Nieman Foundation at Harvard
With its $250 election-night event, The New York Times is offering some of its readers a new kind of fix
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“There are a bunch of skills needed in building news apps, but at the most abstract level they fall into three buckets: Code, Design, and Journalism. Recruit people who have at least two of those skills and be willing to teach them the third.”
Upworthy gets quality, exclusive journalism about income inequality; ProPublica gets a wider audience. Caroline O'Donovan
Can you raise more money for the news by harnessing the power of social sharing — and making the impact of journalism a little more clear?
Five years after launch, ProPublica’s Stephen Engelberg and Richard Tofel reflect on the nonprofit’s early days, getting readers involved in investigations, and the health of nonprofit journalism.
Could it be that investing in the newsroom isn’t just good for journalism — that it’s also good for the bottom line?
As the pro-sharing license celebrates its 10th birthday, the nonprofit outlet says encouraging republication has meant more than 4 million extra pageviews on its stories so far this year. Richard Tofel and Scott Klein
The three-year grant means ProPublica will add staff to its news applications team. Adrienne LaFrance
Newspapers and other publishers are realizing the value of selling something other than their primary product to readers — and ebooks are leading the way.
April 14, 2011