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We Built This: Nikole Hannah-Jones Has Raised The Bar For Investigative Journalism

On Feb 20, 2019
@jeffjarvis shared
RT @Brizzyc: "as a black journalist, our tradition is different b/c we were journalists who were writing in a country who was opposed to our very existence. So we could never just simply quote-unquote report straight news." https://t.co/6ceUEdG2Zg Must read for j students by @nhannahjones
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"What’s important is to say how and why does it happen, and that then helps us explain America to itself because the experience of black people is the ex...

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On Feb 20, 2019
@jeffjarvis shared
RT @Brizzyc: "as a black journalist, our tradition is different b/c we were journalists who were writing in a country who was opposed to our very existence. So we could never just simply quote-unquote report straight news." https://t.co/6ceUEdG2Zg Must read for j students by @nhannahjones
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We Built This: Nikole Hannah-Jones Has Raised The Bar For Investigative Journalism

"What’s important is to say how and why does it happen, and that then helps us explain America to itself because the experience of black people is the ex...


On Feb 12, 2019
@mediatwit shared
Great to see NewsMatch bringing in $7.6 million last year, up 58% since last year's campaign. Great numbers all around, and shows just how much people are supporting local nonprofit newsrooms. https://t.co/YjcnQbUW49
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On Feb 12, 2019
@brianstelter shared
>> @antoniogm: "The path to the next golden age in American journalism isn't nostalgia for a vanishing past but the same way that led to the previous golden age, namely, that of profit." And more than likely "this will mean some partiality..." https://t.co/JnG54xmsMw
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Journalism Isn't Dying. It's Returning to Its Roots

The future of journalism is more partisan and supported by more diverse revenue streams—in other words, like the journalism of 200 years ago.

On Feb 12, 2019
@mathewi shared
RT @egreenspon: Meaty @NiemanLab review of yesterday's Cairncross report on the future of news in the UK. Contains both fresh and familiar ideas: A major British government review proposes some light regulation of Google and Facebook (and perhaps new limits on the BBC) https://t.co/QUdWP1mzGs
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A major British government review proposes some light regulation of Google and Facebook (and perhaps new limits on the BBC)

"For a society to have ready access to high-quality news is essential not just for the moment, but for the long-term sustainability of democracy."

On Feb 12, 2019
@mathewi shared
RT @risj_oxford: The UK govt's #Cairncross Review into the future of #journalism, published today, refers to Reuters Institute research throughout the text & footnotes. Review recommendations include an innovation fund, tax relief & funding for localjournalism Thread 1/5 https://t.co/wEbKuf0EbL
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THE CAIRNCROS REVIEW – A sustainable future for journalism

Tables available upon request at http:// www.digitalnewsreport.org/survey/2018/resources-2018/ [accessed 06/02/19] 23 Ofcom Broadcasting Code, January 2019 - ...

On Feb 14, 2019
@sivavaid shared
RT @rasmus_kleis: What academic work on journalism+news+media would it be useful for journalists to read? @MeeraSelva1 @joyjenkins and I have updated suggestions for @risj_oxford fellows-including new additions from @roudakova @PippaN15 @jvdijck. Hopefully useful for others https://t.co/xxmGqU8bIi
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Books, articles and blogs about journalism - for journalists

Our updated, crowd-sourced list of resources for journalists contains some of the best books, articles, blogs about the biggest issues journalism has faced, and continues to face. ...

On Feb 21, 2019
@Poynter shared
RT @dpfunke: New from me: A terrorist attack in Kashmir has produced more than 25 viral fake images on social media. Fact-checkers have never seen anything like it. https://t.co/fV3pEFq6aZ
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On Feb 19, 2019
@emilybell shared
RT @chrismoranuk: This piece is timely and excellent. Innovation in news cannot be only technical and must embrace and articulate journalistic expertise. This is a challenge to a number of established processes and one which news organisations have to work on https://t.co/rae4U6wMWG https://t.co/5RlkgrVNCx
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Editorial innovation in news

It is easy to assume that the future of news will be inevitably technical. That assumption is dangerous.

On Feb 17, 2019
@jcstearns shared
RT @VoiceofOC: Successful NewsMatch Campaign Highlights Need to Continue Building the Future of Journalism - https://t.co/0EKJqRffI7 https://t.co/59ieVlosD7
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Successful NewsMatch Campaign Highlights Need to Continue Building the Future of Journalism

The fundraising drive was also a huge success at Voice of OC -- bringing in more than twice as many donors as the previous best year and raising more than $80,000 from individual donors, ...

On Feb 17, 2019
@mathewi shared
RT @millie: I finally read @PeterHamby's piece. It starts out about political journalism but is really about attention, what captures it and it's continuing fracturing, and how journalism and news need to evolve to adapt to how people live their lives today. https://t.co/fdgZqlN7tC
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A Media Manifesto to Prevent 2020 from Becoming 2016

The ultimate bias in journalism is not political. It’s toward controversy, gaffes, and scandal—shiny new things that get ratings and shares and downloads. There’s a rather obvious lesson ...

