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Originating in the 1980s as “audio-blogging,” podcasting started as a way for people to share their experiences and thoughts via audio recording. Forty years on, it has developed into a … more
Any journalist who wants to launch a daily news podcast probably needs to think about the Death Star first. That would be The New York Times’ wildly popular show, The Daily, which looms over … more
Twitter Inc saw a surge in government demands worldwide in 2020 to take down content posted by journalists and news outlets, according to data released by the social media platform.In its … more
In his job as a staff writer for the Richmond County (N.C.) Daily Journal, Matthew Sasser is used to reading about the alleged misdeeds of other people, not about himself. Yet there he is, in a … more
The Dutch crime reporter Peter R de Vries has died just over a week after he was shot in the head in central Amsterdam, local media have reported, citing a statement released by the veteran … more
The New York Times experiences traffic levels that ebb and flow with the news cycle. Planned events that occur at a fixed time and date, such as an election or the Olympics, are known traffic … more
It wasn’t all that long ago that news outlets were doing a lot of handwringing over whether to ever use the word “lie” in relation to politicians lying about things. “Each … more
AP Global Media Services (GMS), the production arm of The Associated Press, will offer multiple on-air reporting solutions for broadcasters and publishers in several languages at the upcoming Tokyo … more
Forced to choose between strict neutrality or defending democracy over the past four years, many news outlets opted for the latter, casting Donald Trump as a threat to the nation. This approach … more
During Diversity Awareness Month — similar to Pride Month and Black History Month — news outlets typically dedicate more reporting that is specific to marginalized groups. Media workers … more
BBC's director of news and current affairs, Francesca Unsworth, has defended the public broadcaster's independence after its recruitment processes have been called into question. Unsworth had … more
Every publisher faces a common challenge: how to convert audiences with low propensity to subscribe. Mather Economic's research shows that two thirds of conversions come from the most engaged 2 … more
Report for America has opened applications for its fifth class of reporters and editors to be placed in the summer of 2022.The nonprofit program has partially funded roughly 300 journalists this … more
Penny Abernathy’s research on  mapping “news deserts” is regularly cited in national newspapers to call attention to the economic crisis facing local newsrooms. But the local … more
In early January 2020, the BBC reported about a new “mystery virus” in Wuhan, China. Since then, news organizations around the world have learned important lessons from covering COVID-19 … more
News archives are a resource not often discussed in newsrooms today. The once rich repositories of carefully preserved news and research data, tended by trained librarians and staff experts are … more
U.S. prosecutors have charged four Iranians, alleged to be intelligence operatives for Tehran, with plotting to kidnap a New York journalist and human rights activist who was critical of Iran, … more
Newly unsealed court documents show the Trump Justice Department sought a court order for the communications records of three Washington Post reporters in the final days of William P. Barr’s … more
Local media took a hit during the first few months of the pandemic, with some 60 percent of local businesses pausing or slowing down their ad spend, according to a new report out from Borrell … more
In a new book, two New York Times journalists report that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg often doesn't see the downside of the social media platform he created. In their new book, "An Ugly Truth," … more
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