Decline of Local Journalism is Likely Increasing Voter Polarization Media
Decline of Local Journalism is Likely Increasing Voter Polarization

WASHINGTON — In May 2017, former Republican Rep. Leonard Lance crossed party lines and voted against the GOP health care repeal, a proposal deeply unpopular with voters in New Jersey’s 7th District, which he had represented in Washington for nearly... Read More

Los Angeles Times Reaches Historic Agreement With Newsroom Union Media
Los Angeles Times Reaches Historic Agreement With Newsroom Union

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Times on Wednesday reached a tentative labor agreement with the guild that represents about 475 members of its newsroom, a milestone for a newspaper that for generations was known as a bastion of anti-unionism.... Read More

Reporter’s White House Press Pass Reinstated by Judge After Altercation Media
Reporter’s White House Press Pass Reinstated by Judge After Altercation
2019-09-06 14:27:59
by Tom Ramstack

WASHINGTON - A federal judge reinstated the White House press pass of Playboy magazine reporter Brian Karem Tuesday after it was taken away by the Trump administration’s press secretary. Karem lost his press pass in July after a loud altercation... Read More

Newsroom Employment Continues to Decline, Led by Newspapers, Study Finds Media
Newsroom Employment Continues to Decline, Led by Newspapers, Study Finds
2019-07-17 20:22:55
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Newsroom employment continues to decline across the United States, driven primarily by job losses at newspapers, a new study says. For a report released Wednesday, the Pew Research Center analyzed 10 years of occupational employment data compiled by... Read More

Mississippi Pol Denies Female Reporter Access Citing ‘Billy Graham Rule’ In The News
Mississippi Pol Denies Female Reporter Access Citing ‘Billy Graham Rule’

Robert Foster, a first-term Mississippi state representative running for governor, declined to allow a female reporter to cover a campaign trip — that is, unless she brought a male colleague with her. Foster said in a tweet that the rejection... Read More

FOIA Doesn't Entitle Newspaper to Private Business Information Supreme Court
FOIA Doesn't Entitle Newspaper to Private Business Information
2019-06-24 21:08:54
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that the media and general public are not entitled to every bit of information a government body collects about private businesses. The underlying case came to the high court from South Dakota... Read More

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