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ProPublica’s Richard Tofel plans to retire, but still has big plans

Richard Tofel, ProPublica’s first employee and its top business executive since the nonprofit investigative site’s inception in 2007, announced Wednesday that he plans to retire.Tofel, who turned

Joe Biden’s press office mishandles first major controversy

Less than a month into the Biden administration and already there was a significant, embarrassing and completely inappropriate situation in his press office.It all started when Vanity Fair’s Caleb E

Can better corrections improve news readers’ trust?

For example, perhaps we can improve the corrections process so that readers are working — in crowdsourced fashion — to improve the accuracy of our news and information? .Most journalists know by

A look at two prominent resignations from The New York Times

Two prominent journalists have resigned from The New York Times in recent days.The Daily Beast broke the story that McNeil, while serving as a guide on a Times-sponsored trip to Peru for high school

I graduated during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s not going well.

Every time I opened Twitter last spring, I was met with bad news from people who worked in the media industry.Getting through my final semester was difficult, and the emotional toll of living through

We have to cover people all the time, not just when there’s tragedy

Louis was embarking on a project where he’d be painting one piece a day depicting positive images of Black fatherhood.It was called “365 Days with Dad,” and regularly, I’d find one of artist C

McClatchy will outsource printing for two NC newsrooms, costing 81 full and part-time jobs

Two more local newsrooms will get printed by another company in another city.The Inquirer, owned by the Lenfest Institute, will outsource that work to another Gannett newspaper.Newspapers have been c

NOLA.com is set to stage a $1 million virtual Mardi Gras

com, digital site of The New Orleans Advocate and Times-Picayune, has mounted a 4.During the pandemic shutdown a motivated krewe or two may stage a mini-parade, Advocate/Times-Picayune editor Peter Ko

The man convicted of murdering WSJ reporter Daniel Pearl will be released from jail in Pakistan

The man convicted of kidnapping and murdering Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl is set to be released from jail after a 2-1 ruling by Pakistan’s Supreme Court.Through their attorney, the Pe

How 60 reporters from 25 media outlets in 18 countries are finishing the work of murdered journalists.-

In 2012, Regina Martínez was killed brutally in her home in Xalapa, Mexico.'What the local press did not want to publish was published through Regina Martínez,' Jorge Carrasco, Proceso’s editor-i