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La Gordiloca: The Swearing Muckraker Upending Border Journalism

On Mar 14, 2019
@Brizzyc shared
My new hero. La Gordiloca: The Swearing Muckraker Upending Border Journalism https://t.co/5sWRr8EOmJ Also nice quote @MediaLawProf
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Her nickname translates as the Crazy Fat Lady. But local officials ignore this local reporting sensation at their peril.

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On Mar 14, 2019
@Brizzyc shared
My new hero. La Gordiloca: The Swearing Muckraker Upending Border Journalism https://t.co/5sWRr8EOmJ Also nice quote @MediaLawProf
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La Gordiloca: The Swearing Muckraker Upending Border Journalism

Her nickname translates as the Crazy Fat Lady. But local officials ignore this local reporting sensation at their peril.



On Mar 15, 2019
@jayrosen_nyu shared
"Here are 25 ways to invite members to create journalism with you, using examples of live and recent experiments." By my colleague @emgollie, research director @membershippzzle. We study how membership models in news can work. This synthesis— recommended. https://t.co/UHHPOwPO16
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More than Eyeballs: How Journalism Can Benefit from Audience Engagement

By Emily Goligoski Curious about what your readers think? What audience members know and want to learn from you? If not, you should be. Learning what supporters of independent news need can ...

On Mar 12, 2019
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ICYMI: DJNF Releases Inaugural Career Video Series https://t.co/x0wEEA6xl3
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DJNF Launches Video Series

DJNF Releases Inaugural Career Video Series PRINCETON, N.J. (March 11, 2019) -- The Dow Jones News Fund today launched a new video series promoting journalism careers and the critical role ...

On Mar 16, 2019
@jeffjarvis shared
@neilpbrady @PeterBale @jamesrbuk @Ansip_EU Have to say I despise this meme I'm starting to hear: a surplus of speech. No! Finally, voices never represented & heard in media have a voice and we are going to dismiss them? What privilege it is for us in media who have a voice to silence others'. 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 Mar 12, 2019
@mathewi shared
RT @jbenton: Today is the 30th birthday of the World Wide Web! To celebrate, we're changing @NiemanLab's homepage today to look like the very first webpage made by @timberners_lee https://t.co/9LeGws6sLm https://t.co/JitijEM5KA
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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 Mar 12, 2019
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RT @CJR: Brazil’s Bolsonaro smears reporters investigating his son https://t.co/H4gdAEK32J
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Brazil’s Bolsonaro smears reporters investigating his son

<p>On Sunday, a president attacked a journalist on Twitter. The president was Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s demagogic far-right leader, and the journalist was Constança Rezende, who works for ...

On Mar 14, 2019
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RT @dpfunke: There is a lot of bogus health news out there. Are crowdsourced fact checks from verified scientists the answer? https://t.co/eNX1FIMB9u
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On Mar 13, 2019
@jcstearns shared
I wrote an op-ed for @NJSpotlight on why philanthropic leaders, journalists and lawmakers across the US are watching what @GovMurphy does with the Civic Information Consortium, a bold idea for supporting people's access to trustworthy news and civic info. https://t.co/G8Fm6qRV7h
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Op-Ed: Will NJ Remain Trailblazer in Support of Local News?

Governor signed law creating a ‘Civic Information Consortium’ but the promised $5 million is not in his budget

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