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“Celestial events tend to draw highly engaged audiences, and this one is no exception.”
Phoebe Connelly on prompt training, AI anxieties, and her first-of-its-kind role
“People experience war on a personal level, and our ability to communicate extraordinary stress on an individual human level is the goal of good war reporting.”
Reporter Patrick Lohmann has lived in New Mexico for most of his life, but covering the Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon Fire required building trust in a divided community. Here’s how he did it.
“I don’t think there’s a circumstance where if you can just twist the dials the right way it’s going to unlock lots and lots of earned revenue from a big subscriber base.”
“Demand has gone down for printed newspapers, but the supply chain for providing newspapers in a printed format is collapsing faster than the natural interest in a printed newspaper.”
“I’m only speaking for myself today, but this certainly reflects how I’m thinking about the role AI could play in the Times newsroom and beyond.”