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“Indifference, not hostility is the primary challenge for journalists when faced with the task of increasing trust in news,” according to a new report from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ). more
We are in desperate need of a real-time database for super PAC spending, along with transparency on which media and platform owners fund lobbyists. more
The title of Stephanie Grisham's book is "I'll Take Your Questions Now," says one of the people familiar with the project. more
Blurry sights, muffled sound. Covering the R. Kelly trial on a monitor in another room of the courthouse isn’t exactly ideal access, but we make do. more
Rather than assign a tentative date, Microsoft said it will give employees a 30-day transition period, offering advance notice of an eventual reopening. more
Earlier this summer Twitter gave up on Fleets, which it launched less than a year ago — but the company is making other significant changes that may be important for media organizations in the near future. Most are currently in the testing stage. more
A new RISJ report finds that it is not the shouty Twitterati but the disengaged public who struggles to connect with and trust the media. more
Small publishers interviewed by the Medill Local News Initiative emphasized that it’s not a choice between print and digital. In fact, they say, the logical choice is both. more
The following is guidance on terminology that is often misused in relation to 9/11 and its aftermath. more
Some of my best lessons came from listening to my cousin, Theresa Marino Leone, who was at work in the north tower of the World Trade Center when it was hit by the first jet on the morning of Sept. 11. Twenty years after first working with Theresa to write “Rosary Beads and Sensible Shoes,” those lessons remain as relevant as ever. I offer them here, followed by the original piece and an epilogue from Theresa. more
Google’s delay in phasing out third-party cookies until the end of 2023 offers a temporary relief to news publishers, but many still need to find alternatives. more
The Cascadia Daily News is the name of a new daily online/weekly print newspaper, set to debut in January in Bellingham, Washington. more
Robot journalism is increasingly supplementing newsrooms, with automated content benefiting readers, existing editorial teams and the bottom line. Henning Johannesson and Cecilia Campbell of United Robots discuss why publishers interested in the possibilities of automation should look towards Scandinavia for examples of best practice. more
Police in India-administered Jammu and Kashmir should stop raiding the homes of journalists and immediately return any seized electronic devices, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. more
Podcasts and social audio apps like Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces often dominate when newsrooms think about audio storytelling, but they’re far from the only players in town. Here are three other apps to consider, and some of the ways in which journalists can deploy them. more
With more than 50 participating newsrooms led by The Daily Yonder and the agribusiness-focused Investigate Midwest, the multi-year effort will be the nonprofit group’s largest collaboration ever. more
The long-term sustainability of news publishers relies on the ability to intelligently manage the transition to a digital future. In this post, Matthew Lulay of Mather Economics briefly investigates the makeup of print to digital conversions, including how E-Edition engagement is proving to be a leading indicator. He also discusses some strategies for publishers to consider to preserve revenue on converted subscribers. more
The Portland Press Herald reported Tuesday that a judge wrote Friday that Dr. Thomas Franchini should be considered a public figure and that under free speech protections in the Constitution, he does not have the right to “any recovery in the absence of proof of actual malice.” more
We sought to go from being a publication that covers the African American community to transforming our newsroom into one that tells stories for and with Black residents. Our goal was to grow relationships and trust, increase the number of African American voices on our platforms and continuously work to reflect the community demographics in our newsroom. more
Australia’s highest court on Wednesday made a landmark ruling that media outlets are “publishers” of allegedly defamatory comments posted by third parties on their official Facebook pages. more
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