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Five renowned journalists in Latin America just launched a new journalistic project that seeks to use collaborative investigative journalism to explain phenomena that cross borders in the region. The Latin American Center for Investigative … more
Advertisers are wittingly or unwittingly spending more than $235 million on more than 20,000 sites known to spread disinformation, according to findings of a forthcoming report from the Global Disinformation Index (GDI). The figure from the report, … more
Donald Trump is a media president. He makes policies based on the words of certain journalists, riles his supporters in opposition to others, boosts a few who show their fealty to him, and measures his success in printouts of web stories his aides … more
An agreement has been reached for the Tribune Chronicle to acquire The Vindicator’s subscription list, The Vindicator masthead and the Vindy.com domain, Mark Brown, general manager of The Vindicator announced on Aug. 16. John Cribb, Cribb, Greene … more
The circumstances of the death of Jeffrey Epstein, who was found hanging in his cell last Saturday, are among the country’s most competitive news stories. All the big players are deploying their top reporters to nail down the smallest details on … more
When it comes to paywall strategy, The Globe and Mail built its own model. Sonali Verma, deputy head of audience, said this helps the company figure out what to put behind the paywall and what not to.  Read more more
A large majority of teens age 13 to 17 in the U.S. (78%) say it’s important to them to follow current events, and their news habits reflect the diversity of the modern media landscape. Results from a new Common Sense Media|SurveyMonkey poll show … more
Three weekly newspapers published in Woodinville, Wash. have been purchased by a group of regional investors. The sale includes The Woodinville Weekly, Northlake News and Valley. President and owner Julie Boselly on July 29 turned the company’s … more
The BBC World Service has extended its shortwave radio broadcasts in the Indian-controlled region of Kashmir after almost two weeks of a media blackout imposed by India. Kashmir is now in the 12th day of a communications shutdown and security … more
On Sunday, Guatemalans elected right-wing candidate Alejandro Giammattei as their next president. The campaign, however, was plagued with hoaxes related to the electoral process—and even some false information “imported” from Mexico. “In … more
The ASU News Co/Lab is going deep on corrections. Not jails and prisons, but the mea culpas journalists offer when they’ve erred in their public work. Forthright corrections and major updates are an essential kind of transparency. They’re also … more
For a local journalist, having your newspaper snapped up by the Gannett chain never was a joyful prospect. Although journalistically respectable—and sometimes excellent—the Virginia-based company was known for its lean newsroom staffs and its … more
In recent years, efforts to find a sustainable business model for local news coverage in the U.S. have resulted in the acquisition of local news organizations in different markets by large, national companies. Last week's announcement of a merger … more
Deepfakes – doctored videos fabricating footage of what looks like real people – have been around for years. But the journalism community is now starting to take seriously their potential to damage trust in the media and democracy. Most … more
Nate Silver made his name as The New York Times’ data guru, creating the methodology that predicted Barack Obama’s reelection. Now, Silver’s method seems to be to stir up trouble for the Times. The 41-year-old editor of the data-driven news … more
Facebook is going local as it doubles down on tackling its global fake news problem. The social media giant is adding checks to local language content on its platform among African users. The move is part of an ongoing third party fact-checking … more
A small group of students gathered in The Sacramento Bee pressroom on April 24 to witness The State Hornet, which this year celebrates its 70th anniversary as the student-run news organization of Sacramento State, end its print era and shift wholly … more
Take a deep dive into the fascinating world of storytelling podcasts in this long-form interview with Siobhán McHugh to find out how she manages to connect with her audiences. Siobhán worked as producer and consulting producer on a host of … more
As Kashmir enters its 11th day on a strict lockdown in which India has imposed a communications blackout, misinformation has taken off in the region. Fact-checkers for the Agence France-Presse in Southeast Asia have debunked several false and … more
Last Friday, employees at The New York Times (NYT) received an email from Dean Baquet, the newspaper's executive editor. Baquet was announcing a newsroom town hall. "It's an open forum and I'll take your questions or concerns about anything that … more
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