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This is fine

“We interviewed Greta.”

Marie Gilot is the director of J+ at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY.

Marie Gilot is the director of J+ at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY.

Irving Washington   Leadership isn’t something you learn on the job

Kourtney Bitterly   Transparency isn’t just a desire, it’s an expectation

John Garrett   It’s the best time in a century to start a local news organization

Alfred Hermida and Mary Lynn Young   The promise of nonprofit journalism

Dannagal G. Young   Let’s disrupt the logic that’s driving Americans apart

Kristen Muller   The year we operationalize community engagement

Mario García   Think small (screen)

Madelyn Sanfilippo and Yafit Lev-Aretz   News coverage gets geo-fragmented

Adam Thomas   The silver bullet

Jim Brady   We’ll complain about other people living in bubbles while ignoring our own

Linda Solomon Wood   Everyone in your organization, moving toward a common goal

Joe Amditis   Collaborative journalism takes its rightful place at the table

Anthony Nadler   Clash of Clans: Election Edition

Monica Drake   A renewed focus on misinformation

Victor Pickard   We reclaim a public good

Heidi Tworek   The year of positive pushback

Monique Judge   The year to organize, unionize, and fight

Nathalie Malinarich   Betting on loyalty

Stefanie Murray   Charitable giving goes collaborative

Joanne McNeil   A return to blogs (finally? sort of?)

Barbara Gray   Join local libraries on the frontlines of civic engagement

Mary Walter-Brown and Tristan Loper   Power to the people (on your audience team)

Jeff Kofman   Speed through technology

Brenda P. Salinas   Treating MP3 files like text

Marie Gilot   This is fine

Tonya Mosley   The neutrality vs. objectivity game ends

Jennifer Brandel   A love letter from the year 2073

Whitney Phillips   A time to question core beliefs

Matt DeRienzo   Local broadcasters begin to fill the gaps left by newspapers

Rachel Glickhouse   Journalists get left behind in the industry’s decline

Beena Raghavendran   The year of the local engagement reporter

Rasmus Kleis Nielsen   The business we want, not the business we had

Elizabeth Dunbar   Frank talk, and then action

A.J. Bauer   A fork in the road for conservative media

Rachel Schallom   The value of push alerts goes beyond open rates

Raney Aronson-Rath   News deserts will proliferate — but so will new solutions

Jakob Moll   A slow-moving tech backlash among young people

Geneva Overholser   Death to bothsidesism

Cory Haik   We’re already consuming the future of news — now we have to produce it

Carl Bialik   Journalists will try running the whole shop

Logan Jaffe   You don’t need fancy tools to listen

Carrie Brown-Smith   Engaged journalism: It’s finally happening

Sue Robinson   Campaign coverage as test bed for engagement experiments

Annie Rudd   The expanded ambiguity of the news photograph

Sonali Prasad   Climate change storytelling gets multidimensional

Rachel Davis Mersey   The business of local TV news will enter its downward slide

Nicholas Jackson   What’s left of local gets comfortable with reader support

M. Scott Havens   First-party data becomes media’s most important currency

Brian Moritz   The end of “stick to sports”

Jasmine McNealy   A call for context

Nikki Usher   All systems down

Nushin Rashidian   Are platforms a bridge or a lifeline?

Doris Truong   The year of radical salary transparency

Tamar Charney   From broadcast to bespoke

Simon Galperin   Journalism becomes more democratic

Knight Foundation   Five generations of journalists, learning from each other

Sarah Stonbely   More people start caring about news inequality

james Wahutu   Western journalists, learn from your African peers

Dan Shanoff   Sports media enters the Bronny era

Mira Lowe   The year of student-powered journalism

Eric Nuzum   Podcasting finally creates another mega-hit show

Zizi Papacharissi   A president leads, the press follows, reality fades

Helen Havlak   Platforms shine a light on original reporting

Nico Gendron   Make better products if you want to reach Gen Z

S. Mitra Kalita   The race to 2021

John Keefe   Journalism gets hacked

Lucas Graves   A smarter conversation about how (and why) fact-checking matters

Francesco Zaffarano   TikTok without generational prejudice

Richard J. Tofel   A constraint of the reader-revenue model emerges

Moreno Cruz Osório   In Brazil, collaboration in a time of state attacks

Sarah Marshall   The year to learn about news moments

Kevin Douglas Grant   The free press stands against authoritarians’ attacks on truth

