The Feb. 27 issue of the New York Review of Books has a feature article by Nicholas Lemann, "Can Journalism be Saved?", that cites 14 books, including The News Untold: Community Journalism and the Failure to Confront Poverty in Appalachia, by our ...

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  1. Clay Carey's book noted in Nicholas Lemann's 'Can Journalism Be Saved?' piece in NYR
  2. AEJMC's COMJIG announces paper call for August 2020 conference
  3. McConnell backs anti-trust exemption for newspapers to negotiate compensation from Facebook and Google
  4. Understanding College/Media Partnerships: Call for Participants
  5. Pew's latest on "local news"
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Clay Carey's book noted in Nicholas Lemann's 'Can Journalism Be Saved?' piece in NYR

The Feb. 27 issue of the New York Review of Books has a feature article by Nicholas Lemann, "Can Journalism be Saved?", that cites 14 books, including The News Untold: Community Journalism and the Failure to Confront Poverty in Appalachia, by our esteemed...

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AEJMC's COMJIG announces paper call for August 2020 conference


AEJMC's Community Journalism Interest Group invites scholarly submissions from faculty and graduate students for paper and poster sessions to be presented at the 2020 AEJMC national conference in San Francisco, California, USA. The papers should...

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McConnell backs anti-trust exemption for newspapers to negotiate compensation from Facebook and Google

Dink NeSmith, CEO of Community Newspapers Inc.: "If you
let them get milk through the fence, they’ll never buy the cow.”
At the most polarized time in American politics since the Civil War, and more notably when the news media have become targets of...

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Understanding College/Media Partnerships: Call for Participants


Dear Colleagues,

Lara Salahi, assistant professor of broadcast and digital journalism at Endicott College, and Christina Smith, assistant professor of mass communication at Georgia College, are preparing to launch a research project that explores...

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Pew's latest on "local news"

Here's Pew's latest report on "local news." The premise of the report: "Amid the steady decline in local news, some states are considering stepping in to support the Fourth Estate. But critics worry that doing so might undermine the press’s role as a...

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