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Future Of News & Journalism

On Dec 28, 2020
@saleemkhan shared
RT @BuzzFeedNews: EXCLUSIVE: For years, human rights activists feared the Xinjiang detention facilities doubled as work camps. For the first time, satellite photos confirm China has built acres of factories inside the compounds, facilitating forced labor on a vast scale. https://t.co/ZzSeA5Ho8V
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The Factories In The Camps

The Factories In The Camps

Observers have long warned of rising forced labor in Xinjiang. Satellite images show factories built just steps away from cell blocks.

On Dec 23, 2020
@NiemanLab shared
RT @charohenriquez: I wrote about leadership for @NiemanLab’s 2021 predictions. It’s time for journalists who have developed careers steeped in digital skills alongside newsgathering, reporting and editing to lead newsrooms and shape where we go from here. We are ready. https://t.co/3MvbbNqJEL
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A new path to leadership

A new path to leadership

"It's time to reflect on the opportunities not afforded to people who have been moving journalism forward and realize that we didn't build pipelines for present and future leaders who think ...

On Dec 24, 2020
@NiemanLab shared
RT @rkapkap: I look forward every year to the @NiemanLab roundup of predictions about what next in journalism from people in the thick of it. My bit: on how to get people to love - and pay - for great journalism https://t.co/5dj8sjNs26
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Falling in love with your subscription

Falling in love with your subscription

"We compete with not only other similar news media but every kind of frictionless and dynamically adaptive content experience that users get from all the other content apps on their phones."

On Dec 28, 2020
@NiemanLab shared
RT @ONA: Resource ⤵️ @NiemanLab (part of @niemanfdn at Harvard) is dedicated to figuring out the future of news. Sign up for their daily email, The Digest. Learn more. https://t.co/QpnxXZ0gZh https://t.co/GTzctaP4k5
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To close out 2018, we asked some of the smartest people we know to predict what 2019 will bring for the future of journalism. Here’s what they had to say.

To close out 2018, we asked some of the smartest people we know to predict what 2019 will bring for the future of journalism. Here’s what they had to say.

Here’s how San Antonio’s KSAT is plotting a potential revenue stream “We have to continually work with our audience to make sure they love us later as much as they love us now.” …

On Dec 24, 2020
@mediagazer shared
Survey of news consumption by women in 11 countries, including US and UK, finds more interest in health and education news and higher use of TV news than men (Reuters Institute) https://t.co/jAYd18ZyNw https://t.co/vZ7idM3G0g
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Women and news: an overview of audience behaviour in 11 countries

Women and news: an overview of audience behaviour in 11 countries

And as the long-term impacts of COVID-19 resonate through society it is clear that women have been hit the hardest financially.1 This report takes a look at the other side, not …