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In a report that looks at how subscribers contribute to funding the news industry, researchers took a close look at what goes through the minds of consumers when they decide to subscribe to a … 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 Standard Media Index estimates that US ad spending in December 2016 was virtually flat, with less than a percentage point increase over December 2015. However, for the year as a whole, ad … more
McClatchy has named a new president and chief executive officer, appointing entrepreneur and former journalist Craig Forman to replace Pat Talamantes as the Sacramento media company seeks to ramp up … more
A PAIR OF NORTH CAROLINA sheriff’s offices, in Ashe and Union counties, have a couple things in common. Each is on the receiving end of open records requests from an investigative TV reporter … more
As the staff at The Denver Post dwindles, due to staff protests and layoffs from corporate owners, the journalists will find a new home at The Colorado Sun. The Sun is currently staffed by former … more
Crossroads Chronicle (Cashiers) editor Justin Caudell has left the newspaper to begin a new role with the paper's parent company, Community Newspapers, Inc. Caudell, who has been overseeing the … more
Two new leaders have arrived to usher The Daily Herald forward.Paxton Media Group has named Nancy Wykle, editor and publisher of The Daily Dispatch in Henderson, to the position of publisher of The … more
Annette Jordan has been named editor of The Dispatch in Lexington.She will also continue her duties as editor of The Courier-Tribune in Asheboro.A Randolph County native, Jordan is a graduate of … more
Wave after wave of digital innovation has introduced a new set of influences on the public’s news habits. Social media, messaging apps, texts and email provide a constant stream of news from … more
The News & Observer began a five-part investigative series, Jailed to Death, that exposes dozens of deaths in which North Carolina jails failed state supervision requirements for the safety and … more
The New York Daily News was in for an unpleasant surprise when moments after a regular morning staff meeting, tronc, sent an email announcing the editorial staff would be cut by 50 percent and … 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
The Dallas Morning News will outsource the design and layout of its print edition to GateHouse Media and cut around 20 jobs from its 50-person print team. Five other positions in the newsroom have … more
Dealing with non-employees and non-employee content We all know that there is a fair amount of red tape that comes with having employees. You have to supervise and mentor them. They … 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
For the first time in the Guardian’s history, the publication is making more money from its digital operations than from its print newspapers. Part of the reason the digital side is making … 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
“Personal Email” as Public Records Gmail. Yahoo! AOL. Do these sound like official email accounts for the conduct of public business? They can be. The NC Public Records Law … 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
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