The Associated Press has changed its spelling of the word “antisemitism,” now writing it without a hyphen — joining the leading experts of hatred against Jews who have long advocated that usage. (more…)
Bidding farewell to the Herald-Tribune’s printing press
Since 1983, rain or shine, on weekends, holidays and all points in between, copies of the Herald-Tribune have flashed through machinery with so many moving parts it evokes Rube Goldberg schematics. (more…)
The State of Digital News Preservation
Right now, a clock is ticking on the longevity of your news content. (more…)
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Miami Herald selected for national collaborative covering climate change
The Local Media Association has selected the Miami Herald as one of 22 news outlets across the country for the Covering Climate Collaborative. (more…)
Times project exposing lead dangers at Florida factory cost about $500,000
Inside Florida’s lone lead smelter, hundreds of workers have been exposed to alarming levels of poisons. (more…)
Three top newsroom leaders credit Florida A&M University for their success
What we lost and what we found after a year working from home
Florida releases COVID-19 variant data day after Orlando Sentinel sues for it
Mutated strains of COVID-19 have reached 41 of Florida’s 67 counties, infecting hundreds of residents, including a 97-year-old woman and a 2-year-old boy, according to data released to the Orlando Sentinel late Friday by the state Department of Health.
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…)