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NPC president Tommy Burr believes Donald Trump should "embrace the role of independent journalists in a democratic society." (2 reader comments)
PR people pitching media should do this in terms of what will benefit consumers and should “eliminate jargon,” reporters told a “Meet the Media” event Oct. 12 at G&S Business Communications.
Friends Spencer Stone, Anthony Sadler and Alex Skarlatos tell the story of their encounter with a terrorist on a train from Amsterdam to Paris last summer in The 15:17 to PARIS.
Do newspaper readers want to read about "puppy dogs" or real news? was discussed Sept. 21 when a Daily News panel examined advertiser-initiated editorial content that looks like it was written by the news staff. (3 reader comments)
A study on the online behaviors of American teens found that YouTube and Gmail were more poplar among this demographic than Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.
The crumbling wall between the “business” and “editorial” sides of media, which has helped credibility in media to plummet from 69% in 1974 to 21% last year, is the topic of a New York Daily News panel Wednesday at 6 p.m.
The New York Daily News is hosting a series of public events focused on “the changing new media landscape.” Editor-in-chief Jim Rich will be among panelists Sept. 21 at 6 p.m. at 11 Times Square.
Fox News parent 21st Century Fox settled a high-profile harassment suit by former host Gretchen Carlson for $20M and apologized for the company’s treatment of Carlson, who has hired a high-powered Hollywood PR exec.
Trade group the Newspaper Association of America has dropped "newspaper" from its name and re-branded as the News Media Alliance in a bid to highlight the industry’s “evolution” to digital content.
The Brookings Institution has fired back at the New York Times with a 7,000-word, annotated retort after the paper published a series of articles about the influence and funding of corporations on think tanks.
Ads that look like editorial matter are a “necessary evil,” say 45% of those voting in a current poll on this website. They are “unethical,” say 27%. Since stories “with a Mickey in them” are being pushed by New York Times and others, it’s no wonder Facebook is thriving.
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