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ONMA starts search for new executive director

The ONMA has formally launched a search for a new president and executive director to replace current CEO Dennis Hetzel, who has announced that he and his wife plan to retire and move to North Carolina in 2019.

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Recent News From the Bulletin

Newspaper adds a sunset to searching police public records

The Southeast Missourian announced a policy to block search engines from court and police public records and subsequent articles after six years.

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Google's new dataset search is a game-changer, plus 10 tools for investigative journalism

Samantha Sunne, my fellow digital tools newsletter writer, just put together a fantastic list of 10 investigative tools for the Global Investigative Journalism Network.

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'We’re Your Neighbors:' ONMA offers special Newspaper Week ads you can customize

This year National Newspaper Week (NNW) will be celebrated from October 7 to 13. The theme for NNW is "Journalism matters now more than ever," a response to recent attacks on the media industry.

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Would Ohio editors publish an anonymous op-ed column?

The New York Times took the extraordinary step last week of publishing an anonymous op-ed column by a “senior official” in the Trump administration that described White House chaos and a group of officials who believe they must undermine the president’s worst tendencies for the good of the country.

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Google offering free ‘G Suite licenses’ to small news organizations

The shift to digital has had a transformational effect on the news industry. To help news publishers manage that transition, earlier this year we announced the Google News Initiative, focused on elevating quality journalism, enabling new business models, and empowering news organizations to innovate through technology.

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Into the Issues by Al Cross

Most of us who have worked in rural newsrooms probably gave little thought to safety until the recent mass shooting at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, where a man upset with the newspaper’s coverage of his court case walked into the newsroom and shot five people to death.

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