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News Media Alliance Applauds EU’s Historic Move toward Global Copyright Protection for News Publishers
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News Media Alliance Applauds EU’s Historic Move toward Global Copyright Protection for News Publishers

The EU today reached a final deal on the proposed Copyright Directive in the Digital Single Market. The Directive creates a Publishers’ Right that provides news publishers the right to protect their content against unauthorized commercial uses online.  ... Read More
CEO Statement: Alliance Applauds the Release of the Cairncross Report
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CEO Statement: Alliance Applauds the Release of the Cairncross Report

We applaud Dame Frances Cairncross and her team for the release of their final report on the sustainability of high-quality journalism in the United Kingdom ... Read More
Washington Post Super Bowl Ad Highlights Value of Journalism
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Washington Post Super Bowl Ad Highlights Value of Journalism

Journalists report the facts, giving their readers and viewers the details they need to make informed decisions about their lives and the world around them. While they are usually background players, in recent weeks they have taken center stage, not as the storytellers, but as the story. During last night’s ... Read More
Want to Stop Fake News? Pay for the Real Thing
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Want to Stop Fake News? Pay for the Real Thing

Facebook and Google have been brutal to the news business. But this primarily reflects a failure of imagination. The tech giants are the world’s best distribution platforms and could be an answer for journalism instead of a grave threat ... Read More
News Media Alliance Commends Antitrust Chairman David Cicilline for Commitment to Journalism
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News Media Alliance Commends Antitrust Chairman David Cicilline for Commitment to Journalism

Today, House Antitrust Chairman David Cicilline (D-RI) once again underscored the need to preserve critical access to trusted, high-quality news, as he committed to re-introducing the “Journalism Competition and Preservation Act.” ... Read More
Tell the DOL to Put American Workers First and Save the Print Requirement for Temporary Job Listings
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Tell the DOL to Put American Workers First and Save the Print Requirement for Temporary Job Listings

On November 8, the DOL proposed to change the way temporary job openings are shared with potential workers. Currently, employers are required by law to notify U.S. workers of these openings through publishing the listings in local newspapers. However, the DOL says it now believes publishing the listings on “widely ... Read More
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