The newspaper business is projected to decline through 2026, but an author of a recent forecast still sees opportunity for the industry.
Whether the sale of Axios improves the journalism crisis depends on whether the company's new owners substantially invest in local news coverage.
The Local Matters newsletter is inspiring for anyone who appreciates the importance of a robust local press system.
Timely new curriculum from the News Literacy Project is based on the "Storm Lake" documentary about a family-owned newspaper in Iowa.
The Rhode Island Democrat explains why Congress needs to help save local news outlets with the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act.
In a new report, the U.S. Copyright Office declined to support stronger protection for news content.
If you’re concerned about the journalism crisis and its effect on democracy, contact your representatives and urge their support.
In this week’s Save the Free Press newsletter excerpts: Google’s reported “breakup” offer, falling trust in newspapers, new owners for a former Gannett paper and...
America's newspapers continue to close at a rate of two per week, according to a new version of the pivotal "news desert" research.
A new forecast sees a bleak future for U.S. newspapers, despite some making progress growing their business online.