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New York Times to offer employee buyouts amid digital shift

The New York Times will offer buyouts to members of its newsroom and several business departments later this month as the publisher cuts costs to invest more in increasing its digital audience. The... To view the full story, click the title link.

New York Times Opts For Voluntary Buyouts, Not Layoffs -- For Now

23 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

NEW YORK -- The New York Times will offer voluntary buyout packages to members of its newsroom and several business departments in order to reduce costs, Times management informed staff Wednesday. "As everyone knows, we’re living through...Show More Summary

New York Times Co. to Offer Buyouts to Employees

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The company’s executive committee said the move was intended to help achieve a more digitally focused newsroom and reach financial goals.

Fact or fiction? Some favorite newsroom myths.

When you work for The New York Times, you become immersed in its history and its fabled writing and writers. You connect to the Pulitzer Prizes, to the war correspondents, to the drama critics. And, of course, to the urban legends. In my 44 years at the Times, I discovered a host of newsroom myths, virtually all of them riffing...

BuzzFeed Building New York-Based Video Team To Focus On Hard News

2 days agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

BuzzFeed executive producer Henry Goldman is moving from Los Angeles to New York to lead a team within the media giant’s east coast newsroom that will focus on hard news videos. The transition from viral video content -- such as BuzzFeed’s...Show More Summary

In Adelson’s Newsroom, Looser Purse Strings and a Tighter Leash

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

In late January, about a half-dozen reporters from The Las Vegas Review-Journal gathered at a colleague’s apartment after work. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

In Adelson’s Newsroom, Looser Purse Strings and a Tighter Leash

At the Las Vegas paper now owned by the casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, current and former employees cite untenable editorial oversight, particularly of coverage related to Mr. Adelson.

#NPRreads: Take A Tour Of These Three Stories This Weekend

5 days agoNews : The Two-Way

Correspondents, editors and producers from our newsroom share the pieces that have kept them reading, using the #NPRreads hashtag. Each weekend, we highlight some of the best stories.

SAPVoice: How Big Data Is Changing The News Industry

By Maggie Chan Jones, Chief Marketing Officer, SAP In the run-up to the U.S. presidential election, newsrooms are working at a fever pitch. But if we slow down a minute to take a closer look at modern-day news organizations, we might ask ourselves: can they really provide accurate, unbiased information on [...]

CNN's Costello Badgers Sanders Surrogate; Likens Base to Trump Voters

On Wednesday's CNN Newsroom, Carol Costello hounded Bernie Sanders supporter Charles Chamberlain over the chaos at Nevada's Democratic state convention between the supporters of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Costello accused Sanders's...Show More Summary

This Just In: Donald Trump Potentially A Misogynist! Also, Water Wet!

Only bits and pieces of info are trickling into the newsroom, but The New York Times is reporting that Donald Trump makes women uncomfortable, and has in fact done so for years. On Monday's "Late Show," Stephen reacted to this breaking...Show More Summary

Report: Sasha Frere-Jones left LA Times under a cloud

The Wrap says that newsroom gossip is true about a strip club expense account, a free trip and more.

CNN Covers Syrian Christians Fighting to Keep Christian History, Language Alive Amidst Persecution

Monday morning on CNN’s Newsroom with Carol Costello, international correspondent Frederik Pleitgen gave an excellent and respectful report on a topic the media often ignores: Christians persecuted by Islamic radicals. Costello introduced...Show More Summary

We’re Taking a Break from Slack. Here’s Why

At Motherboard, we're reevaluating how we use the group chatting app as a newsroom.

CNN's Beinart: World Leaders Should Avoid US If Trump Bans Muslim Immigration

Appearing as a guest on Sunday's CNN Newsroom with Fredricka Whitfield, liberal CNN political commentator Peter Beinart -- also a contributor for The Atlantic -- went over the top as he made known his view that, if "profoundly bigoted"...Show More Summary

LG Unveils Worlds' First Action Cam with LTE, No Smartphone Required for YouTube Streaming

South Korean tech giant LG has recently unveiled to the world an action camera that will have its competitors reevaluate their products. According to a report by LG Newsroom, the latest addition to the company's product line is officially dubbed as the LG Action CAM LTE. Show More Summary

#NPRreads: 3 Stories To Stake Out This Weekend

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Correspondents, editors and producers from our newsroom share the pieces that have kept them reading, using the #NPRreads hashtag. Each weekend, we highlight some of the best stories.

Power Line Show, Episode 35: “Dangerous Doctrine”

(Steven Hayward) One of the things the Power Line Editorial Board did in our rare in-person gathering on Wednesday in John’s kitchen/newsroom was tape a new episode of the Power Line Show, where we kick around with Scott his daily beat...Show More Summary

SecureDrop use is growing in newsrooms, but security fears mean few will detail exactly how they use it

For newsrooms, the first rule about SecureDrop is you don’t talk about SecureDrop — or not too much, anyway. That’s clear from a new report from Columbia’s Tow Center for Journalism, which looked at how sites such as The Intercept, Gawker and ProPublica are making use of SecureDrop, the encrypted anonymous commutation software maintained by The...

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