Why we should expand who gets credit in journalism


Alex Sujong Laughlin and I discussed how to more equitably address bylines in journalism. Traditional workflows in journalism have long held that the names that belong on the byline of an article are reserved only for the reporters who contributed to that article. This system does not reflect the amount of labor and journalists that it takes to actually create journalism — from editors, to fact checkers, copywriters, visual journalists and designers.

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