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March 2021


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U.S. to Introduce Bill Making Google, Facebook Pay for Publishers' Content
Local Newspapers Rail Against Bills to Remove Paid Public Notices, Fear Lack of Transparency
How Newsrooms Are Building Better Paywalls
Reporting Social Media


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Dental EconomicsDental Economics
Endeavor Business Media
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RDHEndeavor Business Media
RDH is published monthly for the dental hygienist committed to ongoing professional growth. Reporting on topics such as hygiene practice management, evidence-based periodontics, infection control, oral pathology, new product evaluations and continuing education, RDH covers crucial issues that affect hygienists every day.

Police and Security NewsPolice and Security News
Performance Publishing, LLC
Police and Security News is a bimonthly publication edited for management and administrative personnel within the law enforcement and homeland security industries.

 


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U.S. to Introduce Bill Making Google, Facebook Pay for
Publishers' Content

U.S. to Introduce Bill Making Google, Facebook Pay for Publishers' ContentA U.S. bill introduced by U.S. lawmakers would make it easier for news organizations to negotiate collectively with platforms like Google and Facebook to get a better price for their content that serves up in search engines or news feeds. | READ MORE

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Local Newspapers Rail Against Bills to Remove Paid Public
Notices, Fear Lack of Transparency

Local Newspapers Rail Against Bills to Remove Paid Public Notices, Fear Lack of TransparencyNewspapers argue that these bills would reduce transparency while hurting them financially.

Faced with declining revenues on all fronts, local newspapers are fighting legislative attempts to remove one more key source of cash: paid government notices. And they are using the one weapon they have: their own pages. | READ MORE

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How Newsrooms Are Building Better Paywalls

How Newsrooms Are Building Better PaywallsGannett's Amalie Nash is tired of journalists apologizing when they charge money for product. After all, other businesses don't do that.

"It's not like at Starbucks, 'I'd like a medium coffee.' 'Well, sorry ma'am, we're going to have to charge you $4 for that,'" Nash said.

At a time when local news finances are in need of a double shot, newsrooms are getting more aggressive and less apologetic about their paywalls. And they're trying a variety of strategies to make them as effective as possible. | READ MORE

 

 

 


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Reporting Social Media

Each type of social media, such as (but not limited to) Facebook, Twitter and Instagram will be reported separately in the Audit Report and Publisher's Statement. The publisher may select the social media platforms to include in the report.

The information will be based on data collected on the last day of the month covered by the audit period (March, June, September and December).

Social media figures are cumulative, not averages.

To learn more about adding social media to your audit, please contact Verified at 415-461-6006.



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