News & Journalism
From person-to-person coaching and intensive hands-on seminars to interactive online courses and media reporting, Poynter helps journalists sharpen skills and elevate storytelling throughout their careers.
From person-to-person coaching and intensive hands-on seminars to interactive online courses and media reporting, Poynter helps journalists sharpen skills and elevate storytelling ...
RT @mattiekahn: 🚨 Meghan Markle is joining @19thnews's inaugural summit next week—as an interviewer! "The 19th*’s commitment to reporting and storytelling that lifts up those who are too often underrepresented in the media has never been more important." https://t.co/BAGfLby7ENOpen
Meghan Markle Will Join ‘The 19th Represents Summit’ to Talk Gender, Representation, and the Future of News
The duchess has participated in countless interviews. This one will be different.
RT @etiennecombier: Les 4 ères du journalisme selon un chercheur américain en Journalism studies : - Participatif (1990-2003) - En crise (2003-2012) - Des plateformes (2012-2016) - Du populisme (2016-aujourd'hui) https://t.co/W7x5L1gFS2Open
These are the four waves of journalism studies over the past 20 years: the participatory, crisis, platforms, and populist eras
"The economic problem for journalism was not competition, in other words, but surveillance and monopoly."
RT @LocalMediaAssoc: Loyalty comes from valuing deep relationships and offering opportunities for feedback and organic engagement. Learn how newsrooms are growing audience with this #DigitalSummitWeek session with @BridgetThoreson, @DigiDave, @CKrewson and @GroundSource. https://t.co/7TFP94O6LT https://t.co/SYgN1zjHgkOpen
The Digital Summit is all about ROI — growing revenue, refining strategy, developing audience, and...
What's so grating about this is that we never should have promised objectivity. Failing to deliver that false god is inevitable. It was a lie. Americans are losing faith in an objective media. A new Gallup/Knight study explores why. https://t.co/8F1WVx3QMT via @knightfdnOpen
Americans have high aspirations for the news media to be a trusted, independent watchdog that holds the powerful to account.…
RT @LegsFrank: hi! @voxdotcom is hiring yearlong full-time fellows! if you're a Culture Writer + BIPOC and/or LGBTQ, i highly encourage you to apply! you'd get to work with me / help me convince everyone that the only things that matter are cartoons and sad girl music 😘https://t.co/DywKhoaY3EOpen
The inside story of how Duke students conceived of and created the “How college journalism covered COVID-19” project https://t.co/YgVUhAPNJEOpen
The inside story of how Duke students conceived of and created the “How college journalism covered COVID-19” project.
RT @dankennedy_nu: My review in The @ArtsFuse: @andreawenzel's "Community-Centered Journalism" is a valuable addition to the conversation about bringing together the media and the public. https://t.co/QM1DhVOyVx @jayrosen_nyu @VWPickard @pauljbassOpen
If a new generation of community news organizations is to grow and thrive, then we need a renewed sense of civic engagement. And in order to foster that civic engagement, we need journalism ...
The Guardian, which has arguably become the world’s most sophisticated digital news operation, may be contemplating an end to its printed newspapers. That may have been signalled by the ...