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Thoughts on the fake news problem, from Columbia Journalism Review.…
Media brands being deemed ‘Fake News’ are turning to advertising to address the accusation. Their marketing often educates people on the rigorous processes that make good journalism. A number of these media are claiming that subscriptions and viewership are up …
According to an ongoing study by the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia Journalism School, which is charting the convergence between journalism and platform companies, it is not. The study results claim that traditional publishers are losing their role …
A Wired story explains how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being used at The Washington Post to write mundane, data heavy stories. At this point, journalist at the newspaper see it as helpful, allowing them to address the more mundane aspect …
That is the question essentially asked by the Nieman Foundation for Journalism and the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy at Harvard at a recent forum. Harvard Magazine explains the discussion and why the panel felt there is …
The best reporting of 2016? Columbia Journalism Review offers a list.…
Harvard University’s NiemanLab annually asks “the smartest people in journalism and digital media what they think is coming in the next 12 month.” They do this through December 16, so there are a few more predictions that will be added. …
According to a story in The New York Times, nonprofit journalism organizations are seeing a flood of small and large contributions following the election. The amount of giving is substantially more than last year. Why this is is unclear. …
How prevalent is automated journalism … and more to the point, how widespread will it become? Thoughts from Columbia Journalism Review.…