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Instagram Reels is one of the most featured and amplified types of content offered on Instagram right now. This category even has its own space and tab — the center at the downbar menu in the app’s interface in both Android and Apple devices — plus exposure on the Feed, Explore and Profile. If your newsroom wants to grow on this platform, give Reels a try. more
In community journalism, trauma comes with the territory but mental health resources often do not. more
“The heart of the matter is the distinction between provoking a response and providing content people want.” more
The measure does include some tax breaks, including a new payroll tax credit for local newspapers for employing journalists. more
The podcast with Young America's Foundation is titled “American Freedom.” The first episode, released a day before the 20th anniversary of 9/11, is titled “20 Years Later, We Will Never Forget." more
The Taliban promised to respect press freedoms, but the new government has already showed signs of repression, and has even physically assaulted Afghan journalists. more
Washington Post Live, The Washington Post's live journalism platform, is launching a new weekly program on Peacock. Each Friday at 4 p.m. ET on Peacock’s streaming channel "The Choice from MSNBC," Washington Post Live will present an hour-long special including the widely watched "First Look," a roundtable conversation hosted by opinion columnist Jonathan Capehart. more
Twenty years after he was rescued from the rubble of the World Trade Centers, photojournalist David Handschuh has pieced together all but one part of the day he nearly died. more
If ever there was a day where journalists proved the incalculable benefits of the First Amendment, and why they are so desperately needed to inform and educate the public, Sept. 11 was that day. more
The landscape of political polling is changing, and so too is the way CNN carries out its polls. Beginning with Friday's newly released CNN poll conducted by SSRS, the network is implementing a new methodology for measuring public opinion. more
A prosecutor has filed criminal complaints against two northern Michigan men in connection with an attack on a newspaper reporter covering a meeting by a group opposing masks and vaccination mandates. more
Gannett, the parent company of The El Paso Times, is moving the paper's printing and packaging operations to Paso del Norte Publishing in Juarez in early October.  more
“The bill now does not seem to be ensuring transparency, but rather going in the opposite direction — and ensuring that the public, local leaders and local health leaders are going to be in the dark in a way they really shouldn’t be,” said David Snyder, an attorney and executive director of the First Amendment Coalition who called its passage “very disappointing.” more
A $1 million grant from the Black Community Commitment made by basketball legend Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand will boost the Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting’s efforts to increase diversity in the field of investigative journalism with outreach efforts aimed at aspiring young journalists of color. more
LinkedIn’s more publisher-friendly algorithms offer a chance for media to get their content to new audiences (better than, let’s say, Facebook, which is actively deprioritizing politics and news). But the platform offers more than just distribution — it’s a great place to get new ideas or insights. more
The expansive rules mandate that all employers with more than 100 workers require them to be vaccinated or test for the virus weekly, affecting about 80 million Americans. more
Seyfarth Shaw's Vaccine Policy Playbook is an essential resource in designing, communicating and deploying your company’s vaccine policy. more
As the world commemorates the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, revisit Pulitzer-winning coverage of the day and its legacy. more
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution will move the printing of its daily newspaper to The Gainesville Times’ print facility in Hall County, AJC Publisher Donna Hall announced today. Consequently, the AJC will close its Gwinnett County print production plant in early 2022. more
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) on Thursday signed a bill that would prohibit large tech companies from blocking or restricting people or their posts based on their viewpoint, setting the stage for a legal battle with the tech industry. more
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