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Full audio released of Oklahoma sheriff discussing killing journalists

A southeast Oklahoma newspaper has released the full audio recording it captured of county officials talking about killing journalists and lynching Black people. more

Hearst settles independent contractor rights class action for nearly $1 million

Hearst avoided a trial over claims it broke California laws in how it managed independent contractors delivering its newspapers. more

Ray King promoted to Daily News publisher in Iron Mountain, Michigan

Ray King, retail sales manager at The Daily News (in Houghton, Michigan) , has been named the newspaper’s new publisher. more

Sarah Maki named Daily Press publisher in Escanaba, Michigan

The Daily Press (in Escanaba, Michigan) is officially under new leadership. Sarah Maki, who has served as an advertising professional with the paper for 14 years, has been selected to take the helm as the Daily Press’ newest publisher. more

News/Media Alliance releases new generative artificial intelligence (AI) principles

Today the News/Media Alliance released new AI Principles that provide overarching guidance for generative artificial intelligence (GAI) systems’ use of journalistic and creative content. The Principles cover issues with respect to GAI developers’ use of members’ content related to intellectual property, transparency, accountability, fairness, safety, and design and apply to all content, including text, images, audiovisual and all other formats. more

After Fox settlement, assault on media protections is likely to continue

Those who argue that the news media should pay a steeper price for mistakes are pushing to have a landmark Supreme Court ruling overturned. more

Oklahoma official who discussed killing reporters resigns

A county commissioner in far southeast Oklahoma who was identified by a local newspaper as one of several officials caught on tape discussing killing reporters and lynching Black people has resigned from office, Gov. Kevin Stitt’s office confirmed Wednesday. more

FPF statement on conviction of Asheville journalists for recording cops

Freedom of the Press Foundation director of advocacy Seth Stern issued a statement on yesterday’s trespassing conviction of Asheville Blade journalists Veronica Coit and Matilda Bliss for documenting a homeless encampment sweep at a public park after closing time on Christmas night of 2021. more

AP photographer wins top prize in World Press Photo contest

A harrowing image from Mariupol, Ukraine, of emergency workers carrying an injured pregnant woman out of a shelled maternity hospital on a stretcher has earned Associated Press photojournalist Evgeniy Maloletka the prestigious 2023 World Press Photo of the Year award. more

ABC News, AP announce documentary spotlighting intersection between KKK, law enforcement

In a first-time collaboration, ABC News and The Associated Press have announced a documentary that takes viewers inside one of the world’s most sinister secret societies — the Ku Klux Klan. more

You add dollars while students catch up in math

April is National Mathematics and Statistics Month. Here’s yet another revenue-generating Kid Scoop page that motivates children to practice math skills at home — it’s smart fun! Take a look. more

GPT-4 is exploding: How it will actually affect advertising and publishing

Many people are fearful of the impact AI will have on their daily lives. Let's look at how GPT-4 affects advertising in the publishing industry. more

Newspaper doesn’t need to hire a new notary thanks to Column's automated affidavits

When the sole notary at the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel in Western Colorado let them know she was leaving, the newspaper was left in a difficult position. The newspaper found its solution with Column. more

Unlock your publication's revenue potential with PopMount

Are you looking to increase the revenue of your publication?  Do you want to partner with a company that is publisher focused?  If so, PopMount may be exactly what you need. more

Take bold action and lead with courage

Take bold action and lead with courage. That was the key message from the Vendasta Media Summit 2023, which brought together leaders in publishing for a discussion on how the media industry can adapt and thrive in the digital era. more

Salem's Farm and Dairy makes the switch to My News 360

In December of 2022, Farm and Dairy was faced with a decision. Continue to use its outdated static CMS, or make the update to a hosted CMS solution. My News 360 made perfect sense as the choice for Farm and Dairy's needs. more

How Advantage assists with customer retention and churn

How does AdvantageCS assist its clients and the newspaper industry with retention and churn? Let’s look at the top four ways. more

LIVE Webinar: ChatGPT for Content Generation to take place May 18

Our-Hometown, Inc. is excited to announce that we’ll be hosting another LIVE Webinar, “ChatGPT for Content Creation” next month on May 18, beginning at 3 p.m. Eastern time. more

Quay Corporate, the AI-powered DAM for businesses

Protecmedia, the Spanish company that specializes in technological solutions, has revolutionized archive management in companies with the launch of Quay Corporate, its AI-based DAM system. more

More than 280,000 WordPress sites attacked

In September, 4.6 million attacks were launched against more than 280,000 WordPress websites. According to The Hacker News, sites using the WP Gateway plugin were exposed, “potentially allowing malicious actors to completely take over affected sites.” more
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