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Publishers and other newspaper executives know more than anyone about the impact of newsprint tariffs on your newspaper's ability to provide news and information to your local community.  You … more
A battered news industry can find some flickers of hope in a survey that gauges public willingness to pay for journalism, as long as its leaders plan judiciously.A little more than half of American … more
In a nontraditional move, officials at Northwestern University's prestigious journalism and communications school have decided not to renew the program's accreditation, letting the designation … more
On a cold, rainy day at the end of April, more than 30 people gathered at a co-working space in Charlotte, North Carolina for a public conversation about the future of news in the state.Five days … more
The first NewsLitCamp will be held by the News Literacy Project in Washington, D.C. The project aims to connect journalists and teachers with staff from NewseumEd, an organization that provides media … more
The Chinese government keeps tightening the screws on domestic online news publishers. Now, with the introduction of rules all news publishers are required to obtain official licenses and hire only … more
Newspaper tariffs are hitting American newsrooms hard, including the Tampa Bay Times.  Layoffs are approaching for journalists at the Times due to the rising expenses being placed on papers … more
As the print newspaper industry has declined steadily over the last decade, one of the many crazy and not-so-crazy ideas for saving legacy publishers has been the idea of going nonprofit. That frees … more
Student journalists are the next targets in the latest battles that newsrooms have had to face including layoffs, consolidation and other threats to the industry. Many student papers face an uneasy … more
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