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A group of four major media companies filed a motion on Thursday to unseal all court documents related to the search warrant that the FBI executed at former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property on Monday.
When it comes to fundraising for local news, rural communities are at a disadvantage.
A new resource to support vital reporting in authoritarian contexts is now available for Spanish-speaking journalists and newsrooms.
Younger generations feel slightly more confident than others with their skills to detect it, according to a new global study.
President Joe Biden said Wednesday the U.S. is certain that the Syrian government is holding American journalist Austin Tice, who went missing in the war-torn country a decade ago. He urged Damascus to help bring Tice back home.
Gannett is launching a brand campaign to promote local journalism in three of its largest markets: Nashville, Austin and Phoenix.
August 10 is The Seattle Times’ 126-year anniversary under independent family stewardship. The paper is the nation’s second-oldest major regional print/digital metro newspaper. Read Publisher Frank Blethen's message to readers.
Cox will accelerate expansion into more cities, more national topics and more premium content.
Facebook owner Meta is quietly curtailing some of the safeguards designed to thwart voting misinformation or foreign interference in U.S. elections as the November midterm vote approaches.
The Law & Justice Journalism Project will provide journalists with tools, skills and resources to improve their coverage of crime, public safety and the United States legal system.
Musk’s counterclaims were filed confidentially last week and unsealed in a filing late Thursday at the Delaware Chancery Court, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Tucked up in New Hampshire along the state line with Vermont, readers of the Valley News are embracing philanthropic support for local news.
The idea is to allow businesses, creators, publishers and developers to showcase and highlight their content, products and services on Twitter for free.
GIJN asked a diverse group of nine investigative reporters to share one memorable misstep they’ve made in an investigative project, and the key lesson they learned.
Gannett reported Thursday that it would undertake a “significant cost reduction program” amid a challenging economic backdrop marred by soaring inflation rates, labor shortages and price-sensitive consumers.
At a time when newsrooms in the United States are seeing a wave of unionization, around one-in-six U.S. journalists at news organizations report being in a union and many more say they would join one if it were available to them, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey.
Thomson Reuters Corp. journalists in the U.S. launched a daylong strike Thursday, the first walkout in decades among the media company’s long-unionized staff.
Elon Musk’s answer to Twitter’s lawsuit over his attempt to back out of a $44 billion deal to buy the social media company will be made public by Friday evening at the latest, a judge ruled Wednesday.