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A study found many Google News Initiative projects in Middle East and Africa struggle to become more than makeshift versions of the original idea.
Though the fellowship in New Mexico is short — just nine months — the majority of alumni are currently working full-time in newsrooms across the state.
“I think the value of our paper is to tell researchers that you can use The New York Times, but you need to realize The New York Times is representative of itself.”
“There are other big questions hanging over the program, like whether it has actually helped stave off the collapse of newsrooms.”
“Our interviews showed that platforms were able to push for individual deals that aligned with their own business priorities.”
A large group of people in graduation gowns in black and white.
The Tribune set 200 graduating seniors as an “original modest benchmark” for sign-ups and has already surpassed 250.
Gannett has around 200 newsrooms, and editorial employees at around two dozen of those will go on strike.
The new site from the former owner of The Hill — backed by $50 million — feels like a remnant of an earlier age.
Silver on ABC: “They have limited rights to some models post–license term, but not the core election forecast stuff.”