AAN Fighting for FOIA

AAN was one of fifty organizations who sent a letter to President Obama asking for his commitment to certain basic principles regarding the Freedom of Information Act. (FULL STORY)
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Dig Portland to Launch

Dig Publishing, LLC (parent company of alt-weekly media company Dig Boston) announced today that it will be launching a new company called Dig Portland. (FULL STORY)
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It's All Journalism: Behind the Scenes of the New York Times Innovation Report

An interview with Amy O'Leary, deputy editor of digital operations at The New York Times, and Tyson Evans, the Times' editor of newsroom strategy. (FULL STORY)
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East Bay Express to Readers: We're Doing Just Fine, Thank Younew

In a letter to readers, East Bay Express president Jay Youngdahl says "our publication is currently healthier than it has been for more than a decade."
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