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Last month, General Electric took over The New York Times’ print advertising for a day throughout the news, business and arts sections of the paper amounting to 22 full-page color ads as well … more
Less local news leads to lower voter turnout, less civic participation in Parent Teacher Associations and other groups, more corruption, higher taxes, and lower bond ratings.  And in … more
NNA is pleased to announce that USPS has agreed to an extension period for the elimination of sacks for Periodicals and Marketing Mail.  The Postal Service announced late Jan. 6 that it … more
“History teaches that opaque decision-making destroys trust; recent historyinvolving police body cameras emphasizes this risk.”We end 2022 with these strong words from our own North … more
  Periodicals mailers supplying hard copy postage statements (Form 3541) to their Business Mail Entry units (BMEUs) are facing earlier deadlines.National Newspaper Association has been … more
This article was originally published on Northwestern University’s Medill Local News Initiative website and is republished here with permission. Switching newspaper delivery from … more
Today, McClatchy announced its partnership with DanAds, in developing McClatchy Ad Manager, a new self-service platform for advertisers of all sizes SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November … more
The N.C. Court of Appeals is scheduled to hear an appeal on Monday of a Superior Court’s judge’s year-old ruling dismissing media companies’ petition for release of law enforcement … more
DENTON, N.C. (AP) — Former North Carolina state Sen. Stan Bingham, a businessman and newspaper publisher whose anecdotes and good-naturedness endeared him to colleagues from both parties, died … more
This latest grant cycle brings the Fund closer to its vision of a resilient North Carolina, where all communities have access to trusted and reliable news for a stronger, healthier … more
On Wednesday, Oct. 12, we kicked off our event series on the impact of local news with a virtual panel moderated by Marsha Cooke, vice president of ESPN Films and executive producer of 30 for 30. … more
Through the Leap innovation training program, The International Center for Journalists and Trusting News challenged journalists to answer this question: What can we build to increase trust in … more
  Local journalists in need of legal help may turn to the Protecting Journalists Pro Bono Program (ProJourn). ProJourn, now emerging from pilot status, is a network of law firms and … more
It's been more than two years since I received my last paycheck from a newspaper company. In that time, I've had the opportunity to advocate for local newspapers that remain Relevant to their … more
NEW YORK — When Kavita Devi read the mission of her local media platform Khabar Lahariya, which translates as “News Wave,” it was the first time she had ever spoken English … more
They said it wouldn’t work. They had said the same thing when we started Daily Maverick, a fiercely independent, long-form news publisher, in 2009. At least they were consistent. Most people … more
Jen Maxfield is an Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist and anchor and adjunct professor of broadcast journalism at Columbia University in New York. She estimates that in the last two decades, she … more
The Relevance Project thanks Phil Lucey and the North Carolina Press Association for the opportunity to talk Community Forum at the annual conference in Raleigh on … more
Young people are following the news but aren’t too happy with what they’re seeing. Broadly speaking, that’s the conclusion of a study released Wednesday showing 79% of young … more
Gannett is launching a brand campaign to promote local journalism in three of its largest markets: Nashville, Austin and Phoenix. The “Here For It” campaign, running now through … more
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