The old newspaper business model has all but evaporated.
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According to the results of a new, disturbing report by the Pew Research Center, 71 percent of Americans think their local media outlets are doing just fine financially, but only 14 percent report paying for local news during the past year. Does anyone else see the problem here?
For years, the rumors about Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma and a female intern have been as much a part of the Statehouse as the building’s stone walls and marble floors.
Any real journalist will tell you his or her ultimate responsibility is to tell the truth to their readers. And, that person is not your enemy. That is someone who is on your side.
Someone has to try to tell the truth, even when – especially when – the most powerful people in the country won’t.
House Bill 1016 would have extended First Amendment press freedoms to Indiana middle and high school students.
House Bill 1016 passed out of the House Education Committee by a 9-2 vote.
A New Voices bill that supports student journalists is back on the agenda for the 2018 Indiana General Assembly.
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Awards were presented by the Indiana Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists on Friday night.