Interest is declining and trust in news is low. Here’s why and how it could brighten the future for independent creators.
Facebook launched Bulletin, a newsletter platform that allows writers to offer subscriptions.
A fresh list of over 30 editing and writing opportunities!!
When local news fades, communities pay, Margaret Sullivan explains in her book Ghosting The News: Local Journalism and the Crisis of American Democracy.
Freelance journalist Olivier Dubois kidnapped in Mali, has confirmed he was being held by the Islamic militant group JNIM. Here’s what else is known…
AP announced several changes in coverage of the suspects in minor crimes. Here’s why…
Hunter Walker, a Substack freelancer, gets a White House press pass, without being attached to a major publication.
House Reps. Ted Lieu and Teresa L. Fernandez are proposing a new Federal Writers Project, a grant program to address unemployment in the writing community.
Police in Minneapolis have once again decided to flex on journalists. This time it’s the reporters covering the Daunte Wright protests.
A Facebook freelancing platform is in the works to help freelance writers, journalists, and content creators make money.
The Alaska Landmine lawsuit involves a website owner who sued Alaska’s governor for access to press conferences. The case ended with a favorable settlement. See why Jeff Landfield sued and terms of the agreement.
The US rolled out the Khashoggi Ban in response to the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Here’s what it means for journalists and who’s covered.
Facebook banned news on its platform for Australian users. Find out what happened, who’s winning in the battle to pay publishers, and what’s in the next chapter.
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Freelance journalist Zhang Zhan was sentenced to four years for her coronavirus coverage in Wuhan.