Hearken is developing a new tool for pre-publication audience engagement. A few partner newsrooms are already testing it out. Hearken’s Julia Haslanger recently spoke at MisInfoCon about Open…
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Have you seen the “Disputed News” flag on Facebook articles yet? If not, you will soon. It hasn’t rolled out to everyone yet, but Facebook now has a way for you to report Fake News. News stories that…
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'Anybody can do data journalism,' said Bahareh Heravi from the National University of Ireland during the workshop 'Tips and tricks for data-driven journalism starters' at the International Journalism Festival on 7 April, 2016.
Martin Bryant: "While audiences around the world know the UK’s BBC best for its hit TV shows like Top Gear and Doctor Who, it has been a key force in technological advances since since it first started broadcasting almost a century ago" ....
What kinds of opportunities are opening up for filmmakers and journalists in short-form video on news sites? The field is expanding rapidly, though most folks are still in experimental mode. At a panel at 100Reporters’ “Double Exposure” symposium in Washington, D.C.
“An investigative report on the privatization of Greece’s islands and beaches? A documentary following child workers in Bolivia? A video report on water scarcity and the Colorado River? No, that’s not a list of the latest Pulitzer Prize nominees. These are all Belgian journalism projects that have raised more than 2,000 euros each on the crowd-funding website KissKissBankBank. These …”
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The Washington Post has developed a tool that tracks the speed of its breaking news email alerts in comparison to nine other competitors. The tool, called BreakFast, has allowed the Post to streamline its own breaking news protocols and is part of its CMS.
My origin story is a tale of constant change. The most recent transition, from running the multimedia desk at the New York Times to chairing the University of Oregon's Agora Journalism Center, is filled with many life lessons.
Anyone paying close attention to the sub-headline of the Guardian's recent piece on corrupt justice might have caught something unusual: Divorced mother Margaret Besen tells her five-year struggle to get justice, just one story in the hundreds of...
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