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When reporting on conflicts and crises, journalists need to be aware of both the negative consequences their reporting can have, as well as the potential their coverage has to promote peace in their … more
One of the many challenges journalists face in the misinformation crisis is in images. As storytellers, we circulate an enormous number of images daily — online, in print and on TV. This gives … more
According to the last Reuters Digital News Report, fewer than one in 10 pays for online news in the U.K. — the lowest of the markets surveyed.It is difficult to get audiences to pay when there … more
What if news consumers could see relevant information about a digital photo — like where and when it was taken, and by whom — without having to click away or sort throughreverse image … more
Public data on cancellations is sparse. It’s not something that news organizations like sharing. It can also be surprisingly annoying to cancel news subscriptions online, often requiring … more
Every number tells a story, if you can find the numbers. That’s one of several lessons from two newsrooms that partnered with Crosstown LA to integrate more data-driven storytelling … more
AS RECENTLY AS SIX YEARS AGO, Minnesota’s Cook County News-Herald employed seven full-time staff. Now, there are two working in the office, in addition to some remote help for … more
TownNews and BlueLena have announced a partnership that will empower local media organizations to rapidly activate reader revenue using TownNews’ smart metering and paywall solution, iQ … more
The project is supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. AP is distributing AI readiness scorecards to leaders of local newsrooms in the form of short surveys that … more
Social media and smartphones have made it easier than ever for newsrooms to encourage and use user-generated content. However, much of the material solicited from what NYU professor Jay Rosen has … more
Three Wilmington police officers were fired last year after video footage from one officer’s cruiser revealed they had made a slew of racist and hate-filled remarks. Employee records … more
When it comes to funding journalism projects through philanthropy, size doesn’t matter. That’s the message three small, local publishers shared at the Radically Rural … more
Gabby Petito. If her name rings a bell, you’ve probably watched television, read your local newspaper, went online or had a conversation with someone in the past week. Her name reminds us … more
The U.S. Postal Service today announced it will not implement a postage increase in January 2022.  The next increase will be in July 2022.Then it will begin a new regime of twice-yearly … more
Hundreds of Pakistani journalists rallied outside parliament Monday to reject a proposed law that critics say would further curtail media freedom if passed. The protest in the capital of … more
National service program recruits talented, diverse reporters—helps fund salaries Report for America announced today that applications are now open for news organizations … more
The Postal Service will raise postage rates on August 29, after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit denied a petition by National Newspaper Association, News Media Alliance … more
O’Rourke Media Group, which operates community-focused media publications nationwide, and Modulist, a media services company that specializes in processing user-generated content, have entered … more
Ben Monnie, director of global partnerships for Google News Initiative, joined LMA’s Digital Revenue Summit on Aug. 9 for an engaging keynote conversation on lessons learned across … more
Texting campaigns by news outlets are rising in popularity, as organizations look for more ways to connect with readers and build their subscription bases. Service media organizations like Outlier … more
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