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In Brazil — home to the Amazon rainforest, the Pantanal wetlands and diverse species of flora and fauna — environmental journalism is not a new beat. But it is a beat that has had to evolve rapidly in the past few years. more
A journalist who was badly beaten by the Taliban has lost his eardrum and nearly half of his vision in one eye. more
Members of the White House press corps filed a formal complaint after a meeting between President Biden and the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson ended with questions only from members of the British press. more
The former Rocky Mountain News Pulitzer Prize winner died last week. He was 53. more
Senator Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) has released a statement on negotiations between the Boston Newspaper Guild and The Boston Globe. more
In Wednesday evening’s event, Alford explained how she intertwines journalism and the platform journalists have with political activism. As a journalist of color, Alford said she feels a responsibility to reshape the narrative around Black lives and to work against perpetuating the negative stereotypes that often appear in mainstream media. more
The Democrats’ omnibus budget reconciliation plan is also the largest climate-change bill in U.S. history, and it comes not a moment too soon. And yet the importance of the reconciliation bill vis-a-vis COP26 is all but absent from the news. more
At the 2021 Online News Association Conference, a half-dozen conversations focused on the experience of burnout in media and how organizations can begin to address it systematically. more
A diversity study found the Associated Press Sports Editors has improved in racial hiring but the independent national organization continues to lag when it comes to hiring women. more
The Global Investigative Journalism Network is publishing a new business tools guide focused on helping news outlets solve their administrative needs. more
Check Out DFW, a first-of-its kind community website, will provide consumers in several north Dallas suburbs with expert advice, local recommendations and helpful content to navigate the sizzling real estate market when it launches this fall in the metroplex. more
“With the creation of Help Desk, we are putting the user, not the gadget, at the forefront of our coverage, empowering our audience to better understand and control the tech in their lives,” says Christina Passariello, technology editor at The Post. more
President Joe Biden pitched the merits of democracy during his inaugural United Nations address, but hours later, White House aides' treatment of reporters raised questions about whether he is leading by example. more
We spoke with Marc Lavallee of The New York Times about newsrooms incorporating AI technology and tools into their workflow. more
As vaccination drives gain pace in many parts of the world or move into the booster phase, we are starting to see the beginning of what we hope will be the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. While some countries are still struggling with their latest wave of infections, others have made plans to reopen their economies, education and other social sectors. more
In mainstream U.S. news, coverage of Indigenous communities is sporadic, uneven and barely visible. more
Facebook alone works with 80 different fact-checking organizations worldwide. more
Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday sued his estranged niece and The New York Times over a 2018 story about his family’s wealth and tax practices that was partly based on confidential documents she provided to the newspaper’s reporters. more
U.S. District Court Judge Richard Bennett’s decision is limited to NPR’s case and does not strike down the broadcast ban. A broader court challenge to the broadcast ban has not been resolved yet. more
What is censorship, and when should reporters be concerned that their work is being censored? more
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