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There is a climate angle to every beat, no matter how small the newsroom; collaboration pays; and climate coverage is no more political than failure to cover the climate crisis. On this week’s episode, Kyle Pope, editor and publisher of CJR, … more
Quibi’s deep pockets are stirring up excitement among U.K. creators, but there’s a cautious undercurrent about how the platform will spin commercial success from short-form video where others have failed. The $1 billion mobile video bet, set to … more
English-speaking journalists, researchers and citizens from Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa know that, since 2016, they can count on Info Finder. The digital tool, developed by Africa Check, helps people to find reliable data they can use to verify … more
Most Bahamians still get their news offline, from local papers and radio rather than international English-language media networks. So, as Hurricane Dorian approached the Abaco Islands earlier this month, Bahamian journalists felt an urgent duty to … more
The former administrator for Iowa’s third-largest city is suing the area’s biggest newspaper, claiming that its coverage was unfair and cost him his job, in a case that has alarmed advocates for press freedom. Former Davenport city administrator … more
People invest their trust in institutions and those who have power for a variety of reasons. Researchers have found that people’s confidence in others and organizations can include their judgments about the competence, honesty and benevolence of … more
One of the journalism entrepreneurs that I’ve been most inspired to watch recently is Kara Mayberg Guzman at Santa Cruz Local. Like a page out of the playbook that I documented on how many news startups come to life, Kara saw a lack of coverage in … more
This week’s issue of The Economist is entirely dedicated to one subject: the climate emergency. For the first time in its history, every section of the 21 September 2019 edition of the magazine will include an article on climate change, in … more
Vice Media has revealed a major global restructure which will see the publisher’s international teams work more cohesively and under a single, global revenue and operational target for the first time. Like many digital publishers that have … more
As the number of journalists on the education beat drops, Chalkbeat is — slowly — expanding and trying to recoup that loss. The nonprofit education reporting network, now six years old, has mini-newsrooms in seven cities and a national layer of … more
Content providers have always known that word of mouth can work wonders. Now, they have to apply that principle by speaking up—literally—in order to reach more consumers via voice search. Voice searches already account for about 20% of mobile … more
“There’s a popular perception being created that newspapers are dying, but national brands are still being created on printed newspapers,” said Varghese Chandy, Vice President of Marketing and Ad Sales, Malayala Manorama Co. Ltd. Chandy was … more
The in-housing trend has come for publishers, too, as they start to think and act more like consumer brands. This year, publishers ranging from The Atlantic to The New York Times to The Daily Beast have hired or begun hunting for growth marketers, … more
Congressional lawmakers are drafting a bill to create a “national commission” at the Department of Homeland Security to study the ways that social media can be weaponized — and the effectiveness of tech giants’ efforts to protect users from … more
A fund set up to support local journalism has awarded grants totaling $5.25 million to three organizations in Philadelphia at a time when newsrooms across the country face financial headwinds. The fund established by the Knight Foundation and the … more
n 1994, as the number of migrants coming to the United States started to hit a peak, Abu Taher arrived in New York City. A daily newspaper in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, that he worked for at the time had sent him to the U.S. on … more
A change in the publication frequency of Die Burger’s Eastern Cape edition was required when the existing business model no longer made sense. In June 2018, we announced that the daily edition of Die Burger was to be replaced by a single weekend … more
In Deepfakes and Cheap Fakes, Data & Society Affiliates Britt Paris and Joan Donovan trace decades of audiovisual (AV) manipulation to demonstrate how evolving technologies aid consolidations of power in society. Deepfakes, they find, are no … more
Would you filter out bad news if you could? This is the question that Alicia Grandjean, software engineer at BBC and Tim Cowlishaw, senior software engineer at BBC R&D, wanted the audience to answer. The developers got this idea when a … more
As publishers turn to subscription revenue to shore up their revenue strategies–from the largest international audiences down to the local publishers–they are each grappling with the constantly changing issues of tech and data. As an example, … more
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