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Views of the News Preview: Columbia Daily Tribune announces daily delivery to continue

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The Columbia Daily Tribune’s parent company says it’s ‘calling an audible’ and holding off on next month’s planned reduction in print production while it analyzes data and subscriber feedback.

Kevin Graeler, Columbia Daily Tribune: “From the editor: Columbia Daily Tribune print frequency change on hold; daily delivery to continue

Kevin Graeler, Columbia Daily Tribune: “From the editor: Inside the more digitial future of the Columbia Daily Tribune” (May 31, 2022)

Columbia Daily Tribune: “Columbia Daily Tribune making change to print delivery schedule starting in July” (May 11, 2022)

A case of two lawyers

John Belfonte, Columbia Missourian: “Boone County prosecutor found dead at home Saturday morning

Columbia Daily Tribune: “Top assistant appointed interim Boone County prosecutor after Knight’s death

Emily Spain, KOMU: “Boone County Sheriff’s Office investigating death of Columbia attorney

Twitter Feuds on Staff

Corbin Bolies & Zachary Petrizzo, The Daily Beast: “WaPo’s top editor orders reporters feuding on Twitter to play nice

Oliver Darcy, CNN: “The Washington Post suspends reporter David Weigel over sexist retweet

Sarah Rumpf, Mediaite: “WaPo editor admonishes staff to ‘treat each other with respect and kindness’ as numerous messy feuds play out on Twitter. It doesn’t work.

Ariel Zilber, New York Post: “Washington Post’s Felicia Sonmez blasts colleague David Weigel for retweeting sexist joke

Lindsay Kornick, Fox News: “Washington Post reporters continue airing their grievances with one another on Twitter

Keach Hagey, Politico: “Weigel quits – and a debate begins” (2010)

Oliver Darcy, CNN: “Washington Post criticized for suspending reporter over Kobe Bryant tweets” (2020)

January 6 Hearings

Tom Jones, Poynter: “The Jan. 6 hearings start this week. Will they matter?

Jacqueline Alemany, Josh Dawsey & Amy Gardner, Washington Post: “Jan. 6 committee set to make its case public with prime-time hearings

Ted Johnson, Deadline: “Fox News Channel won’t carry January 6thhearing and instead will move primetime coverage to business network

Brian Steinverg, Variety: “TV news shakes up schedules to cover Jan. 6 committee report on capitol attack

Laura Barrón-López, Politico: “How Biden plans to handle the Jan. 6 hearings

Breaking up with breaking news

Michael M. Grynbaum & John Koblin, New York Times: “CNN enters the post-Jeff Zucker era. Bye-bye ‘breaking news’ banners.

Sara Fischer, Axios: “CNN cutting back on over-hyping everything as ‘breaking news’

Sara Fischer, Axios: “Scoop: CNN evaluation partisan talent

AMY SIMONS teaches news literacy, multimedia journalism and advanced social media strategies.