Vol. 152 Nbr. 2, February 2019
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- All Bets are Off.
- By Speaking Out, Journalists Put Themselves at Risk.
- New Paper, Same Local Journalism: After her former paper's office closed, an editor decided to start her own publication.
- 'What are some important tips for new organizations to consider regarding digital discourse?'.
- FROM THE ARCHIVE.
- Iowa Newspapers Battle Over Legal Notices.
- Providence Journal Files Lawsuit Against Rhode Island Superior Court.
- On-the-Ground Reporting: Shoeleather is an online database that helps eliminate parachute journalism.
- Q: 'As more news organizations use artificial intelligence (Al) to help reporters process masses of data, spot patterns and gain story leads, will robot journalism replace human journalists?'.
- Preferred Platform for News in the U.S.
- Native Ad Click-Through Rates by Brand Category.
- Rating the News in Your Community.
- Recession-Proofing Your Newsroom: Can newspapers survive another significant economic downturn?
- Blurred Lines: When using social media photos in your stories, the best thing to do is ask for permission.
- Digital Trends to Watch: As the media landscape changes online, what can publishers expect to see in 2019?
- Gannett Co.
- John Hale has been named publisher of the Herald-Star and the Weirton Daily Times in Steubenville, Ohio.
- National Press Club Journalism Institute.
- Adams Publishing Group.
- Georgetown Communications, Inc.
- M. Roberts Media has acquired the Tyler (Texas) Morning Telegraph from the Clyde and Bothwell families.
- Ohio News Media Association.