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News From Your Neighborhood, Brought to You by the State of New Jersey
How Newspaper Closures Open the Door to Corporate Crime
A Secretive Hedge Fund Is Gutting Newsrooms
Opinion | Your Newspaper’s Not Making Money? Make It Permanent as a Nonprofit!
Local News Coverage Is Declining — And That Could Be Bad For American Politics
When the Local Paper Shrank, These Journalists Started an Alternative
How Chicago is reimagining the future of local journalism as papers decline
5 Pieces of Good News About the News
Tribune closing 5 newsrooms including NY Daily News
As Local News Dies, a Pay-for-Play Network Rises in Its Place
Can Podcasts Save Local News?
Can Journalism Be Saved?
Newsroom layoffs will be brutal in 2020
Yes, Fake News Is a Problem. But There’s a Real News Problem, Too.
‘This is the time for pooling resources’: A Q&A with Kristen Hare
As election looms, a network of mysterious ‘pink slime’ local news outlets nearly triples in size
The Last Reporter in Town Had One Big Question for His Rich Boss
Local journalism is in crisis. Author Margaret Sullivan shows what’s at stake
Do You Live in a News Desert?
McClatchy, a Family Newspaper Business, Heads Toward Hedge-Fund Ownership
Here are the newsroom layoffs, furloughs and closures caused by the coronavirus
Local newspapers are dying. Here’s how we can save them
4 Ways to Fund — and Save — Local Journalism
Year of Fear, Chapter 19: How Facebook has undermined communal conversation in McKeesport
City’s 617 percent news rack fee hike could severely hamper PW distribution
L.A. Times to Furlough Workers as Ad Revenue ‘Nearly Eliminated’
KPCC Latest Media Outlet to Endure Financial Troubles
Why Australia Is Making Facebook and Google Pay the Media
Save the Free Press Initiative seeks solutions for local journalism
City socks it to local papers in news rack permitting fees
How the federal government could help keep local news alive
Newspapers matter to communities. California lawmakers can help them survive
Coronavirus crisis hastens the collapse of local newspapers. Here’s why it matters
Rocked by coronavirus losses, TV, radio, newspapers seek government ad dollars
Stop The Presses! Newspapers Affect Us, Often In Ways We Don't Realize
As the coronavirus continues to spread across the U.S., weekly newspapers mobilize to support their communities
US newspapers face 'extinction-level' crisis as Covid-19 hits hard
COVID-19 Accelerates Local News Trends, for Bad and Good
There can't be press freedom without the press
After coronavirus furloughs, Gannett newspapers lay off journalists around the country