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House passes bill that would lead to a TikTok ban if Chinese owner doesn’t sell. Senate path unclear

The House on Wednesday passed a bill that would lead to a nationwide ban of the popular video app TikTok if its China-based owner doesn’t sell, as lawmakers acted on concerns that the company’s current ownership structure is a national security threat. more

Next Gen News: Report launch event

FT Strategies and Northwestern University have travelled across three continents, over eight months to research what 18- to 25-year-olds think about today's news. The report was recently launched at an exclusive, expert event which you are invited to watch on-demand now. more

Get a sneak peek at Pugpig’s brand new State of the Mobile Publishing Market 2024 report

Come along to The Pugpig Pub in Mega’s Town Square for the latest mobile trends and insights plus product demos of Pugpig’s latest and greatest apps for The New Orleans Advocate, The Boston Globe and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. more

Open (AI) and shut cases? NYT, Musk and the latest in OpenAI legal news

OpenAI is constantly (and many would argue deservedly) in the news, but the last few weeks have seen some major headlines made over matters beyond mere artificial intelligence capabilities. more

Stacker content drove millions of page views per quarter to Nexstar in 2023

Stacker's local and national content consistently drives traffic to Nexstar news sites that choose to publish from the newswire. The 15 million page views generated in 2023 alone underscore the impact of Stacker's content within Nexstar's digital ecosystem. more

Ramp up the profitability of your digital sales

Have you paused to consider how your digital advertising sales contribute to profit growth? For some businesses, digital sales represent their most lucrative revenue stream, while for others, it’s the opposite. So, what businesses make their digital sales the most profitable, and how are they doing it? more

PressReader expands Irish content with Mediahuis Ireland's leading titles

PressReader announces the addition of 18 key titles from Mediahuis Ireland to its expansive catalog, featuring popular publications such as the Irish Independent, Sunday Independent, Belfast Telegraph, Sunday World, The Herald and more. more

Empire State Local News Coalition applauds inclusion of bill supporting journalism in FY’25 one-house budget

The Empire State Local News Coalition has applauded Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, bill sponsor Senator Brad Hoylman-Sigal and the entire Majority Conference for including the Local Journalism Sustainability Act in the State Senate’s one-house budget resolution. more

Las Vegas judge delays Telles murder trial amid ongoing bribery probe

The ongoing bribery investigation predates the murder of Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Jeff German's murder. more

Sunshine Week brings focus to public record lawsuits

Public records and freedom of information laws are fundamental for government transparency. But when journalists fight for access to wrongfully withheld records at the state and local level, the public is paying the price, according to a new article published by the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker for Sunshine Week. more

US lawmakers say TikTok won’t be banned if it finds a new owner. But that’s easier said than done

U.S. lawmakers are threatening to ban TikTok but also say they are giving its Chinese parent company a chance to keep it running. more

Courtney Bonnell named national security and foreign policy editor for AP

In a memo to staff, Washington Bureau Chief Anna Johnson and Deputy Washington Bureau Chief Michael Tackett announced that Courtney Bonnell will join AP’s team in Washington as the new national security and foreign policy editor. more

US news organizations could receive $11 billion windfall if JCPA passes

March 12, 2024 - Chances are “pretty good” that Google's precedent-setting decision in December to compensate Canadian news sites $100 million for the use of their content could translate into billions of dollars in payouts to local news sites in the U.S. So says Conan Gallaty, chairman and CEO of the Tampa Bay Times and Times Publishing Co, who predicts that U.S. news organizations could receive an $11 billion windfall a year if the bill passes. more

States have hodgepodge of cumbersome rules for enforcing sunshine laws

A nationwide review of procedures by The Associated Press and CNHI News revealed a patchwork of complicated systems for resolving open government disputes that often put the burden of enforcing transparency laws on private citizens. more

Pete Wasson steps down as editor of Ashland Daily Press

Pete Wasson, who has served as editor of the Ashland (Wisconsin) Daily Press for the past six years, is stepping down from the newspaper. His last day will be Friday, March 29, he announced March 1 in a farewell column. more

Curious Minnesota celebrates 5 years answering reader-submitted questions

The Star Tribune Media Company announced today that its reader-driven reporting project, Curious Minnesota, is celebrating its fifth anniversary. To commemorate the milestone, Curious Minnesota has launched an interactive web archive featuring answers to more than 260 reader-submitted questions. The Curious Minnesota Collection can be found at www.startribune.com/curious. more

AP, Frontline documentary ‘20 Days in Mariupol’ wins Academy Award® for ‘Best Documentary Feature Film’

“20 Days in Mariupol,” the feature documentary from The Associated Press and PBS documentary series Frontline has won the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature Film at Sunday’s 96th Academy Awards®. more

Westchester advocates, Empire State Local News Coalition rally to save local journalism

On Thursday, Westchester elected officials, grassroots advocates and the Empire State Local News Coalition rallied at the Hastings-on-Hudson Public Library to save local news. The event, organized by startup founder Lucas Cioffi and the Westchester Youth Congress, is the latest milestone in an emerging movement that started following the recent closure of three beloved local papers in Westchester. more

King Features promotes Carla Silva

Seasoned vet promoted to senior vice president, general manager and head, global licensing. more

Suffolk News-Herald announces new publisher

The Suffolk News-Herald and its affiliated publications have announced the appointment of Lindsay Richardson as publisher, succeeding Betty Ramsey. more
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