MORRISTOWN, NJ – FOX News, in partnership with the National Merit Scholarship Program, has selected a Morristown native as one of the recipients of its third annual Dr. Charles Krauthammer Memorial Scholarship. Emmett Gaffney, a student at the Oratory Preparatory School, son of FOX’s vice president of documentary programming, wasRead More →

New collaborative funding models are proving crucial to media innovation and will be key to ensuring the long-term sustainability of newsrooms and beyond. The media industry has seen rapid change in recent years, with the rise of online platforms and their challenge to traditional advertising revenue, forcing a fundamental rethinkRead More →

The News Media Alliance and MPA – The Magazine Media Association announced their agreement to merge. The newly merged association will be called News/Media Alliance and, according to a spokesperson, will focus on “building a powerful future for quality journalism”. Members of both organizations have approved the merger, which, subjectRead More →

Today, two of the industry’s leading associations representing news and magazine publishers are joining forces. Gretchen Peck | for editor and editor It’s official: the News Media Alliance (NMA) will merge today with The Magazine Media Association, still affectionately known by its former acronym, “MPA”, or the Magazine Publishers Association.Read More →

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 5, 2022– FOX News, in partnership with the National Merit Scholarship Program, has selected the recipients of the third annual Dr. Charles Krauthammer Memorial Scholarship, announced Suzanne Scott, CEO of FOX News Media. This year’s scholarships will be endowed for Emmett Gaffneyson of Vice President of DocumentaryRead More →

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–FOX News, in partnership with the National Merit Scholarship Program, has selected the recipients of the third annual Dr. Charles Krauthammer Memorial Scholarship, FOX News Media CEO Suzanne Scott announced. This year’s scholarships will be endowed for Emmett Gaffneyson of Vice President of Documentary Programming, Brian Gaffney andRead More →

Recent conversations with journalism and mass media students give me hope. The same goes for updates from college and university faculty members and reporters, editors and producers of our Alabama-based newspapers, television newscasts and multimedia outlets. As we’ve spoken with representatives from our Alabama Baptist schools and our public schoolsRead More →

And finally tonight at Nine News Adelaide and a story about a hot air balloon making an emergency landing: WILL MCDONALD: As reported by Mimi Becker, the 12 passengers on board were not seriously injured… MIMI BECKER: It may be a few months before we find out why this balloonRead More →

On Wednesday, April 13, two guest speakers briefed the Port Jefferson Harbor Commission on the state of Port Jefferson Harbor and its future. George Hoffman, co-founder of the Setauket Harbor Task Force, shared the history of the Harbor Commission over the past two decades. “Until 2000, the commission had notRead More →

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — As the 30th anniversary of the Los Angeles Uprising approaches, many in the community are reflecting on the lessons learned from this historic period. Asian Americans Advancing Justice Los Angeles brought together many civil rights leaders working to build unity before, during and after the 1992Read More →

It hasn’t been a month since CNN+ launched, and it could already be seeing its last days as a streaming service. According to VarietyWarner Bros. Discovery is shutting down CNN+ starting April 30. The cessation of operations of the streaming platform is the first major decision since the formalization ofRead More →

A widespread attack by hackers on Israeli news organizations and media has rendered them inaccessible, including its official television network. AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): A widespread attack by hackers on Israeli news organizations and media has rendered them inaccessible, including its official television network. Cyber-attacks have become a powerful andRead More →


As the country transitions from one crisis to another, more Americans face financial hardship, according to a poll conducted by Salary Finance, the world’s largest supplier of socially responsible financial solutions in the workplace. Lack of COVID initiatives like student debt forgiveness and expanded child tax credit, high housing costs,Read More →

MC Ren Lexander welcomes members and guests to the resumed weekly PCEC meetings and introduces the famous Barry Kenyon from Pattaya as a guest speaker. After suspending meetings for the first few months of the year, the Pattaya City Expats Club held its first meeting of 2022 on Wednesday, AprilRead More →

Breadcrumb Links Comment NP The Australian system has been great for journalism, but it has some problems. Hope Canada learns from them Publication date : April 15, 2022 • 22 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation Bill Grueskin Content of the article Congratulations, Canadian journalists! ParliamentRead More →

Huntington City Supervisor Ed Smyth (right) and Deborah Misir, the city’s first Indian-American prosecutor, greeted city and county officials, representatives from local Hindu temples and members of the community for a cultural celebration of Holi, a “Festival of Colors”. , celebrating love and inclusion at Huntington City Hall on Wednesday,Read More →

Pamela Jane Nye nurse, aka: The Vaccinator FRONTLINE HERO NURSES The beginning ‘THE NURSES’ WALL’ – a virtual gift from a grateful public to the more than 20 million frontline nurse heroes around the world and the 3,000 people who have died battling the Covid-19 virus. Emotional nursing value? Comforting.Read More →

My liberal bias as editor of Citizen has become too entrenched over the past two years and I apologize to the readers for that. Last week, The Citizen published an article in the Canadian Press about efforts to create a three-digit national suicide prevention hotline. Here’s the headline: “Making theRead More →

“Propaganda begins when dialogue ends.” — Jacques Ellul Democracy cannot flourish without a well-informed and enlightened public. Several miles from Long Island, against the backdrop of a momentous war in Ukraine, there is another war for the public conscience of people around the world. It is a war against aRead More →

María Elena Salinas has joined ABC News as a contributor. The former longtime Univision news anchor will also serve as a consultant for the Race and Culture unit. ABC News President Kim Godwin sent a memo to staff announcing Salinas to the news division. Salinas recently contributed to CBS News,Read More →

