Possibly we’ve just gotten weary of hearing how many people have died from COVID-19, or other important news stories are taking whatever limited resources journalism still has to cover them, but COVID-19 deaths continue to grow at a shocking rate…yet, …
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In an article put out by NiemanLab, part of the Nieman Foundation’s study of journalism at Harvard University, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen of the University of Oxford makes the case that journalism and the news it generates can still be a …
For those of us who love news and journalism, the announcement that the Newseum in Washington, D.C. will be closing was met here with great sadness. If you have not visited this wonderful institution, December 31 will be the last …
Amid the cutbacks in journalism, the Washington Post is adding a coverage area: videogaming and esports. It provided details on its new Launcher section today.…
The history of tabloid journalism is longer than one might expect. The Conversation has the story.…
Facebook Comments Ruling Hits Australian Media
A judge there says media companies are obligated to moderate comments on their Facebook pages … The Guardian analyzes what it calls a “landmark ruling.”…
For an understanding of how fake news originates and spreads, take a look at AFP FactCheck, which examines and debunks “information” from around the globe. It is fascinating, disturbing and obviously a lot of work for the AFP team.…
While the cuts in newspaper staff seem endless, the Washington Post says it plans to hire 12 more investigative reporters … The Hill has the story.…
Lately, we’ve been pondering this question. Radical transparency has been touted in various opinion pieces as the savior for everything from journalism to social media to democracy itself. The idea is that radical transparency will build trust in those organizations …
Since the Great Recession American newspapers have seen their revenues cut by nearly half. Thousands of jobs in the industry have been slashed and still it is having trouble recovering. Hoping to plug the dike is the American Journalism Project…