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Member Exclusive: Alliance Round-Table on Operations During Public Health Crisis
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Member Exclusive: Alliance Round-Table on Operations During Public Health Crisis

On Tuesday, March 17, the News Media Alliance convened an Operational Working Group to discuss the impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak on the news industry. This call featured speakers from The New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the Seattle Times sharing their perspectives ... Read More
WHO: Package Delivery Safety and Coronavirus
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WHO: Package Delivery Safety and Coronavirus

In the World Health Organization's (WHO's) Q&A about coronaviruses, it explains the low risk of commercial products as a vector for the virus ... Read More
Alliance Insiders Share Insights Into 2020's Top Issues
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Alliance Insiders Share Insights Into 2020’s Top Issues

With the start of a new year and new decade for the news industry, we at the News Media Alliance asked our Alliance Insiders to share some thoughts on what they were most looking forward to ... Read More
Getting a Grant: How, Where and Why to Apply for Journalism Funding
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Getting a Grant: How, Where and Why to Apply for Journalism Funding

The News & Observer (Raleigh, NC) has developed guidelines for seeking funds and a “living” directory of journalism grants ... Read More
Report: Connecting the Dots: Digital Subscriptions - Media Subscribers' Motivations & Preferences
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Report: Connecting the Dots: Digital Subscriptions – Media Subscribers’ Motivations & Preferences

In this installment of the Driving Digital Subscriptions series, we provide in-depth findings from a new study of media subscribers, including print and digital news media, cable TV and video and audio streaming ... Read More
Study: Changes in Journalists' Perception of their Audience with Advances in Demographic, Behavior Tracking Technology
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Study: Changes in Journalists’ Perception of their Audience with Advances in Demographic, Behavior Tracking Technology

In a recent study published in Columbia Journalism Review, James G. Robinson, adjunct professor and research fellow at Columbia University’s School of Journalism and Director, Global Analytics for The New York Times, investigated how journalists themselves imagine the audiences for their work; specifically, whether their mental image has changed with ... Read More
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