2024 election. more

Female artists are disappearing from print comics at chain newspapers

Creators are thriving in other mediums. Are print comic strips nearing the end? more

Manny García, Angel Rodríguez announced as new top editors at Houston Landing

Manny García is the new editor in chief of Houston Landing, CEO Peter Bhatia announced Friday. Angel Rodríguez will join him as managing editor.  more

A letter to the field: From Press Forward's new director

In April, the Pooled Fund will open for applications from local news initiatives in one or more priority areas. more

Scott Gillespie, long-time Star Tribune opinion and news editor, to retire

The Star Tribune Media Company has announced that its long-time editorial page editor, Scott Gillespie, is retiring. Following a storied, 32-year career at the Star Tribune, Gillespie’s last day will be Monday, June 3. more

Alaska Senate unanimously passes bill to take some legal notices out of newspapers

The suspense over Alaska Senate Bill 68, which would remove the legal requirement that public notices related to the sale and removal of water, are to be placed in local newspapers, is resolved. more

National Trust launches groundbreaking commercial printing facility to serve Colorado's local news ecosystem

The National Trust for Local News has announced the launch of a mission-driven commercial printing facility dedicated to strengthening the local news ecosystem across Colorado’s Front Range. This innovative Denver facility marks the debut of the first new newspaper printing press in the country in several years. more

If you want America’s story told, Mr. President, save local newspapers

America’s story isn’t getting told because more than half of U.S. counties lost all or nearly all of their reliable, local news sources over the last two decades. more

Meta to replace widely used data tool — and largely cut off reporter access

Meta Platforms plans to shut down a data tool long used by academic researchers, journalists and others to monitor the spread of content on its Facebook and Instagram services, the company said. more

Kerrville, Texas, publisher announces her retirement

The Kerrville (Texas) Daily Times will soon begin a search for a new leader as publisher Jennifer McCullough moves toward a well-earned retirement, officials said. more
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