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Twitter will hide tweets that share false info during a crisis

The platform has a new "crisis misinformation policy." more

In some states, students account for a large and growing share of statehouse reporters

Student journalists account for around one-in-ten state capitol reporters in the United States (11%), according to a recent Pew Research Center study. In some states, however, they account for a much larger share of the statehouse press corps, with notable increases in some places since 2014. more

Sen. Mike Lee introduces bill to restore and protect competition in digital advertising

Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah), joined by Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-Minnesota), Ted Cruz (R-Texas), and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conecticut), has introduced the Competition and Transparency in Digital Advertising Act. The bill would restore and protect competition in digital advertising by eliminating conflicts of interest that have allowed the leading platforms in the market to manipulate ad auctions and impose monopoly rents on a broad swath of the American economy. more

Kurt Jackson of SCS named to top 10 list of creative technology entrepreneurs

Kurt Jackson's love for journalism and news publication brought him to work at and eventually purchase Software Consulting Services, LLC (SCS). It also landed him on Entrepreneur India's list of 10 extraordinarily sharp and creative entrepreneurs who are bringing needed change to various industries. more

Nations are nowhere on their climate commitments, and too few journalists are holding them accountable

Amid everything else going on in the world, leaders might excuse themselves for moving climate to the backburner, but the press has no obligation to let them, much less to follow suit. more

Why won’t some people pay for news?

Plus: The role of class in news avoidance, how local party leaders use partisan media, and what native advertising studios say to sell their work. more

How The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is reaching Black audiences through its Unapologetically ATL newsletter

Here’s an idea to steal and adapt: Improve your news organization’s coverage, audience reach and brand recognition among Black readers by amplifying stories that focus on the Black community.​ more

America's Newspapers welcomes The Sylvania Times into membership

America's Newspapers is honored to welcome The Sylvania Times into membership!  more

Secret Justice Dept. subpoena drives home the need for a strong journalist shield law

With a reporter surveillance scandal of its own embroiling Biden’s Department of Justice, it’s now more important than ever for his administration to throw its weight behind passing a strong journalist shield law, such as Senator Ron Wyden’s PRESS Act. more

Top 50 news sites in the world: Major websites see declining traffic in April

Most major news sites saw a year-on-year and month-on-month fall in their traffic in April, as news interest in the Ukraine war is likely to be waning. more

AP, Ida B. Wells Society, Maynard team up on inclusive storytelling

The Associated Press, The Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting, and The Maynard Institute for Journalism Education have announced plans to work together to improve diversity in newsrooms and news reports through journalistic and leadership training and more inclusive storytelling. more

KPC Media to sell to Fort Wayne Newspapers

Ogden Newspapers, through its partnership with Journal Gazette Co. in the Fort Wayne Newspapers company, has entered into an agreement to purchase KPC Media, according to Randy Cope, Cribb, Cope & Potts, who represents the Witwer family, owner of KPC Media. more

Kodak solutions drive high-volume plate production at The Villages Daily Sun

Nothing has a more voracious appetite for litho plates than a newspaper offset web press. The Villages Daily Sun, a newspaper and commercial printer in Central Florida is keeping its web offset equipment well fed on a diet of KODAK SONORA Process Free Plates served up by a pair of KODAK GENERATION NEWS thermal CtP platesetters — a combination that gives the pressroom the volume and the versatility it needs to stay ahead of a rising demand for the things it produces. more

States Newsroom launches Alaska Beacon to provide unbiased, nonpartisan state government reporting to all Alaskans

New Alaska outlet comes shortly after Pew Research Center identified States Newsroom as a key bulwark against the decline in full-time statehouse reporters. more

States Newsroom announces content sharing partnerships with The Texas Tribune and seven other nonprofit newsrooms

States Newsroom now features coverage from 35 states on News from the States. more

Twitter board says it will 'enforce the merger agreement' despite Elon Musk's latest move

On Tuesday morning, hours after Musk tweeted that "this deal cannot move forward" until his purported spam bot concerns are cleared up, the company filed its proxy statement for Musk's takeover and said it wants to close the deal "as promptly as practicable." more

Musk wars with Twitter over his buyout deal — on Twitter

Tesla CEO Elon Musk promised that taking over Twitter would enable him to rid the social media platform of its annoying “spam bots.” Now he’s arguing — without presenting any evidence — that there might be just too many of those automated accounts for the $44 billion deal to move ahead. The sharp turnaround by the world’s richest man makes little sense except as a method to scuttle or renegotiate a deal that’s becoming increasingly costly for him, experts said. more

Good things happened when Honolulu Civil Beat dropped its paywall and went to donations instead

The 12-year-old news organization learned that "sometimes you can get more just by asking." more

Why parents want their children to read your newspaper

All parents want their children to be successful and happy at school — and in life. The key to these two important goals is reading. Remember the giggles and wide eyes when you read a sweet bedtime story? As children grow into reading by themselves, many parents also want their children to learn to be contributing members of your community. Wisely, they bring the newspaper into their homes. more

What’s the cost of not personalizing at scale?

Seventy percent of people who cancel a news subscription do so because of “perceived low value.” Generalizing what type of content retains people is hard when each person has different needs and habits. more
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