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Disabilities in media: Overcoming obstacles and achieving success

Dave Stevens is the only legless player in sports history to have played NCAA football and minor league baseball. The seven-time Emmy-winning sports journalist is now a motivational speaker and television host as he nears 40 years in broadcasting. While he says the media industry has come a long way in terms of inclusivity, he adds: "we still have a long way to go in this and other aspects of society."

Journalism Funding Partners: Linking the shared missions of funding sources and news organizations

As philanthropic support of news organizations has increased substantially, Journalism Funding Partners was founded to bring more funding sources and news organizations together to support and report on the issues impacting local communities. JFP disbursed $2.2 million in funds in 2022 and has provided more than $1 million during the first quarter of 2023 to news organizations.
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Approaching click-to-cancel in three steps

Getting onsite click-to-cancel right is imperative for the coming generation of news media and will require techniques built on highly valuable content, efficient user experiences and transparency. Any applicable future adaptations needed in your onsite cancellation and retention experiences should not be viewed as obstacles but as opportunities to reassess and refine your product strategy and communication flows.
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A one-on-one with Trust Project CEO Sally Lehrman

In this 186th episode of “E&P Reports,” we explore the nonprofit, nonpartisan Trust Project as we chat one-on-one with its founder and CEO, Peabody Award-winning journalist Sally Lehrman, who talks about the organizations founding in 2014 and the methods they employ today to: "Help news organizations make it clear that we do have standards and policies and rules that help journalists walk this path of independence and away from any kind of personal agenda, business agenda, or government agenda.”

Guy Tasaka’s takeaways for news publishers from the NAB

In this 185th episode of "E&P Reports," we chat with Editor & Publisher's new Technology Columnist, well-known media consultant Guy Tasaka about his recent report on the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) 2023 annual convention to learn what the news publishing industry should know from the world's largest gathering of broadcast professionals.

