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Local newsrooms in Europe are trying to appeal to increasing digital demands as audiences today obtain their news from the internet more so than newsprint. Newspapers in the U.K., Germany and France … 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
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
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
Beginning June 1, the Davie County Enterprise Record and The Clemmons Courier's  editor and publisher of 33 years will step down. Dwight Sparks gave both small papers larger readership and the … more
Ann Caulkins, The Charlotte Observer’s president and publisher, is stepping down after 12 years and will be succeeded by Rodney Mahone, a longtime media executive from Georgia, company … more
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
Carl Kasell, longtime newscaster, University of North Carolina alumnus and co-founder of radio station WUNC, has died, NPR reported. In March 2013, the North Carolina Press Association named Kasell "North Carolinian of the Year." more
Last month Apple Inc. decided to buy Texture, a magazine-subscription application. The move is part of Apple's plan to create its own subscription service in order to generate more revenue from … more
Report for America, an organization that has been recently started, is a nonprofit that seeks to replenish understaffed newsrooms with 1,000 journalists by 2022. It will benefit reporters, newspapers … more
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