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WRAL.com blocked European users from accessing its website on Friday, May 25 as the General Data Protection Regulation act came into effect.  It is not just WRAL that is doing this. … more
A reporter and a photojournalist for WYFF News 4 were covering the weather damage from Subtropical Storm Alberto when, in a fatal accident, a tree crashed down on their sport utility … more
LOCAL NEWS OUTLETS across the country play an essential role in creating civically engaged and informed communities. Often, these outlets do their work with minimal resources. Sometimes, they do it … more
“Fact checkers need to move from ‘publish and pray’ to ‘publish and act.'”“The idea that fact checking can work by correcting the public’s inaccurate beliefs … more
Please contact your senate delegation to oppose this bill as amended. Key Points: - HB 205 as amended by in the Senate Commerce Committee would for the first time require NC newspaper … more
The Wilson Times will open its doors at 126 Nash St. W to the public for the first time this morning.After closing its 2001 Downing St. SW location Friday, the 121-year-old newspaper has returned to … more
A state lawmaker’s personal grudge against the newspaper industry could end up hurting workers and delaying delivery for early risers. Sen. Trudy Wade, R-Guilford, filed a March 28 bill that … more
AYDEN—The Times-Leader Newspaper, which traces its lineage through a series of publications dating back to 1912, is returning to the town where it all began. Work began this week to move The … more
We are very pleased to announce we've just hired LaDonna Huffaker. She will be serving as your new advertising account executive. LaDonna is a graduate of Brevard College and many of you have … more
News deserts have increased since 2004, and continue to show an upward trend. A news desert arises when a community does not have the resources to maintain its local newspapers, causing original … more
The News Media Alliance has been monitoring research on the powerful impact that print and digital publications can have on the audience they reach. In their summary they feature data from Kantar … more
The general manager at The Edmond Sun, a local paper in Oklahoma, is saving his newspaper big money. When any machinery at the paper goes haywire, he first goes to eBay to look for the parts. The … more
The days of women being underrepresented in the journalism field go back to its beginnings. While gender and race is not always represented enough in the people that work in the newsroom, the … more
The Department of Justice is going after information that a New York Times reporter has in regards to the case of a former Senate Intelligence Committee staff member, James A. Wolfe. Before Wolfe's … more
McClatchy wants to change how its media outlets cover elections by straying away from horse race journalism to journalism that focuses more on who the candidates are and what they stand for. … more
Net neutrality rules expired on Monday, June 11, allowing internet providers to have the power to block or ask those who want to use the internet to pay. Internet providers can even offer "paid … more
New Jersey lawmakers are delaying a vote until 2017 on a bill that would no longer require government agencies to publish legal notices in newspapers, instead allowing the agencies to publish the notices on their own websites... more
McClatchy, which owns the Charlotte Observer and the Raleigh News & Observer is purchasing the Durham Herald-Sun from Paxton... more
The Wilson Times Co. purchased The Spring Hope Enterprise Wednesday. Ken Ripley was the previous publisher and editor of the Enterprise. Although he retired as an editor and publisher, he will stay … more
Thomas Sherrill has been hired as a news reporter for the Watauga Democrat and The Avery Journal-Times. Sherrill has pevious writing experience thanks to his association with the Lenoir News-Topic, where he wrote on high school sporting events in the Caldwell County area. more
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