Boston Herald Not Made in the USA Journalism Traders Close Down 50 %

NEWM Closes $ down to from $ 52 Week High Boston, MA: Media Nation by Dan Kennedy reports As the Herald sheds jobs, its hedge-fund parent embraces overseas outsourcing and AI The news from MediaNews Group (formerly known as Digital First Media) just gets worse and ;Jim Clark writes that not only has he been laid off from his position as a sports copy editor at the Boston Herald, but that the Herald is “eliminating its copy desk positions.” Meanwhile, ... Share More:
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Greed, Lawyers, and the General Destroying the First Amendment Rights of the Public

VT STRONG news wilderness – Montpellier, VT: VT Digger Aidan Quigley reports Attorneys cry foul on State of Vermont Attorney General Donovan barring photos during record inspections Attorney General TJ Donovan has imposed a new rule barring members of the public from photographing records they are inspecting, in what civil rights attorneys say is a violation of both the Public Records Act and a recent landmark Vermont Supreme Court ; SHARE MORE:
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Boston Globe Teamsters Rally Strong Billionaire John Henry to Keep their Jobs

Boston Biz Journals Photos by BBJ's NEW Photographer Gary Higgins. NEWS STRONG news - Taunton, MA: Boston Biz Journals reports Between 150 and 200 union workers held a rally in Taunton on Monday to protest the Boston Globe's plan to cut 77 full-time and 44 part-time jobs at the facility before the end of the year. Share More:
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Public Media Station WHYY Unionizes

Asks leadership to voluntarily recognize the union — as opposed to requiring workers to go through a National Labor Relations Board election, which takes longer and is riskier for those trying to form a union because of certain legal rules. News Strong news Philadelphia, PA: The Philadelphia Inquirer Juliana Feliciano Reyes reports Journalists and other employees at public media station WHYY have decided to unionize. More than 80% of the nearly 100 radio and television workers in the proposed bargaining unit have signed cards to join SAG-AFTRA, the union that represents National Public Radio and ... Share More:
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Mogul Jeff Bezos attends Vigil for Murdered Journalist Jamal Khashoggi in front of Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul – Travel Advisory: Saudi Arabia – Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution

News Strong news - US Embassy and Consulate in Saudi Arabia reports Exercise increased caution in Saudi Arabia due to terrorism and the threat of missile and drone attacks on civilian targets. Do not travel to: Within 50 miles of the border with Yemen due to terrorism and armed conflict. Terrorist groups continue plotting possible attacks in Saudi Arabia. Terrorists may attack with little or no warning, targeting tourist locations, transportation hubs, markets/shopping malls, and local government facilities. Terrorists have targeted both Saudi and Western government interests, mosques and other religious sites (both Sunni and Shia), and places frequented by citizens and other Westerners. Regional actors…
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News Strong Judges Embracing the Notion that Major News Outlets are Partisan Combatants rather than Engaged in a Dispassionate Search for the Truth

News Strong news - US: Politico .com JOSH GERSTEIN reports A string of recent court setbacks for news organizations is prompting jitters among First Amendment advocates who fear that it could signal an erosion of the deference press outlets have enjoyed for decades in cases challenging their reporting. Some legal experts view the rulings as signs that the courts’ view of the media is beginning to change, with more Share More:
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Mogul Law Boston – Globe Union Fails to Earn “Boston Media Strong” Red Shirts Fair Wages as Parent Co Skews Wages to Red Sox

News Strong news - Boston, MA: Common Wealth magazine reports THE PARENT COMPANY of the Boston Globe sent out an email Friday to union members claiming the two sides have reached tentative agreement on a number of issues, but the union downplayed the progress and said key financial areas of the contract remain ; The employees, including reporters, copy editors, and marketing, publishing, and business workers represented by the Boston Newspaper Guild, have been working without a new contract since ... Share More:
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Wilderness Finds – VTDigger Celebrates 10 Years of Non-Profit News Wilderness Publishing creating the Largest News Staff in Vermont

VT STRONG news - Montpellier, VT: VT Digger Ann Galloway reports Ten years ago, I started VTDigger with a notebook, a WordPress blog site and a determination to follow the news wherever it went. Today, thanks to readers who believe in the power of accountability reporting, VTDigger has the largest newsroom in Vermont with 18 reporters and editors covering the environment, politics, business and local communities. Just think what we can achieve together in the next 10 ; We need your support to continue publishing the fiercely independent journalism you deserve into the next decade. Over the next 10 days, we will be…
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Gatehouse New Media Investment Group NEWM Closes DOWN 2.83% -.26 to $8.94 as Quincy Patriot Ledger Spells Out Deplorable Racial Slur Resulting in Newsroom Divide and Resignation

NEWS STRONG news - Quincy, MA: Gatehouse Media New Media Investment Group NYSE: NEWM closes down to $ Top brass journalism traders have determined use of a racial slur in full was unnecessary and offensive on the Quincy Patriot Ledger front page. Share More:
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Misinformation endangers community, law enforcement officers and illegal aliens

NEWS STRONG news Seattle, WA: ICE reports 6 things you need to know about immigration enforcement Advocacy groups, citizens and politicians who propagate incorrect or misleading information about the U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) mission create baseless concerns in the community and place innocent bystanders, aliens and law enforcement officers in danger. Local and national efforts are being made by ICE to increase the accurate information given to the community about our mission with the intent of fostering trust and better collaboration in communities across the United States. Here is what you need to know to reduce risk…
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