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Pandemic causes layoffs at ‘La Nación’ newspaper

The Costa Rican newspaper blamed the economic crisis provoked by the coronavirus pandemic for creating financial struggles. 

PHOTOS: Costa Rica’s media swarms on Election Day

A look at the crowds surrounding politicians on Costa Rica’s big day.

At 60, Oldest English Costa Rica Paper – The Tico Times celebrates tradition — and reinvention

Like the country it calls home, The Tico Times has often had an impact that far outpaces its small size.

The New York Times eyes more changes to meet digital challenge

The New York Times is eyeing further changes to its newsroom to meet the growing challenges of digital, it said Thursday, as the company reported a rise in profits.

Al Jazeera America news channel to close up shop

Al Jazeera America, the low-rated cable news network that sought to take on Fox News and CNN, will shut down operations at the end of April, less than three years after going on the air, the network told its staff Wednesday in a surprise move.

John Ross and the responsibility of being a ‘rebel reporter’

New book “Rebel Reporting: John Ross Speaks to Independent Journalists,” edited by Cristalyne Bell and Norman Stockwell, is on sale now just in time for the holidays. Here's a look.

Welcome, Pope Francis, and please forgive us our goofs

In the Catholic Church, Mass is always celebrated, never held or said. Francis, like other Catholic priests, delivers a homily, not a sermon. And a novitiate is a building or a program. A person entering the novitiate is a novice.

National Geographic fans worry about partnership with climate change skeptic Rupert Murdoch

Executives at Fox and National Geographic underscored that the new partnership — which will be governed by a board with an equal number of representatives from each organization — would not affect the magazine's standards of reporting.

Two US journalists killed during live TV broadcast

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Two journalists for a local CBS affiliate in the U.S. state of Virginia were shot dead Wednesday during a live broadcast, according to chilling television footage of the incident and their network.

Comcast’s NBCUniversal invests $200 million in BuzzFeed

The investment gives NBCUniversal a chance to learn from a website that is popular among younger audiences who are increasingly forgoing traditional television, causing ratings and advertising revenues to fall.

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