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A group of student journalists traveled to New York City on Monday to receive recognition for an assignment they never wanted — filling the school newspaper with obituaries. The Pulitzer … more
Sports Illustrated magazine has been sold for $110 million to a company that specializes in managing fashion, entertainment and sports brands, including marketing rights to Shaquille O'Neal and … more
Reuters, CNN Business, Associated Press and the Wall Street Journal are just a few of the national news outlets represented on the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing (SABEW) board of … more
Richard Haynsworth Briggs, 79, died April 5, 2019 in Landrum SC after several years of diminishing health. In 1984, he established Richard Briggs & Associates which specialized in appraisal, … more
The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute has awarded seven fellowships for the 2019–20 academic year with projects to improve gun violence reporting, expand solutions-based journalism by … more
Researchers at CJR recently explored archiving practices for newspapers, online sites, magazines and wire services and the difficulties of archiving in a digital age. CJR found that none of … more
Jeff Herrin, who was the editor of the Rocky Mount Telegram and The Tarboro Weekly, died Monday. He was 60 years old.   Herrin worked at the Telegram for 25 years and made a large … more
When a journalist took a photo of a bride being congratulated by President Donald Trump, a relative of the bride posted it on Instagram, and the photo went viral. News outlets such as The … more
RCFP published its recent Open Government Guide in January, which includes state-by-state information about how journalists can report on government agencies and proceedings that are open to the … more
In U.S. history, there has only been one time where the country went without a recession in eight years. Otherwise, recessions have hit about once every decade. What does this mean for the news … more
Robin L. Quillon will begin his position as president of Adams Publishing Group of Eastern North Carolina on April 1. He will be the publisher of The Daily Reflector in Greenville. Before Adams … more
As a life-long journalist, I know how tough it can be to report the views of people who are bitterly divided. We think we’ve got it right. But the emails and social media messages often scream … more
Newsrooms that are looking to remain solvent sometimes don’t think about what their audiences want or need. Instead, they think about creating innovations that are quickly produced, in the … more
The Daily Dispatch is uniting the community by focusing on its youngest members in a new series called Student Spotlight.   The project began in August 2017 with the goal to recognize … more
Sunshine Day 2019 will mark the fifth annual awards program from the Sunshine Center recognizing individuals from across North Carolina whose work exemplifies the value we place on keeping citizens … more
More than ever, journalists are faced with ethical dilemmas. They have to decide between exposing the truth in the face of graphic information. They are also responsible for combatting … more
Data journalism might be the answer to sustainable journalism business models. A new project called Reporters and Data and Robots is taking data journalism and automation to a new level. RADAR is … more
No matter the news organization or the frequency, newspaper prices have increased. When looking at how much prices have increased for large papers from 2008 to 2016, the increases have been … more
StarNews Media is back in downtown Wilmington after its 50-year hiatus. The staff was displaced out of its office when Hurricane Florence hit, and now the paper has a multi-year lease in its new … more
Local news outlets are looking to niche publishing to provide better customer satisfaction. In-depth coverage about a specific topic can be a better alternative to the approach many newsrooms … more
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