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In newsrooms across the country, editors bear heavy responsibilities — leading the newsroom, determining what stories should be told and who is best positioned to tell them, challenging assertions, developing talent, elevating journalism — all while maintaining an unwavering commitment to the public’s interest. Their names may not always be as familiar as bylined reporters or celebrated columnists, but their insight, experience and leadership are indispensable. We hope you enjoy meeting this exemplary group of E&P’s 2023 Editors Extraordinaire.
Newspapers save lives. Many newspapers are recognized as vital local institutions in their communities, but how many can literally say they have saved a life? The Somers Record (one of six local newspapers owned by Halston Media) helped a critical local patient find a needed kidney.
The past few years have been remarkable for news media publishers, which have enjoyed some particularly public and powerful support. While champions for local news in the U.S. Congress have been hard at work, powerful forces have been running a counteroffensive — undermining the press, impeding access and making it easier for members of the public and political class to sue news organizations.
The Black-owned and operated New York Amsterdam News covers local, national and international news, including politics, Black wealth, education, religion, Black history, sports, arts and entertainment, and news about unions. It also has an investigative team and mission, “Blacklight.”
With costs rising, many publications are looking for ways to cut down on expenses in order to increase ROI. One such strategy for decreasing expenditure might be a reduction in print frequency, but publications must consider the effects of such a change on their brand and audience. Changing your print frequency is a question that should be carefully considered.
How do you sustain a long history as a community institution with a reputation for integrity and journalistic excellence but also innovate without losing or damaging what has been built? An innovation that has already proven its value to the Richmond Times-Dispatch newsroom, readers and advertisers is a full-service video studio installed in 2020 — and in the middle of the fourth-floor offices.
The evolution of the newspaper industry is occurring in real time. It’s been painful for some and a wake-up call for others to change their business model, explore new revenue streams and, in the process, discover how to be more visible and supportive in their communities. Many publishers, especially in local news operations, are realizing the value of evolving from a traditional subscription model to a membership model for their business, local citizens and the community.
Distrust between Pittsburgh's diverse communities and the media is a significant problem identified in an American Press Institute pilot program, which implemented an Inclusion Index developed by Letrell Deshan Crittenden, Ph.D. A Jan. 24 event at the August Wilson African American Cultural Center in Pittsburgh drew media and community members who spoke about improving coverage.
The Economic Hardship Reporting Project is a nonprofit organization that supports independent journalists financially, editorially and through co-publishing efforts with renowned media outlets. EHRP Executive Director Alissa Quart says: "We’re changing how people in media work with working-class people and with the concepts around inequality and social class.”
The days of journalists swooping into a local community or neighborhood to gather the news and then returning to work in isolation in a downtown newsroom have ended for many newspapers. The Charlotte (North Carolina) Observer is the latest to follow that trend with its mobile newsroom.
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The Israel Defense Forces has apologized for the death of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, a year to the day after she was killed by a bullet to the back of the head while covering an Israeli military operation in Jenin in the occupied West Bank.
The Inter American Press Association condemned the intensification of repression in Nicaragua, which has left detained three journalists since the beginning of April. The organization urged the international community to swiftly denounce the regime's persecution of freedom of expression and press freedom.
The board overseeing Puerto Rico’s finances convinced the high court to prevent a media organization from gaining access to government documents.
Thoughts, aloud. “Matter of Opinion” features lively conversations from Opinion’s Michelle Cottle, Ross Douthat, Carlos Lozada and Lydia Polgreen. The first episode premiered May 11.
The multi-year collaboration aims to provide value to sports fans and access to major sports moments.
A recent investigation by NewsGuard found more than 49 such AI-generated websites in seven languages.
Elon Musk said Thursday he has found a new CEO for Twitter, or X Corp. as it’s now called — and it’s a woman. He did not name her but said she will be starting in about six weeks.
CNN and new network boss Chris Licht are facing a fury of criticism — both internally and externally over the event.
States Newsroom, the nation’s leading network of state-based nonprofit news outlets, launched the Washington State Standard to provide free, high-quality, non-partisan reporting on the important issues affecting the Evergreen State.
A freelance photojournalist who was arrested while taking photos during a racial justice demonstration in 2020 has reached a $105,000 settlement with the city of Atlanta, his lawyers said.
A Kern County Superior Court judge granted a public defender’s motion Wednesday to obtain unpublished notes created by a Californian reporter during a jailhouse interview of a co-defendant who’s accused of killing a corrections counselor at The Shops at River Walk.
The suit, brought by a specialist in Russian disinformation, cites parallels with the recently settled Dominion Voting Systems case against Fox.
A Hong Kong newspaper announced Thursday it will stop publishing drawings by the city’s most prominent political cartoonist after they drew government complaints, in another example of restrictions on speech and media after a Beijing-led crackdown.
A major Paramount division announced Tuesday it will shutter MTV News and slash its U.S. workforce by 25%, bringing to an end the iconic music video network’s news division that once covered a range of issues from pop culture to politics and became a household name for Generation X and Millennial adolescents.
