Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center for the Advancement of Women in Communication launches an affiliate at Stephens College

The Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center for the Advancement of Women in Communication is expanding its reach nationwide. (more…)


Janet Cruz files legislation to protect the press against hate crimes

Sen. Janet Cruz has filed legislation in hopes of addressing the rising violence toward members of the press. (more…)


Neves Media Publishing acquires Times, Star

Neves Media Publishing  Monday the purchase of four weekly newspapers –  The Apalachicola Times, Port St. Joe Star, the Washington County News, and the Holmes County Times-Advertiser – from Gannett Media Corp. (more…)


Medill Survey Finds News Media’s Money Worries Overwhelming, but Few See Ads as Best Answer

The first-ever Medill Media Industry Survey of nearly 1,400 members of the U.S. news media was conducted by Associate Professor Stephanie Edgerly of the Medill School. (more…)


Toolkit launched to provide media with best messaging practices on COVID-19 vaccine education

Washington, D.C. — The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) today announced the launch of an online toolkit to help local journalists craft COVID-19 vaccine education messages (more…)


More Than 100 years of Editor & Publisher Now Fully Accessible Online on the Internet Archive

When Mike Blinder acquired Editor & Publisher magazine in October 2019, he inherited boxes of back issues that he put in a climate-controlled storage unit near his home in Tampa, Florida. (more…)


Should journalists play a role in identifying rioters?

News organizations may have an unpopular fight ahead as federal law enforcement agencies seek out their unpublished images from the Capitol siege. (more…)


FAU’s First, Black-Led Newspaper Wants To Be The Voice For Underrepresented Students

The Paradigm Press is Florida Atlantic University’s first, Black-led newspaper. The online paper covers unique triumphs and challenges of student life in Boca Raton, and the niche, trending topics within FAU’s multi-ethnic Black community. (more…)


Florida Misled Public About Seriousness Of The Pandemic, Paper Reports

Florida was one of the first states to see community spread of the coronavirus, and the pandemic there has just never let up. (more…)


Journalism Advocacy Organizations Call for Journalists to Receive COVID-19 Vaccination Priority

Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, journalists have provided essential services, including vital information about COVID-19 (more…)