Pam Sander, regional editor for GateHouse Media’s Coastal North Carolina Group, has been named editor of the company’s publications in
Jill Doss-Raines has been named managing editor of The Dispatch, responsible for the daily operation of the newsroom. The move
When Guy Reynolds was at his best, he was a creative force—a gifted photographer with a quirky eye. As a Dallas
BuzzFeed has found success in licensing its Tasty food brand across different consumer products including food, kitchenware and cookbooks. The
Media owners have united in an open letter to Prime Minister Scott Morrison asking him to defend press freedom in
A Turkish court accepted an indictment from a prosecutor requesting a jail term of between two and five years for
In May, the anti-establishment Five Star Movement, which leads Italy’s government, voted to cut funding to Radio Radicale, a radio
Russia-linked sources are using social media in an attempt to influence elections in the European Union, according to a new report
“I believe that smart speakers, or the voice assistants integrated within them, represent the next biggest shift in the way
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary who fiercely defended President Trump through one of the most tumultuous periods
Facebook has agreed to settle a class-action complaint accusing the company of inflating video metrics by up to 900%, lawyers
Climate change has become a defining issue in the early Democratic presidential primary. But the Democratic National Committee has rebuffed
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The annual Global Fact-Checking Summit is an opportunity for journalists, academics and technologists to come together as a network and exchange new insights and past experiences. But it’s also a breeding ground for impactful ideas that can grow into tangible, large-scale projects in the yea…
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What is local news? A recent report by the Pew Research Center claims to measure Americans’ perceptions of journalism in their communities.
Florida Weekly, publisher of ten newspapers throughout the state, has a new Naples editor. Eric Strachan, an award-winning journalist and
This has been a busy week for big reports on digital platforms and how the expensive enterprise of doing journalism can find supporting revenue. Here are some short summaries and my report card on the studies. A painful misfire on Google’s impact. The News Media Alliance, a lobbying group fo…
Digital media organizations aren’t easy places to work in — very long hours, unexpected layoffs and consistently inconsistent policies have
Jesper Doub, Facebook EMEA, director of news partnerships, was an outspoken critic of Facebook until he joined the company last
As the news industry continues to suffer layoffs and sinking profits, efforts are afoot in Congress to lend a hand.
The NMPA Convention will be held Oct. 25-26 in Albuquerque.
ALBUQUERQUE – The New Mexico Press Association recognized the best of New Mexico’s newspaper writing, photography and advertising at the Better Newspaper Contest Banquet at the Marriott Hotel in Uptown Albuquerque on Oct. 27, 2018.
The deadline for filing your Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation (PS Form 3526) with the U.S. Postal Service is October 1 of each year.
This annual convention will be held Oct. 26-27 at the Albuquerque Marriott
More than 300 newspapers nationwide responded Thursday morning to the especially vitriolic comments the president has been aiming at the media lately.
Now is the time to start getting your contest entries ready.
The federal Food and Drug Administration declared in 2016 that e-cigarettes are a tobacco product and should have to comply with the same regulations as other tobacco products.
The most perilous place for a journalist in the U.S. last year was at a protest, according to a new
Subscription publishers are targeting people between 18 and 24 years old, adapting content, tone, marketing and accessibility of their products
Les Zaitz had been out on his Oregon ranch last week when he got the heads-up call from Matt Apuzzo of the New York Times.
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With a handful of tweets, President Trump injected his views into the media sphere, bolstering one much-criticized broadcaster and nudging
Bots are everywhere. A report by The New York Times recently outed about 3.5 million of them on Twitter. But they’re also on Facebook and