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Must-Read Military Coverage From 2018
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Must-Read Military Coverage From 2018

America is in its 17th year of the Global War on Terror – its longest war. But it’s easy to miss the news coverage when ... Read More
NYT's At War Brings True Tales of War and Peace to Millions
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NYT’s At War Brings True Tales of War and Peace to Millions

When The New York Times originally launched its military blog, At War, in 2008, it was a novel approach to coverage of wars that had ... Read More
Infographic: The Value of Black Friday Advertisements
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Infographic: The Value of Black Friday Advertisements

When thinking about Thanksgiving, many things may come to mind, including Black Friday. Most American families will spend the week before the holiday reading newspaper ... Read More
The News Audience Votes — At the Polls and With Their Wallets
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The News Audience Votes — At the Polls and With Their Wallets

You may already know that the news media audience is well informed — they do, after all, keep up with the news. But did you ... Read More
Logikcull Makes FOIA Deep Dives Surprisingly Simple
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Logikcull Makes FOIA Deep Dives Surprisingly Simple

We’ve talked before about how to use the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to get better information for your beats, but now that you have ... Read More
Quiz: Do You Know Which Election Headlines Are Real?
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Quiz: Do You Know Which Election Headlines Are Real?

As midterm elections approach in the U.S., fake news producers have been sharing more and more stories that paint one side or the other as ... Read More
Student Press Law Center Fights for Student Journalists' 1A Rights
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Student Press Law Center Fights for Student Journalists’ 1A Rights

While student journalists may not be facing the exact same threats as their adult counterparts, there are serious threats to the student press, and the ... Read More
Infographic: The History of Press Freedom in America
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Infographic: The History of Press Freedom in America

As part of Free Speech Week, we decided to take a look back at some of the history of the First Amendment and its protection ... Read More
Audio Articles Make Longform Journalism More Accessible to Busy Readers
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Audio Articles Make Longform Journalism More Accessible to Busy Readers

When you think of audio news, one of three things probably comes to mind: radio, podcasts or headlines read via smart speaker. But some news ... Read More
Native Communities Need Local News Coverage, Too
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Native Communities Need Local News Coverage, Too

Native Americans living on tribal lands or reservations have and need local newspapers, just like the rest of our communities. Yet, they are often left ... Read More
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