The recent Investigative Reporters and Editors conference highlighted the importance of and commitment to serious journalism.
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A new forecast sees a bleak future for U.S. newspapers, despite some making progress growing their business online.
King County Superior Court should handle felony first court appearances instead of unelected District Court judges, who typically hear misdemeanors.
The Seattle Times editorial board, which already has begun vetting candidates for several offices in King and Snohomish counties, is here to help.
A local newspaper in Aurora, Colorado, is pursuing a Green Bay Packers-style community ownership model.
The local journalism crisis is being exacerbated by a global plunge in newsprint production. That's leading to soaring costs for remaining newspapers that are generally...
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A definitive new report on Australia's media bargaining policy explains how it's working to get big tech platforms to pay for news content.
A new poll highlights some serious concerns for a news industry that's increasingly reliant on public support and subscriptions.
Until schools are amply funded, they'll continue leaning heavily on parent and community contributions.
A group of 68 people were given a free, three-week newspaper subscription and then asked whether they would pay for one.