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When the Huntsman family bought The Salt Lake Tribune in April 2016, rescuing it from Digital First Media ownership, the more secular of the city's two newspapers seemed to have gained nothing less than a new lease on life.
Unless you’re a media reporter, you probably don’t have to dig regularly into newsroom websites, searching for some way to contact people who work there.
Raleigh station WRAL is blocking users with IP addresses based in the EU to comply with the European Union's sweeping new online privacy law.
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Hilary Sargent has accused the Globe's top editor, Brian McGrory, of sending her an inappropriate text. McGrory says he cannot recall such a text, and the newspaper management is investigating.
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Media Twitter experienced a bit of a meltdown on Wednesday afternoon as space-and-street entrepreneur Elon Musk mused about setting up a crowdsourc
Unfair treatment of the press happens a lot in Washington — under Democratic and Republican administrations.
Digital advertising revenue, dominated by giants like Google and Facebook, is on course to