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S. Mitra Kalita
S. Mitra Kalita is a veteran journalist, media executive, prolific commentator and author of two books. She is the co-founder/ CEO of URL Media, a network of Black and Brown community news outlets that share content and revenue. URL Media, a for-profit company, has received funding from the International Women’s Media Foundation and Archewell, the … Continued
Kara Edgerson is the Digital Director of the One Newsroom. In this role she leads digital for KOMU, KBIA, Missourian, Missouri Business Alert and Vox. She also collaborates with the Reynolds Journalism Institute on innovative projects, ideas and initiatives. Independent Journalist Bootcamp
How to operate a WeChat newsletter with the help of the community
We introduced using WeChat for newsletters in the last article, including how to create a newsletter and the importance of WeChat in the Chinese community. The next step is to figure out how to operate a newsletter consistently, especially when there are not enough Chinese speakers in the newsroom to give the newsletter leads a … Continued
80th POY competition announces winners; Gabrielle Lurie sets record with third consecutive Local Photographer of the Year award
Pictures of the Year International has announced the winners of its 80th competition, which was held virtually and saw judges review more than 35,000 images and photo stories submitted from all over the world.
How we start building access for disabled journalists
I probably shouldn’t start this with a wheelchair pun, should I?
Symposium at Reynolds Journalism Institute asks: What happens when AI creates defamatory content?
In a world where artificial intelligence can write headlines and even compose passable news stories, the notion of “defamation by algorithm” is no longer the realm of science fiction.
AI audio enhancers provide new paths to quality sound
Adobe Podcast, Audo Studio and other tools bring new possibilities to editing audio and overprocessing.
These newspaper chain owners live where they publish
Local groups buy back community newspapers from big chains and invest in journalism.
A source of safety information for journalists.