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There’s one feature that could be very useful for journalists and other Twitter packrats, but otherwise, it’s kinda meh. (And no, that’s not a real edit button.) more
Just because you’re a politician doesn’t mean you can say whatever you want on Facebook. Not anymore. The Verge’s Alex Heath reports that Facebook is planning to end its … more
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has posted updated and expanded technical assistance related to the COVID-19 pandemic, addressing questions arising under the federal equal … more
Nine of the 10 newspapers that won Pulitzer Prizes for local reporting over the last decade experienced some form of cutbacks over the past year, according to data collected by the Tow Center and … more
Journalists in Brazil, Latin America and beyond are using an innovative new tool launched by an ICFJ Knight Fellow to combat misinformation and better report on the pandemic. Science Pulse, which … more
Substack made email newsletters buzzy—and controversial. Then Twitter bought a Substack competitor and launched its own version. Now it’s Facebook’s turn: The social network is … more
Storytellers Project, part of the USA TODAY Network, announced this week the launch of the “I Am” series focused on stories of people of color that celebrate the ways race and ethnicity … more
The Biden administration said on Saturday that no one at the White House had been aware that the Justice Department was seeking to seize the email data of four New York Times reporters and had … more
Newspaper publisher Gannett is fighting an effort by the FBI to try to determine who read a specific USA Today story about a deadly shooting in February near Fort Lauderdale, Fla., that left two FBI … more
Eleven days ago, an American named Danny Fenster went to the international airport in Yangon, Myanmar. He was scheduled to fly to Malaysia, then on to Michigan to visit his family, whom he … more
The NFL is expected to keep its locker rooms closed to reporters when teams report to training camps and begin playing preseason games this summer, according to two people with knowledge of the … more
WFA is launching what it is calling the first-ever global census of the marketing and advertising industry. The survey is designed to assess progress on the diversity front—which the WFA … more
Twitter has officially announced Twitter Blue, a paid subscription service that offers access to new features like undoing tweets and viewing threads in an easier to digest “Reader Mode.” … more
As the pandemic has forced many publishers to change the way they engage  with readers, one addition to the audience wheelhouse has been the use of audio-based social media platforms. While … more
In a New York Times investigation into the Syrian government’s network of torture chambers, reporter Anne Barnard pointed to the important role data played in calculating the human … more
A handful of major newspapers are paying attention.  But most news coverage, especially on television, continues to underplay the climate story, regarding it as too complicated, or … more
Fact-checkers are now found in at least 102 countries—more than half the nations in the world.The latest census by the Duke Reporters’ Lab identified 341 active fact-checking projects, up … more
In March 1945, New Yorker co-founder and editor Harold Ross sent a letter to Janet Flanner, a war correspondent who had just filed a piece from Cologne about atrocities inflicted by Germans on their … more
Local news organizations are working hard to improve their news apps and get readers to download them, touting them as a superior customer experience that boosts engagement and loyalty. more
Voices Across America is looking for writers who can write about where they live with sufficient authority to be credible to their neighbors, but with sufficient altitude to be compelling to readers … more
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