The U.S. Attorney General said the Justice Department would strengthen its policies regarding the collection of records belonging to journalists and lawmakers.
The Justice Department issued subpoenas for records related to journalists at the New York Times in order to learn anonymous sources, the newspaper said.
As a result of cuts to newsrooms, PR is becoming more dominant. That’s a problem in the era of online misinformation.
Protests and other civil unrest led to a dramatic rise in attacks against journalists last year, according to a special interest group.
The two newspapers serving much of Southern California continue to be a money loser, according to a company executive.
A small newspaper chain in West Virginia is making big headlines of its own after it filed a federal lawsuit last week against Facebook and Google for alleged monopolistic practices.
The editor was fighting with McClatchy’s tech department for a $100 enterprise license to install Microsoft Excel.
The California News Publishers Association is asking Governor Newsom to prioritize journalists for the COVID-19 vaccine.
A buyout would bring Tribune Publishing under the ownership of a company known to make deep cuts.
The New York Times has launched a new program that will offer high schools complementary access to their news website through the middle of next year.