Last autumn, VG and Dagbladet, two of Norway’s most-read tabloid newspapers, began exploring the possibility of collaborating on fact-checking. In
The members of the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities have submitted their resignation to the president following Trump’s response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia last weekend. The committee is comprised of 16 members including actor Kal Penn who announced the move via …
Announcement from Executive Editor Martin Baron and Managing Editors Cameron Barr and Emilio Garcia-Ruiz: We are delighted to announce the
Read six noteworthy trends in global public opinion, drawn from our newly updated Global Indicators Database.
Are hate crimes on the rise? Reliable national-level data isn’t available (though the Center for Investigative Reporting attempts to track domestic terrorism) and reporters following the beat are in the dark about just how common the incidents they cover are in the U.S. ProPublica, Google News Lab, and a data visualization group, Pitch Interactive, launched…
Guest column: Keith Sibson, Vice President, Product & Marketing at PostUp, discusses strategies publishers can use to combat declining revenue and platform dominance
Today’s consumers scroll through their Facebook feeds and flip through Google News for their news fix. Thanks to smartphones and tablets, people consume …
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Whether you’re ready for Monday’s total solar eclipse or just ready for it to be over, major news organizations around the U.S. are ready to cover it. Here’s a quick roundup of what they’re planning. Drones and a goat farm The Washington Post has already published more than 50 posts devoted to the eclipse, an […]
Time for another round of “pivoting to video” chatter, promoted by yet another story about a digital publisher “pivoting to
It stung the first time Sheila Hagar saw the billboard. It was late winter, and she and her husband were
Call it “Mooch II” (absent the profanity). Out of the blue, journalist-academic Robert Kuttner got a surprise call from Steve Bannon, the controversial White House strategist associated with the Breitbart News operation he once ran and diehard nationalist views that he can’t appear to escape. It was a more high-minded outreach than that experienced by […]