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“In light of the events that have transpired this week, I believe the governor cannot wait any longer to appoint members to this commission so it may do the critical work of identifying and rectifying gaps in Missouri’s cyberinfrastructure,” said Democratic state Rep. Ashley Aune, of Kansas City, in a news release. more
The app, hailed as Facebook’s growth engine, has privately wrestled with retaining and engaging teenagers, according to internal documents. more
A new ranking compiled by Press Gazette reveals the newsrooms that count the most members. more
In a recent ICFJ Global Health Crisis Reporting Forum webinar titled “Reporting Vaccines, Hesitancy and Misinformation without promoting falsehoods,” Tara Haelle, an independent science and health journalist, and the medical studies core topic leader at the Association of Health Care Journalists shared tips for reporting accurately and effectively on the vaccines more
Journalists need to start collecting and monitoring data for post-pandemic investigations. more
“Your newsroom should match the community. It’s the easiest thing to say, it’s very difficult to do.” more
Republican Gov. Mike Parson on Thursday condemned one of Missouri’s largest newspapers for exposing a flaw in a state database that allowed public access to thousands of teachers’ Social Security numbers, even though the paper held off from reporting about the flaw until after the state could fix it. more
American politics has changed dramatically since my post-Watergate generation of journalists began covering the story. Political journalism hasn’t kept up. more
Stewart W. Bainum Jr., the hotel magnate who launched a failed bid to acquire The Sun and the rest of the newspapers owned by Tribune Publishing, plans to open a new nonprofit, all-digital publication called The Baltimore Banner, according to a new report in The Atlantic. more
A London-based investigative news website has closed after its former editor-in-chief successfully claimed in court she had been misled about its intentions and funding. more
More than a year after George Floyd’s killing focused attention on efforts to diversify newsrooms, the ability to measure real progress is proving elusive. more
Mississippi Free Press is named Startup of the Year; veteran journalist Charles Lewis receives Lifetime Achievement Award; and Sahan Journal founder Mukhtar Ibrahim is honored as Emerging Leader of the Year. more
LinkedIn on Thursday said it will sunset the localized version of its app in China and will instead launch a new job boards app called "InJobs" later this year. more
Learning to write alt-text can deepen your reporting and improve how you tell stories online. more
Data can be a newsroom's best friend to inform editorial strategy, but it can also put pressure on journalists to get clicks and conversions. So how much is too much (or too little)? more
Here are three projects from the fall 2020 cohort designed by grantees who chose to provide resources to the Latin American journalism community, keeping the complexities of the region in mind. more
There may never be a Holy Grail, but the varied building blocks of a successful strategy can be found and rolled out widely across the industry. more
This is the second part of a two-part investigation. more
“The Oglethorpe Echo has been the conscience and soul of the county for 148 years and we cannot let that legacy go away,” said Dink NeSmith, an Oglethorpe County resident and co-owner of Community Newspapers, Inc. which publishes 25 community newspapers in Georgia, Florida and North Carolina. “I threw my heart in and my wallet followed.” more
Gallup fielded a survey of 9,000 U.S. adults from July 30 to August 11, 2021. A full report will follow in the coming months, but several emerging findings are particularly resonant in the context of current public debate. more
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