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Register before March 6 for the Phoenix NewsTrain to get the early-bird price of $75 for a workshop of accomplished instructors teaching relevant digital skills on April 6-7 at Arizona State University. Register yourself and your colleagues for just $75 to experience a day and a half of digital training …

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Journalism and activism

Something I read today in a newsletter from Columbia Journalism Review about the students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School just didn’t ring true. “Almost every journalism textbook,” wrote the authors of the CRJ newsletter, “says activism and journalism are incompatible. But the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas are busy …

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Some newspapers need a lot more news

By Peter Wagner Not all newspapers are dead and the printed newspaper business is not doomed. However, many editors and publishers, hearing the “sky is falling,” have hurt the industry by cutting content, news hole and subscriber value. Instead, they should have increased interest with more local content. Newspapers remain …

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Golden Quill deadline extended to March 1

From Chad Stebbens and Steve Ranson at the International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors: Given that we have received significantly fewer Golden Quill entries this year than in 2017, the ISWNE board has authorized us to extend the entry deadline to March 1. The contest is open to community newspapers …

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