Dan Kennedy Professor of Journalism email@example.com 617.373.5187 Expertise emerging business models for news, journalism ethics, news reporting Dan Kennedy in the Press Article NECN Boston Globe to Lay Off 30 Print Workers in Taunton The loss of the New York Times contract was first reported this weekend by Northeastern University Journalism professor Dan Kennedy. According to that report, posted to his blog, Media Nation, the Times will now be printed at a plant owned by Dow Jones & Co. Inc., the parent company of The Wall Street Journal, in […] Article CommonWealth Magazine Citing increasingly toxic climate, Michelle Wu turns away from Twitter Some cited Musk’s welcoming back of prominent purveyors of misinformation like Donald Trump, who had been tossed off the platform because of his role inciting the January 6 insurrection, while others, including Northeastern University journalism professor Dan Kennedy, have pointed to Musk’s own behavior. Article Is recession coming in 2023?, a look back at the year in health: 5 Things podcast But why didn’t anyone notice until after Santos was elected? Producer PJ Elliott spoke with Dan Kennedy, a journalism professor at Northeastern University and author of the blog Media Nation, to find out the answer. Article Vanity Fair “Feels like a real slap in the face”: there’s new money in local news, just not at the papers That reality has created a fundamentally different product than what local newspapers offer, Dan Kennedy, a journalism professor at Northeastern University and media critic who has spent the past dozen or so years studying the trajectory of local news, said. Article Patriot Ledger to replace home delivery with mail service The Patriot Ledger’s switch to mail delivery comes nearly a month after it was announced that Gannett would be ending print publication at at least 19 weekly newspapers in Massachusetts and taking them completely digital, according to a count by Northeastern University journalism professor Dan Kennedy. Article CommonWealth Magazine Lessons from story on Globe’s Philip Morris sponsored content Dan Kennedy, a media analyst and Northeastern University journalism professor, first reported that the Globe was accepting Philip Morris advertising, but there was no explanation from the Globe for that decision in his story. Article Newspaper giant Gannett ends print runs for many local weeklies in Mass. Speaking with Radio Boston’s Tiziana Dearing, Dan Kennedy, journalism professor at Northeastern University and media expert who blogs his industry insights at Media Nation, said the move will further hollow out community journalism. Article AFP Article misleads on US goverment-funded Covid-19 vaccine advocacy Dan Kennedy, a Northeastern University journalism professor who writes about the media business, noted that news organizations consider the separation of advertising and editorial a “church and state” division so that one side does not influence the other. Article Boston.com ‘Looks like the apocalypse’: Gannett weekly papers across the state announce the end of print publication Dan Kennedy, a Northeastern University professor of journalism and close observer of local news, said in theory the closures make sense. But instead of just lowering printing costs for local papers, Kennedy said recent changes are also limiting news coverage. Article Trump declared a war on the media. Now proxy battles are being waged in American courts. “It would be a bitter irony if Sarah Palin, of all people, proves to be the vehicle through which the media are taken down,” wrote Northeastern University professor Dan Kennedy on Boston’s WGBH last week. Ironic, he explained to me later, because of the emptiness of Palin’s past anti-media rhetoric and the overall weakness of her suit. Dan Kennedy for Northeastern Global News Did TV networks make the right choice to air Trump’s live border wall address? Did TV networks make the right choice to air Trump’s live border wall address? It’s OK for The New York Timesto run an anonymous op-ed. But not for the author to remain anonymous. It’s OK for The New York Timesto run an anonymous op-ed. But not for the author to remain anonymous. #FreePress editorial campaign unites newspapers against ‘Trump’s anti-First Amendment rhetoric’ #FreePress editorial campaign unites newspapers against ‘Trump’s anti-First Amendment rhetoric’ The real danger in Trump’s ‘dishonest and corrupt media awards’ The real danger in Trump’s ‘dishonest and corrupt media awards’ With Bannon back at Breitbart, what’s next? With Bannon back at Breitbart, what’s next? Professor: Press briefing blackouts compound tensions between media, White House Professor: Press briefing blackouts compound tensions between media, White House Publishing the Trump dossier: Inevitable or unjustifiable? Publishing the Trump dossier: Inevitable or unjustifiable? Post-election forum examines media’s campaign coverage Post-election forum examines media’s campaign coverage Would Abraham Lincoln have voted for Trump or Clinton? Would Abraham Lincoln have voted for Trump or Clinton? 3Qs: Do newspapers’ presidential endorsements even matter? 3Qs: Do newspapers’ presidential endorsements even matter?