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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
The Rocky Mount Telegram has a new person in charge.Kyle Stephens, who was the Group Publisher of Cooke Communications North Carolina’s Southern Group of non-daily newspapers, has succeeded … more
More than 59 news outlets and 250 reporters with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists released one of its biggest breakout stories yet: an uncovering of the problems in the … 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
Lamar Smitherman announced his retirement as Publisher of the Morganton News Herald and the Marion McDowell News on Tuesday. Smitherman, who will step down from his role on March 30, has been in … 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
With the acquisition of Tribune Media, Nexstar Media Group will be the largest owner of local TV stations in the U.S. The deal is expected to close in the third quarter of 2019. This is one of the … more
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The Dispatch’s executive editor, Scott Jenkins, will become the new regional executive editor for Lexington and Burlington effective June 17. Jenkins will succeed Burlington’s … more
Adams Publishing Group, LLC, announced this week that it intends to acquire Wisconsin-based Bliss Communications, including two daily newspapers — The Gazette in Janesville and The Eagle … more
The NCPA Federal Credit Union always has something new to offer. If Santa didn't leave that shiny new car under the tree, maybe these low rates will help! Take a look at what's new at NCPA FCU here. 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
CHICAGO, IL June 5, 2019 -- In concurrent board meetings held earlier today, directors of the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association (SNPA) and the Inland Press Association unanimously approved a … 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
In the latest integration of disparate media planning and buying databases, Nielsen this morning announced it is integrating Scarborough’s consumer lifestyle and product purchase data with … 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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