Nieman Foundation at Harvard
HOME
          
LATEST STORY
Most people on Twitter don’t live in political echo chambers — but mostly because they don’t care enough to bother building one
ABOUT                    SUBSCRIBE

Archives: February 2019

Other participants: Fire stations, and police departments, and schools.
Publishers are increasingly blocking those who use incognito mode to sneak around their paywalls. But browser makers may have the last laugh.
“The shorter the distance between our neighbors and our news, the stronger our community.”
“We’re trying to be a platform for voices that you wouldn’t ordinarily read in text at the Times.”
Free Press is suggesting an analog to a carbon tax on fossil fuels — but atoning for the attention economy’s perils instead of climate change.
Plus: In the Dark wins a Polk Award, Criminal is heading to TV, and a podcast that’s just walking sounds and host-read ads.
“Small steps by news organizations can have an influence on building trust with their audiences.”
“The right approach is almost always giving up the illusion of control funders think they have and trusting that people closest to the work know what’s best.”