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Essentials Annual Report 2018

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Full Q&A: Ezra Klein and Kara Swisher on the future of journalism

On Dec 13, 2018
@Ombudsman shared
How @karaswisher uses Twitter to find columns: Full Q&A: Ezra Klein and Kara Swisher on the future of journalism https://t.co/UbxFP48ByD? utm_campaign=https://t.co/95mPz3LoPO&utm_content=entry&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter via @Recode
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Klein says Twitter has made journalists dumber, meaner and more reactive.

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On Dec 13, 2018
@Ombudsman shared
How @karaswisher uses Twitter to find columns: Full Q&A: Ezra Klein and Kara Swisher on the future of journalism https://t.co/UbxFP48ByD? utm_campaign=https://t.co/95mPz3LoPO&utm_content=entry&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter via @Recode
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Full Q&A: Ezra Klein and Kara Swisher on the future of journalism

Klein says Twitter has made journalists dumber, meaner and more reactive.


On Dec 5, 2018
@jcstearns shared
RT @knightfdn: Did you know? Each @NewsMatch organization is eligible to receive a total of $25,000 in matching funds for small-dollar donations from individuals up to $1,000. https://t.co/1R3x4LoukD #NewsMatch
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On Dec 13, 2018
@johnrobinson shared
The annual @NiemanLab predictions for 2019 is out and is filled with intriguing, exciting, depressing possibilities. Love this section every year. https://t.co/7Wo5XWnXfP
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To close out 2016, we asked some of the smartest people we know to predict what 2017 will bring for the future of journalism. Here’s what they had to say.

The boundaries of journalism — and who gets to make it, consume it, and criticize it — are expanding Reporters and editors from prominent news organizations waded through the challenges ...

On Dec 6, 2018
@sivavaid shared
RT @jayrosen_nyu: Hey, I will be on @TheDailyShow TONIGHT with @Trevornoah at 11 Eastern on @ComedyCentral. I'm appearing as ambassador for The Correspondent (@The_Corres) and its membership campaign in the U.S. To join go here: https://t.co/27XK55HFd3 My personal pitch: https://t.co/I6BEGnSna5
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About our journalism

Now more than ever, we are proud to be your antidote to the daily news grind. By reading and sharing our articles, you help support The Correspondent’s new form of constructive ...

On Dec 13, 2018
@NiemanLab shared
RT @SethCLewis: My contribution to @NiemanLab's predictions for 2019 is less prediction than plea for working to bridge the gap between researchers and journalists. Together, we could make debates about journalism more productive, evidence-based, and mutually beneficial. https://t.co/whfFXIql0d https://t.co/dGG4Wgu1SR
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The gap between journalism and research is too wide

"Journalists had piles of Chartbeat data, but few models for understanding the social psychology of media audiences. They were stuck musing about things like filter bubbles, bots, and young ...

On Dec 13, 2018
@Brizzyc shared
The internet mogul was vilified for destroying journalism. Now he’s setting out to save it. https://t.co/tijnKPTpHb
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Craig Newmark’s New Hit List

The internet mogul was vilified for destroying journalism. Now he’s setting out to save it.

On Dec 3, 2018
@sivavaid shared
RT @rasmus_kleis: Looking for new challenge, interested in journalism+news+digital media, in connecting practice and research, and in globally-oriented work at @UniofOxford w/outstanding team of colleagues? Apply by Dec 10 to be new @risj_oxford Director of Research. Pls RT https://t.co/gWOvNL1pBG
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On Dec 3, 2018
@myersnews shared
More info on the series. https://t.co/bop29GV3bA
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Engagement Lab Wins Research Grant, Collaborates w/ Local Journalists to Make FOIA Requests More Accessible

The Engagement Lab at Emerson College is pleased to announce it is one of 10 winners of the Online News Association (ONA) Challenge Fund…

On Dec 5, 2018
@mlcalderone shared
New ThinkProgress editor: @JAEnda1 https://t.co/JVFyMR1Xd3 https://t.co/DLDnZ7C46m
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Weekly Standard in limbo — Moonves 'misled' investigators — NPR CEO stepping down — New ThinkProgress EIC

— “Rumors had been swirling about The Weekly Standard since Monday morning, when its owner, Clarity Media, announced that a sister publication, The Washington Examiner, would be expanding ...

On Dec 12, 2018
@jayrosen_nyu shared
@dagemh You write as if you never heard of the abuse of neutrality that puts the journalist on the wrong side of truthtelling. You know nothing of "he said, she said" journalism? Here's a link. https://t.co/6Chon61989 Never heard the term "false equivalence?" I find that hard to believe.
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He Said, She Said Journalism: Lame Formula in the Land of the Active User

Print Any good blogger, competing journalist or alert press critic can spot and publicize false balance and the lame acceptance of fact-free spin. You try making any dispute story in the ...

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On Dec 13, 2018
@mediagazer shared
Kentucky's Gov. Matt Bevin lashes out at Louisville Courier Journal for teaming up with ProPublica and criticizes two ProPublica funders, including George Soros (@feldmaniac / Mediaite) https://t.co/bqf9r6LiJy https://t.co/FKxKRwM25Z
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Kentucky Gov. Blasts Courier-Journal for Partnering With ProPublica: Supported by ‘George I Hate America Soros’

Governor Matt Bevin (R- KY) posted a video of him blasting the Louisville Courier-Journal for its announcement of a journalistic partnership with ProPublica.

On Dec 13, 2018
@NiemanLab shared
“As the BBC, much like The New York Times, insists on presenting fringe racist and fascist ideas as 'worth debating,' we see the expansion of fringe right-wing, racist, sexist, fascist echo chambers into organizations once revered as trustworthy.” https://t.co/SBtY5oHvkL
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Think 2018 was bad? Wait until you see 2019

"I think the end of 2018 is the top of the rollercoaster track. The descent, which we are not ready for, is going to involve a lot of screaming as we hurtle towards Brexit in 2019 and the ...

On Dec 9, 2018
@ryanchittum shared
And it was all based on nonsense analysis from people who can just throw tens of millions against the wall and see what sticks https://t.co/a0YUfBugqt it barely matters to them if it fails. In fact, they *expect* it will probably fail. And consequences be damned
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Marc Andreessen’s news-business fairy tale

The news industry is not in for exponential growth