** FILE ** People go into the main entrance of The Boston Globe newspaper, in this Feb. 1, 2006, file photo in Boston. The Boston Globe wants to tie future wage increases for its largest union to revenue gains, an apparently unprecedented step in the newspaper business, and an extremely rare one across virtually all industries in this country. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)

The Boston Globe on Thursday became the latest newspaper to announce it’s undertaking a major reassessment of its strategy and coverage priorities to keep pace with the ongoing tumult of the digital age. The announcement, an internal memo from Globe Editor Brian McGrory, tops 1,000 words and touches on several major aspects of The Boston…

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On the day that Digital First Media completed its purchase of Freedom Communications — parent company of the Orange County Register and the Riverside Press-Enterprise — a wave of layoffs hit the Register. Rob Curley, editor of the paper, confirmed Thursday that it would be his last day. He was among 70-plus staff members who…

Here on the scene...

We’re back with your daily dose of depressing journalism news: unemployment rates are dropping for nearly all college majors, with the notable exception of journalism students. A new study from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce looked at the unemployment rate for recent college graduates and recent graduate degree holders across all areas…

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By Ben Mullin and Jim Warren • February 29, 2016 Walter Robinson is still a little hoarse. It’s been less than 24 hours since “Spotlight,” the dramatization of The Boston Globe’s investigation into the Catholic Church’s sex abuse scandal, pulled off a stunning upset at the 88th annual Academy Awards. Robinson, who led the depicted…

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