U.S. readers fear that AI technology will determine the future of news reporting, according a study by PR and marketing firm Bospar.
Publishers seeking to keep pace with advertising trends need to keep one thing in mind: video. 
Google is moving slowly and carefully to make AI happen. Maybe too slowly and too carefully for some people. But if you opt in, a whole new search experience awaits.
RNN began as a pilot project in 2021 as INN’s first sustained editorial collaboration consortium. Now, INN has launched, a website featuring RNN’s collaborative series as well as outstanding daily stories pulled from its 68 participating newsrooms operating across 46 states — a subset of the 400+ members of the INN Network.
A new research paper looks at the nuances of the podcast media format and the unique connection between podcasters and listeners. In addition, the study outlines best practices for brands interested in advertising on the media format.
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STN's user-focused video player functionality not only boosts engagement but also delivers enhanced KPIs and more revenue for publishers.
In a global effort to streamline their printing production workflow and lessen their dependencies and related costs tied to managing and supporting on-premises data centers (hardware and software), Gannett has already implemented ProImages NewsWayX Systems in 10 print locations with more planned in the coming months.
Deaths are up. Obits are down. Discover why private party placement is the secret to thriving with the digital generation, with three strategies to make your private party intake a revenue-generating success.
BlueLena, which supports independent news organizations with developing, implementing and managing subscription, membership and donation models, has announced a strategic partnership with Piano Software, a leading digital experience platform that supports subscription, conversion, analytics and personalization outcomes.
In February, The Press Enterprise, based in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, reached an agreement with SCS to install the Community Advertising System to standardize and modernize its advertising and production workflows.
Email newsletters continue to be one of the most powerful newsroom tools, regularly connecting publications with their audiences and encouraging readers to develop a habit and establish loyalty toward a news organization. Looking to spruce up a newsletter or planning a new launch? Here are some tried and true strategies for optimizing newsletters that publishers can put into place today.
The challenges are many when launching a new local, nonprofit news outlet, especially in the current newspaper industry climate. Deciding to be a digital-only news source with a hard registration wall meant the Springfield (Missouri) Daily Citizen had to rely heavily on various technologies to manage email registration and subscriptions. BlueLena's intimate knowledge of subscription best practices allowed the paper to rapidly evolve its products toward launch.
Each year Editor & Publisher Magazine (E&P) and the Local Media Consortium (LMC) recognize companies that have done the impossible through successful innovation, implementing cost savings or developing new programs that have generated considerable increases in revenue or audience.
We need your help in recognizing the next generation of news publishing leaders,. We’re talking about people who are young, bright, and capable of tackling whatever the changing news media climate throws at them. Please help us by nominating a news publishing up-and-comer (or yourself) for our “25 Under 35” feature story that will appear in our February 2023 issue.
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Effective September 2023, Matea Gold will oversee several major newsroom departments.
Hank Stuever has been named deputy features editor of The Washington Post. He will focus on the Style section and the politics, media, fashion, entertainment and breaking news desks within Features, leading the daily report and working on the online Style relaunch.
Beginning this week, Mick Mulvaney will offer commentary and analysis across the network’s daytime and primetime programming, including the new political ensemble program, “The Hill,” and special election and political coverage. Mulvaney’s first appearance was May 9 on “The Hill” at 5 p.m. ET.
The Financial Times has appointed Soumaya Keynes as an economics podcast host and columnist. Keynes is currently Britain economics editor at The Economist and will join the FT in the summer.
Since December, eight top-ranking editors and executives at Gannett and flagship paper USA TODAY have left.
Variety has promoted Jem Aswad to lead all music content across digital, print and live media platforms as executive editor, music.
Krista Mahr comes to The New York Times from POLITICO, where she covered public health and the CDC.
Jeremy Childs joins the Los Angeles Times from the Ventura County Star, where he has worked as a reporter since 2016.
In a note to staff, New York Times Company CEO Meredith Levien announced some leadership and organizational changes to help accelerate growth.
Hadley Gamble, a CNBC reporter who ended up as part of the headlines involving the business-news outlet’s corporate parent and the ouster of its most recent CEO, is departing the company herself.
NPR welcomes the election of Milena Alberti-Perez and Margaret Low to the NPR Board of Directors.
Bo Hee Kim will partner with Hannah Poferl, chief data officer and head of Audience, to drive strategy, operations and execution of the newspaper's most critical priorities across the Audience Mission.
Industry Obits
French international news agency Agence France-Presse says its Ukraine video coordinator was killed Tuesday during a rocket attack near the eastern Ukrainian city of Bakhmut.
Former Pulitzer Prize Board Co-Chair and Administrator Mike Pride died Monday, April 24, in Florida from complications of a longstanding blood disorder. He was 76.
Martin Singerman, the son of a Bronx clothing salesman whose storied career led him to become publisher of The New York Post, has died at the age of 96, his family said.
Jack Feuer was most recently editorial director at UCLA. His stints as a reporter and editor included MediaPost, Adweek and Inside Media magazine.
On April 8, Carol Goss Daniels passed away at her home at age 59 after an eight-year battle with colon cancer.
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