An international trend in favor of the “right to be forgotten” is leading newspapers to rethink their policies on taking down published news articles.
In the wake of the Capital Gazette shooting in Annapolis, Md., here are some basic steps journalists should follow to stay safe.
Susan Brandscheid, a longtime UW-Madison employee and School of Journalism and Mass Communication adviser, died Wednesday at age 70.
In a tremendous victory for newspapers across the country, the International Trade Commission voted this morning to reverse tariffs imposed on newsprint imported from Canada.
The U.S. Department of Commerce today reduced tariffs imposed earlier this year on Canadian newsprint producers, offering a partial reprieve to publishers who have struggled to absorb increased newsprint costs.
The Legislative Council Study Committee on the Use of Police Body Cameras held its first meeting Thursday at the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison.
The WNA Foundation will honor 10 industry leaders during this year’s Memorial Pylon ceremony Aug. 17 in Eagle River, Wis.
Nineteen members of Congress, as well as Wisconsin newspaper publisher Andrew Johnson, testified Tuesday before the ITC against proposed newsprint tariffs.
Read remarks made by Wisconsin newspaper publisher Andrew Johnson to the International Trade Commission regarding proposed tariffs on Canadian newsprint.
Following Thursday’s shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis, Md., several fundraisers have been set up to help those affected by the tragedy that killed editorial page editor Gerald Fischman, 61; assistant editor and columnist Rob Hiaasen, 59; sportswriter John McNamara, 56; Rebecca Smith, 34, a sales assistant hired in November; and Wendi Winters, 65, a community correspondent in…