Newspapers are dying? This digital media veteran launched one anyway.

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It wasn’t even a decade in the past that Susan Clark was accountable for the Economist journal’s digital operation around the globe.

This was a forward-looking function that seemingly positioned her inside journalism’s vanguard on the time — championing media’s on-line future, at a corporation well-placed to faucet right into a profitable world viewers.

In different phrases, Clark was principally one of many final individuals you’d count on to launch a small-town print newspaper in 2022.

But she did simply that with the Redding Sentinel in Fairfield County, Conn. And whereas it’s nonetheless early within

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Pamplin Media Group – Oregon Metropolis college students ‘enthusiastic about singing and touring once more’

OCHS sends report largest delegation on European tour by way of Oregon Ambassadors of Music program

Eighteen college students from Oregon Metropolis Excessive Faculty are returning subsequent week after a 14-day journey by way of France, Switzerland, Austria and Germany with the Oregon Ambassadors of Music program.

OCHS choir director Julia Voorhies mentioned she was proud to be main her fourth European journey tour for college students, however this yr’s journey was particularly significant as the biggest within the faculty’s historical past and coming after two years of pandemic-related cancellations.

OC college students have 5 main concert events scheduled within

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Insurgent Wilson outing sparks Australia media reckoning

A newspaper’s risk to publish a narrative pushed Insurgent Wilson into popping out, critics say

When Australian actress and comic Insurgent Wilson revealed on Instagram she had discovered love with a girl, individuals celebrated her resolution to come back out – they believed – on her personal phrases.

However in a gossip column revealed by the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper the following day, its author disclosed he’d identified in regards to the information and given the actress 27 hours to reply “earlier than publishing”.

Veteran gossip columnist Andrew Hornery grumbled that Wilson had “opted to gazump” his story by sharing

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Sen. Klobuchar: Native media wants to have the ability to compete with Massive Tech for advert {dollars}

Sen. Amy Klobuchar chaired a listening to on Capitol Hill final week to handle the problem, and is advancing laws that might try to present native information shops extra leverage towards Massive Tech firms like Google and Meta.

Because the tech giants proceed to thrive off digital advert income, the Journalism Competitors and Preservation Act would permit information shops, no matter measurement, to collectively discount with advertisers, strengthening their negotiating place towards Massive Tech.

Klobuchar’s father, Jim Klobuchar, had a protracted profession as an area information journalist within the Midwest, working as a sportswriter and common columnist in her dwelling … Read More

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Muratov and Novaya Gazeta: Russia’s unbiased media stalwarts

Newspaper Novaya Gazeta, whose editor-in-chief Dmitry Muratov gained the Nobel Peace Prize, is a bastion of unbiased media in Russia with a dedication to free speech that has value a few of its journalists their lives.



The Nobel Committee in Oslo announces the recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize for 2021 as Filipino-American journalist Maria Ressa and Russian journalist and newspaper editor Dmitry Muratov


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The Nobel Committee in Oslo publicizes the recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize for 2021 as Filipino-American journalist Maria Ressa and Russian journalist and newspaper editor Dmitry Muratov



Dmitry Muratov was among a group of journalists who founded Novaya Gazeta in 1993 after the fall of the Soviet Union


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Dmitry Muratov was amongst a gaggle of journalists who based Novaya Gazeta in 1993 after the autumn of the Soviet Union

Muratov, who was amongst a gaggle of journalists who

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Afghan media collapses amid Taliban takeover, report says

The media business in Afghanistan has collapsed with the return of Taliban rule.

So way over 250 newspapers, radio applications and tv stations have disappeared in the course of the first hundred days of the militant’s rule, the Guardian reported, citing Afghan press monitor NAI. The group additionally discovered that 70% of the nation’s journalists had been out of labor.

“After I meet associates, they are saying ‘the media is completed’,” a photographer named Habibullah from northern Afghanistan advised the paper. “Both now we have to depart the nation, or now we have to get one other job.”

Habibullah is

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