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“Journalism moves fast…philanthropy moves slow.” Press Forward’s director wants to bring them together00
After criticism over “viewpoint diversity,” NPR adds new layers of editorial oversight00
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Increasingly stress-inducing subject lines helped The Intercept surpass its fundraising goal00
In an increasingly fractured Europe, this project is betting on one-on-one talks as a way to find common ground00
After The Messenger’s collapse, Jimmy Finkelstein seems to be itching for a do-over00
Apple News adds a new original game to boost News+ subscriptions00
People who got off Facebook for 6 pivotal weeks in 2020 may have been less likely to vote for Trump00
How NPR and Floodlight teamed up to uncover fossil fuel “news mirages” across the country00
This journalism professor made a NYC chatbot in minutes. It actually worked.00
For the first time, two Pulitzer winners disclosed using AI in their reporting00
“We’re there to cover what’s happening”: How student journalists are covering campus protests00
Screenshots are one big winner of Meta’s news ban in Canada00
This year’s Pulitzer Prizes were a coming-out party for online media — and a marker of local newspapers’ decline00
Most Americans say local news is important. But they’re consuming less of it.00
Economic sanctions, donor whims, and legalese: Exiled media outlets face challenges in reporting on their home countries00
Newsonomics: Eight essentials as California’s “save local news” bill picks up speed00
Media coverage of campus protests tends to focus on the spectacle rather than the substance00
Pulitzer’s AI Spotlight Series will train 1,000 journalists on AI accountability reporting00
Even if mistrust in news isn’t entirely reporters’ fault, it is their problem00