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“At the end of the day travel journalism is service journalism and so you need to do a service to your readers who are very diverse.”
“We found, surprisingly, that no single feature of a headline’s writing style makes much of a difference in forecasting success.”
“They are representative for all journalists, in a world in which democracy and freedom of the press face increasingly adverse conditions.”
“Our readers are old, older, and oldest.”
“Just one previous exposure is enough to make information seem more credible.”
“As someone who’s done the research, seen all the numbers, I can tell you that things are simply not changing quickly enough to present real, concrete progress.”
With more than 50 participating newsrooms led by The Daily Yonder and the agribusiness-focused Investigate Midwest, the multi-year effort will be the nonprofit group’s largest collaboration ever.
Of the 73 editors-in-chief at award-winning college newsrooms in the Spring 2021 semester, less than 6% were Black, and approximately 10% were Latinx — significantly less than their share of the college population.