Colleen Shalby   Journalists become media literacy teachers

Julia B. Chan   We 👏 take 👏 breaks 👏

Pablo Boczkowski   The day after November 4

Tom Glaisyer   Journalism can emerge newly vibrant and powerful

Michael W. Wagner   Increasingly fractured, but little bit deliberative

Kerri Hoffman   Opening closed systems

Millie Tran   Wicked

Josh Schwartz   Publishers move beyond the metered paywall

Sarah Schmalbach   Journalist, quantify thyself

Lauren Duca   The rise of the journalistic influencer

Cindy Royal   Prepare media students for skills, not job titles

Catalina Albeanu   Rebuilding journalism, together

Steve Henn   The dawning audio web

Alexandra Borchardt   Get out of the office and talk to people

Tanya Cordrey   Saying no to more good ideas

Sarah Alvarez   I’m ready for post-news

Candis Callison   Taking a cue from Indigenous journalists on climate change

Kathleen Searles   Pay more attention to attention

Jeremy Gilbert and Jarrod Dicker   A call for collaboration between storytelling and tech

Bill Adair   A Nobel Prize, a Brad Pitt film, and a Taylor Swift song

Meredith Artley   Stronger solidarity among news organizations

Ben Werdmuller   Use the tools of journalism to save it

Mariana Moura Santos   The future of journalism is collaborative

Alana Levinson   Brand-backed media gets another look

Mike Caulfield   Native verification tools for the blue checkmark crowd

Logan Molyneux and Shannon McGregor   Think twice before turning to Twitter

Craig Newmark   Formalizing newsrooms’ battle against disinformation

Cristina Kim   Public media stops trying to serve “everybody”

Don Day   Respect the non-paying audience

Bill Grueskin   Our ethics codes get an overhaul

Sara K. Baranowski   A big year for little newspapers

Heather Bryant   Some kinds of journalism aren’t worth saving

Imaeyen Ibanga   Let’s take it slow

Margarita Noriega   The platforms try to figure out what to do with single-subject newsrooms

Errin Haines   Race and gender aren’t a 2020 story — they’re the story

Seth C. Lewis   20 questions for 2020

Meg Marco   Everything happens somewhere

Greg Emerson   News apps fall further behind

Peter Bale   Lies get further normalized

L. Gordon Crovitz   Fighting misinformation requires journalism, not secret algorithms

Rick Berke   Incoming fire from both left and right

Hossein Derakhshan   AI can’t conjure up an Errol Morris

Jake Shapiro   Podcasting gets listener relationship management

Jonas Kaiser   Russian bots are just today’s slacktivists

Ernie Smith   The death of the industry fad

Masuma Ahuja   Slower, quieter, more measured and thoughtful

Christa Scharfenberg   It’s time to make journalism a field that supports and respects women

Jeremy Olshan   All journalism should be service journalism

Alice Antheaume   Trade “politics” for “power”

Joni Deutsch   Podcasting unsilences the silent

Felix Salmon   Spotify launches a news channel

Matthew Pressman   News consumers divide into haves and have-nots

An Xiao Mina   The Forum we wanted, the forum we got

Laura E. Davis   Know the context your journalism is operating within

Juleyka Lantigua-Williams   A changing industry amps up podcasters’ ambitions

Elizabeth Hansen and Jesse Holcomb   Local news initiatives run into a capital shortage

Ståle Grut   OSINT journalism goes mainstream

Emily Withrow   The year we kill the news article

Joshua Darr   All that campaign cash will make the media’s problems worse

Fiona Spruill   The climate crisis gets the coverage it deserves

Talia Stroud   The work of reconnecting starts November 4