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“There was always going to be a Cambridge Analytica,” Julian Wheatland says in the new Netflix documentary The Great Hack. “It just sucks for me it was Cambridge Analytica.” It sucks for Wheatland because he was the COO of Cambridge … more
The messaging app Telegram was built around the idea that communication should be personal and encrypted. But in some countries, it has also become a popular tool for journalists to create public news channels. Here are three takeaways from how … more
For years, conventional wisdom has held that climate coverage is not especially good for business. The story always seemed too abstract, or too technical, to command attention. “It was pathetic,” David Gelber, who for decades was a producer at … more
In Dan Kane’s 35-year career, he’s developed a way of choosing the stories he should start poking around. The investigative reporter at The (Raleigh, North Carolina) News & Observer thinks of them as triggers, and they’re set off by … more
News organizations in wealthy countries cover climate change very differently from news organizations in poorer countries, according to a new report—and this hasn’t changed much over time, though a more detailed look at now news organizations … more
A planned relaunch of snarky news and gossip website Gawker is on hold indefinitely, The Post has learned. Bustle Digital Group, which owns Gawker, laid off the website’s entire staff Tuesday and called off its planned September relaunch, the … more
Yesterday, ahead of day one of round two of the Democratic debates, a pair of pieces caught my eye. In one, John F. Harris, the founding editor of Politico, took aim at the “prevailing Washington media and political class narrative” that only a … more
Troubling news at one of the nation’s top newspapers. Digital subscriptions at the Los Angeles Times are way below expectations, and leadership, in a memo to staff, said the future of the paper could depend on solving the issue rapidly.Read more more
It might be more difficult to spread false information in four South American countries. Fact-checkers in Uruguay, Bolivia, Argentina and Brazil have come together to form national coalitions and fight mis/disinformation in teams. Facebook posts and … more
On Sunday, in Gilroy, California, a city of around 58,000 people southeast of San Jose, a gunman cut through the fence of a local garlic festival and opened fire. The shooter killed Trevor Irby, who was 25 years old; Keyla Salazar, who was 13; and … more
When a gunman killed 51 people and injured dozens more at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand in March, the official response was swift. Restrictions were imposed on military-style semiautomatic weapons and assault rifles, and on magazines and … more
Each year, we survey journalists, journalism faculty and others in our audience for feedback on how they use our free materials and how we can better help them improve the quality of journalism. Our core aim is to bridge the gap between newsrooms … more
Like other publishers with subscription models, French newspaper Le Figaro is trying to figure out how to balance new customer acquisition with retention. To do so, it’s changed the way it measures churn and is taking a closer look at what happens … more
Political groups on both sides of the aisle are throwing money and resources at propping up local, partisan websites that are often designed to appear as straight news. Some of these sites are leveraging Facebook advertising to boost their content. … more
Four years ago, technology companies were widely seen as having a positive impact on the United States. But the share of Americans who hold this view has tumbled 21 percentage points since then, from 71% to 50%. Negative views of technology … more
EO Media Group was the high bidder at an auction Monday for The Bulletin and Redmond Spokesman, offering $3.65 million for Central Oregon’s century-old daily newspaper and a sister weekly. EO Media, or East Oregonian Publishing, outbid Adams … more
The Associated Press earlier this year shifted a national race and ethnicity reporter to its 2020 election team, an acknowledgment that race has become a defining element of President Donald Trump’s campaigns. That beat, assigned to reporter Errin … more
In October 2018, Bureau Local, based in the UK, was awarded funding as part of the Engaged Journalism Accelerator’s Closed Call, as one of four organisations with a record of sustaining a loyal community and a willingness to develop a resilient … more
British media have activated at least three tools to handle false claims made by Prime Minister Boris Johnson: It has called for citizen’s support, reached out for White House reporters and also published open statements directed at the … more
The 623-page final report on the Australia Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) inquiry into the impact of digital platforms has been keenly awaited by global regulators and publishers. And its final report, released Thursday, has proved to … more
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