COMING SOON: The -30-: The End of the News The journalism industry is facing an existential crisis. The transition to
After Verizon Media Group laid off approximately 800 employees, including newsrooms like HuffPost, AOL and Yahoo at the beginning of
Ethnic media, specifically Hispanic news media have been under threat from diminishing ad revenue and the hemorrhaging of resources.
On Thursday, November 21st, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette celebrated the 200th anniversary of its founding.
News of looming layoffs from Gannett’s newspapers had been hanging over newsrooms for months now following the takeover of Gannett
Journalists and Publishers Call Out Big Tech’s Negative Impact on Journalism and Democracy Ahead of House Antitrust Hearing
Big Tech is destroying the business model for the journalism industry by siphoning off advertising revenue that used to go
In a joint op-ed, co-founders Laura Bassett, and John Stanton for the Daily Beast directly call on members of Congress
With local elections occurring nationwide today, and just one year from the 2020 elections, Dean DeChiaro for Roll Call details
The following is a statement from Laura Bassett, co-founder of the Save Journalism Project and former senior politics editor