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Lawmakers have added a measure to Congress' must-pass defense funding bill that would force Big Tech firms like Google and Meta to pay hundreds of local news outlets for their content, sources tell Axios.
In response to Meta’s statement on Monday that it would consider removing news from Facebook if the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act — a bill that would require the dominant tech platforms to fairly compensate news publishers for use of their content — is passed in the U.S., the News/Media Alliance issued this statement ...
The Burlington (Iowa) Hawk Eye has been acquired by family-owned Burlington Multimedia, LLC, an affiliate company of Community Media Group headquartered in West Frankfort, Illinois. The paper had been owned by Gannett Co., Inc.
News channel Al Jazeera on Tuesday formally asked the International Criminal Court to investigate the fatal shooting of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh as she was reporting from a Palestinian refugee camp in May.
Given the long history of newspaper-postal service interaction, you might think the formula for success would be well understood. In fact, nothing about working with the postal service is simple, according to Tonda Rush, general counsel of the National Newspaper Association and one of the industry’s leading experts on mail delivery.
A new student fee has been approved that will fund the student newspaper at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
The Superior Telegram (Duluth, Minnesota) has launched a grant program to help nonprofit organizations in Superior and Douglas County with advertising and marketing.
Bipartisan coalitions in the House and Senate pushed through a bill that would impose an agreement between rail companies and their workers.
Among those affected were reporters at flagship paper USA Today and producers working on Gannett’s digital optimization teams.
Lydia Polgreen: "As local news gathering shrinks, people are spending more time in places likely to deepen partisan divides: on social media or on platforms like Nextdoor, or watching national cable television. A 2019 study in Scientific American found that voters in areas where local news outlets closed were less likely to vote a split ticket, a signal that points to deepening polarization in those communities."
States Newsroom, the nation’s leading network of state-based nonprofit news outlets, has launched the Kentucky Lantern to provide free, high-quality, non-partisan reporting on the crucial issues affecting the Bluegrass State. With the launch of the Kentucky Lantern, States Newsroom now has 31 outlets and provides state news coverage to over 60% of the country.
Analysis of media organizations and news stories shows underrepresentation across editorial leadership and coverage.
After Biden blocked Trump’s attempt to change decades-old definitions, we’re basically back to where we started.
The Tuesday edition of the Carroll Times Herald was the final newspaper published by the Wilson and Burns families, the three-generation local owners of the publication for 93 years.
The fight against online disinformation is getting a boost thanks to a $3.8 million grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to support Clemson University’s Media Forensics Hub at the Watt Family Innovation Center.
In a letter to readers, Jennifer Bertetto, president and CEO of Trib Total Media, writes: "Like you, we’re sick and tired of political attack ads. So, we’re getting rid of them."
The SNPA Foundation and America’s Newspapers announced today that America’s Newspapers is the recipient of a $10,000 grant from the SNPA Foundation to help fund a national newspaper audience survey.