THE HILL BY Joe Concha New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet is predicting that “most local newspapers are going toRead more
By Keith J. Kelly The Newhouse family, which owns publications ranging from Vanity Fair to The Star-Ledger, just gave aRead more
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By RICH EGGER Scientific American recently conducted a study that found newspaper closures are linked to partisanship. The publication used voting dataRead more
A bill filed by Republicans in the Georgia House this week proposes a “Journalism Ethics Board” to oversee news coverage in the state. It also suggests fines and sanctions to punish outlets that don’t comply with parts of the proposed law.