According to research performed by Pew Research Center, whites are more likely to speak to a local journalist than non-whites. And among whites, college graduates are more likely to be interviewed than those who didn’t graduate. However, civic engagement …
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In an unusual move, The New York Times is providing open access to all its reporting today through tomorrow evening at NYTimes.com. According to publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., “Independent journalism is crucial to democracy and I believe there is no …
This story from BillMoyers.com explains how today’s news media and their newsrooms don’t come close to reflecting America’s diversity. It uses a photo from an MSNBC ad about their journalist who cover the presidential campaign to make the article’s point …
Want to be a mobile journalist? Recommendations on equipment and apps come from ijnet.org.…
The Atlantic has a great article about why people who love news are so glum about the world. It has to do with what researchers call “the availability bias”. Basically, bad news gets covered by journalists much more than so …
Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon, purchased the Washington Post in 2013. Since that time he has been relatively quiet about his plans for the publication and how he intends to make money with it. New York Magazine has …
Though this PR Daily story is mostly about Facebook’s Instant Articles app, it asks an intriguing question. With this app, has Facebook become a layer over the Internet in such a way that a Facebook user no longer needs to …
With Facebook facing conservative political backlash over its perceived editorial choices on the site’s news feeds, the New York Times points out that they are not the only social media organization posting trending news that uses editors. Sometimes the people …
Mother Jones has declared the end of journalism in the digital media age. It cites numerous examples of online news media going out of business and others slashing staff – and their parent companies predicting dire business results. Their analogy …
The assumption might be that in our fast-paced, mobile world, long-form journalism no longer has a place in news. That assumption, according to Pew Research Center, would be quite wrong. Even with so many 140 character tweeting journalists, people …