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    The Brown Institute for Media Innovation aims to make key technology more accessible to newspapers without financial resources.
  • TikTok's Election Fact-Checking Plan With AP Was Perhaps Inevitable
    To prevent people from seeing misleading information about election results, such as premature victory claims, AP will verify final results.
  • Digital CEOs Accused Of Destructive Practices Against Publishers
    A Senate report claims local journalism is in trouble, partly because Silicon Valley companies have engaged in anticompetitive business practices.
  • 'Wall Street Journal' Reporting Doesn't Refute Op-Ed Page
    The supposed conflict between the newsroom and the op-ed page followed a prior flare-up in June, about factual inaccuracies on the op-ed page.
  • How Local Newspapers Can Boost Subscriptions, Reduce Churn
    A Spokane, Washington, newspaper found a key part of cutting the churn rate was improving the onboarding experience with more customized emails.
  • Toobin Scandal Is Occasion For Publishers To Review Harassment Policies
    Do Toobin's actions mean Conde Nast faces significant legal liability for creating a hostile work environment?
  • Election News Gains Following, But Can It Be Monetized?
    Publishers may not be able to capitalize on their web traffic. Advertisers tend to block spots appearing next to political or pandemic news.
  • Antitrust Suit Against Google ls Disappointing For Publishers
    The complaint focuses on the company's distribution agreements that make it the dominant search engine.
  • Fake News Spreads To Fill Local Newspaper Void
    The murky world of "pink slime" websites publish biased stories, many from conservative news sites.
  • Dorsey Right To Apologize For Twitter Censorship
    Twitter's latest move: It shut down accounts for the 'New York Post,' White House spokesperson Kayleigh McEnamy, the "Team Trump" campaign and Politico reporter Jake Sherman.
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