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On Feb 13, 2019
@brianstelter shared
RT @FreedomForumIns: Join us tonight as @JillAbramson, Former Exec. Editor of @nytimes, talks about her new book, “Merchants of Truth: The Business of News & the Fight for Facts,” w/ @brianstelter, Chief Media Correspondent at @CNN. This event is free. Registration required. https://t.co/1Z7TMimavE
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The Future of News: Jill Abramson in Conversation with Brian Stelter

Jill Abramson, former executive editor of The New York Times, talks about her new book, “Merchants of Truth: The Business of News and the Fight for Facts,” in a conversation moderated by ...

On Feb 8, 2019
@dangillmor shared
If the volume of @NiemanLab's annual predictions was too much for you (definitely was for me), check out my @news_collab colleague @roschkekj's nifty roundup of insight re misinformation, engagement, transparency, and research. https://t.co/9BpUrbbXyV
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NiemanLab predictions we’re reading in the News Co/Lab

What does 2019 hold for journalism? Kristy Roschke rounds up 15 insightful NiemanLab predictions in misinformation, engagement, transparency and research.

On Feb 12, 2019
@ryanchittum shared
RT @deanstarkman: All this feels familiar, for some reason, @ryanchittum https://t.co/K98JXHglRb https://t.co/mtRfJQTynz https://t.co/SOFaSAWTIE
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Digital First plans layoffs (Updated)

High-level executives and high-profile digital projects targeted

On Feb 14, 2019
@jeffjarvis shared
@gadyepstein @mims Journalism is the conversation. https://t.co/ZSWoCDbHi1
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Journalism is the conversation. The conversation is journalism.

I am sorely disappointed in The New York Times’ Farhad Manjoo, CNN’s Brian Stelter, and other journalists who these days are announcing to…

On Feb 9, 2019
@jbenton shared
@margarita @emilybell I assume it’s https://t.co/HZKXMYQqCC
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Post Industrial Journalism: Adapting to the Present

A report by Emily Bell, CW Anderson, and Clay Shirky has just been released

On Feb 16, 2019
@jcstearns shared
Excited to see Mukhtar Ibrahim, Minnesota Public Radio’s first Somali-American reporter, relaunch his news org focused on immigrant communities in the state with support from @MPR. We wrote about the role of mentorship in making this possible: https://t.co/xeJv8gtFOR https://t.co/UTFGEyf8rc
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Local Fix: Student Journalists, Travel Funding, Mentorship

<http://localnewslab.org>*Welcome to the Local Fix. Each week we look at key debates in journalism sustainability and community engagement through the lens of local news. But first, we ...

On Feb 20, 2019
@jbenton shared
There's actually quite a bit of variation in what metro newspapers charge in print, as I wrote about here: https://t.co/r9uHOpET7v https://t.co/bWZVluybhd
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Newspapers cost more than twice as much today as they did a decade ago (and that was a smart move by publishers)

Once print advertising collapsed, newspapers hiked prices to get more money from readers. If they hadn't, they'd employ even fewer journalists and be in even worse shape today.

On Feb 9, 2019
@jbenton shared
@emilybell @margarita @samthielman :) My piece is here and, rereading it, I think my two critiques hold up pretty well https://t.co/BtjIG39xSf https://t.co/rP180bpIv6
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“Post-Industrial Journalism”: A new Columbia report examines the disrupted news universe

The report, by C.W. Anderson, Emily Bell, and Clay Shirky, surveys the new opportunities available to individual journalists and news organizations old and new. Here are some of its ...

On Feb 18, 2019
@jayrosen_nyu shared
@DWadse @brianstelter @jason_kint Familiar with that. I wrote about it in 2006. https://t.co/JEVkwyfl43
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The People Formerly Known as the Audience

A highly centralized media system had connected people “up” to big social agencies and centers of power but not “across” to each other. Mark Thompson, director general of the BBC, has a ...

On Feb 10, 2019
@jeffjarvis shared
@jny See also: https://t.co/Ugf6He3yNi
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New Relationships, Forms, and Models for News

These digital visionaries tell people like me that we just don’t understand them. They talk about the wonders of the interconnected world…

On Feb 15, 2019
@jcstearns shared
@erinmillar @klaszus @taylor_owen @JesseBrown @sprawlcalgary @jwmcconnell @InspiritFdn @AtkinsonCF @VancouverFdn @CommFdnsCanada Here is our 2017 evaluation ad learning report with lots of details, and we'll have the 2018 report out in a month or so. https://t.co/wEkZ0p1WSa
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Support for NewsMatch 2017 was provided by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Democracy Fund, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and the Ethics and Excellence in ...