Archive for Journalism – Page 3

Statement: Remembering Gerry Lenfest
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Statement: Remembering Gerry Lenfest

On Sunday, we lost one of journalism’s greatest supporters and advocates, Gerry Lenfest. Gerry supported newspapers when they needed it most and showed that they ... Read More
Is It Finally Time For A Federal Shield Law?
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Is It Finally Time For A Federal Shield Law?

While a federal shield law would not supersede state laws, protection on the federal level would send a clear message about the importance of preserving ... Read More
API Tracks 9 Most Common Paths to Subscription
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API Tracks 9 Most Common Paths to Subscription

Our colleagues at the American Press Institute recently released a report on what drives people to subscribe to the news, titled "Paths to Subscription." The ... Read More
Social Video Successes Prove Streaming Is Here to Stay
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Social Video Successes Prove Streaming Is Here to Stay

Every good news organization has some way of reaching its audience when they’re on-the-go. There are tweets and push notifications and app updates. But there ... Read More
New Ideas About Subscriptions Emerge at DMNA18
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New Ideas About Subscriptions Emerge at DMNA18

Through discussions of fake news, the duopoly, paywalls and digital content options, DMNA18 explored all aspects of the online news landscape and what it takes ... Read More
Why Global Media Aid Is Essential to Developing Democracy
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Why Global Media Aid Is Essential to Developing Democracy

“Democracy dies in darkness” may be the tagline for The Washington Post, but it’s also a fact that the Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) ... Read More
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