Supervisor Ed Romaine (pictured with ‘Curby’, the town’s recycling mascot) announced that registration for Brookhaven’s 14th Annual Big Cleanup is now open. The event, which is co-sponsored by the City of Brookhaven’s Department of Recycling and Sustainable Materials Management and TEACHERS Federal Credit Union, will take place on Saturday, MayRead More →

Social media has allowed people to connect and find each other. Unfortunately, this has also provided another outlet for scammers. According to the Federal Trade Commission, “More than one in four people who said they lost money to fraud in 2021 said it started on social media with an advertisement,Read More →

Medications and lifestyle changes can reduce your risk By David Dunaief, MD. Dr. David Dunaief With all the focus on infectious disease prevention over the past couple of years, many have lost sight of the risks of heart disease. Despite improving numbers in recent years, heart disease still accounts forRead More →

Photo courtesy of SUNY New Paltz Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Barton Gellman, left, 2022 James H. Ottaway Sr. Visiting Professor of Journalism, speaks during a Q&A hosted by SUNY New Paltz President Donald Christian, to the right. Gellman will give a talk titled “Secrets, Leaks and the National Security State,” onRead More →

The media is finding creative ways to circumvent Kremlin efforts to block independent reporting in Russia, using everything from carbon-copy websites to encryption tools and anonymous browsers. Why is this important: While old-fashioned workarounds like shortwave radio are reintroduced, journalists trying to break through the Russian Iron Curtain for theRead More →

NEW YORK & EL SEGUNDO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 21, 2022– FOX News Media will expand the distribution of its streaming services on DIRECTV platforms, the two companies announced today. FOX News Media’s subscription streaming service FOX Nation will now be available on DIRECTV as a premium add-on that debuted yesterday withRead More →

In an increasingly modern, information-based economy, survival requires an ability to adapt to a changing environment. On the other hand, those who shrink in the face of change will have the hardest time navigating this new normal. This week, TBR News Media had the chance to speak with several leadersRead More →

INMA’s Subscription Benchmarking Service is designed as an international peer-to-peer exchange, promising an active benchmarking community and offering data-rich dashboards with actionable insights and personalized subscription best practices . The paying service is accessible to INMA member companies that publish at least one online information service. Publishers are not boundRead More →

A former village clerk is set to take over the mayor’s seat. Donna Koch Residents of the Village of Northport voted for Donna Koch for mayor on March 15. She beat current administrator Dave Weber Jr. for the spot, with an unofficial result of 1,015-799. Until 2020, Koch worked asRead More →

Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq March 14 (THEWILL) — The Federal Government, in collaboration with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has concluded plans to empower 75,600 beneficiaries of Lots A and B of the N-Power scheme financially. The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs,Read More →

The Huntington Arts Council has announced that the board has chosen Kieran Johnson as the organization’s new executive director. Most recently, HAC’s Director of Community Partnerships and Development, Johnson has been an integral part of the organization since joining as Chief Business Officer in July 2017. He currently serves asRead More →

On Friday, the Biden White House and mainstream US media continued to block any investigation into what US Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland called for during congressional testimony earlier in the week, “biological research facilities” in Ukraine. State Department Undersecretary for Political Affairs Victoria J. Nuland speaksRead More →

At the March 3 city council meeting, Councilwoman Jane Bonner paid tribute to a group of Rocky Point High School tech students who created a prosthetic hand for Anun Suastika, a six-year-old Indonesian boy born without fingers on the right hand. Anan’s father appealed on a website called E-name forRead More →

Passive and active voice graph by Anders BehrmanPicture by André Medhat to Unsplash The best news is about the action. You want to capture that in your writing and grab your audience’s attention. One of the ways is to choose the active voice. Strong verbs are the best words toRead More →

It’s time to honor the best of the best. The Smithtown Township Arts Council Winners Showcase Fine Art Exhibition opens Saturday, March 5 at Mills Pond Gallery in St. James. The exhibition features winning artists from the 2021 competition Members Showcase (Kyle Blumenthal, Donna Corvi, Margaret Minardi) A sense ofRead More →

The latest employment data in the advertising industry “Employment in advertising, public relations and related services jumped in February, tying the record for the biggest single-month gain on record,” Ad Age Datacenter’s Bradley Johnson reportsciting data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) just-released monthly jobs report. Essential context: EmploymentRead More →

As infection rates and deaths from COVID-19 begin to decline, greater attention is needed to the effects of the pandemic on mental health. In “Amid Drop in COVID Infections, Mental Health Concern Remains” by Daniel Dunaief featured in the Feb. 24 TBR News Media and online, Department of Health ServicesRead More →

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Kevin Costner attends a premiere party for Paramount Network’s … [+] “Yellowstone” in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic) MovieMagic Kevin Costner, the star of Paramount Network’s top-rated TV drama “Yellowstone,” is heading to Fox News Media streaming service later this year for a four-part documentary seriesRead More →

I would have told him there were better investments when it came to his time. Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin is giving more fodder to the liberal media. This happened after she addressed an alternative to the Conservative Political Action Committee. The America First Political Action Conference is an escape splinterRead More →

To find out what’s happening in your community, pay more attention to the news, not less. Americans are turning away from media coverage, especially among younger residents. The consequences will weaken communities. The national hostilities that escalated during the 2016 presidential election did not seem to wane. Politicians branded informationRead More →

According to researchers from New Jersey Gun Violence Research Center at Rutgers. the studypublished in the journal Health Communicationsheds light on how the media can shape American attitudes toward gun violence and suggests that spreading gun safety-related messages from media outlets monitored by gun owners might be the best approachRead More →

MOSCOW, February 17. /TASS/. Moscow hopes that representatives of Western countries and journalists from foreign media will be more serious and responsible about the statements they make, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Thursday. “Russia probably intends to wait for a more serious, responsible and truthful approach from representatives who makeRead More →