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“With the rise of Telegram, graphic imagery has proliferated in the world of open-source intelligence. Does it serve a purpose?”
A new study finds that NewsGuard’s credibility ratings for news sites helped steer the most frequent consumers of misinformation towards more reliable outlets.
On average, it takes about seven emails to find and agree upon a meeting time. I don’t have the brain space for that.
Plus: Why judges’ definitions of journalism matter, and how forgiveness offers a new way to think about news errors.
From building trust with readers to indulging your own curiosity, local reporters share tips for finding science stories for local audiences.
One researcher’s work has found that, over the past decade, the news media has reduced the number of times the name of a mass shooter is reported.
OpenMind Magazine launched just a month ago, with a goal of “tackling science controversies and deceptions.”
Some student newspaper positions — especially editorial ones — at many liberal arts colleges are unpaid, which perpetuates the continued overrepresentation of upper-middle class, often white, reporters.
“Every phone has a weather app on it. So where do you add value, layer in expertise?”