A template for my not-so-secret Airtable of great journalists I want to hire
Building personal pipelines instead of relying on others’ lets you control the twists and limit them.
Replacing the news
Action is urgent but we lack compelling visions for the news and information ecosystems our communities deserve.
Can journalism get ahead of the Metaverse?
This is not the first rodeo for journalism and augmented reality and the like but it might be an ideal time for inroads and progress.
Upward means planning for growth
New opportunities don’t just appear, they need to be curated and designed with a candidate in mind.
News outlets and social media provide an avalanche of information during a crisis
How do you sift out the accurate from the inaccurate?
Transparency tools can make your reporting more credible
News and tech organizations grapple with the challenge of helping news consumers distinguish trustworthy sources.
Don’t link directly to misinformation sites
Archiving, tracking and annotating can help you avoid directing traffic to malicious actors.
Doesn’t matter the worksheet, goal planning is the same
Make sure your team’s goals roll up, down.
Addressing the latest wave of coronavirus misinformation
First Draft created a special section on COVID-19 in its Basic Toolkit for verification. ONA quickly published a COVID-19 Misinformation Playbook and SPJ’s Journalist’s Toolbox maintains its own page of resources for fact-checking coronavirus information. Using these guides and a few select tools can help journalists verify facts and fight misinformation.
5 ways to use Canva to upgrade your newsroom’s visual presence on social media
With its brand kit and newsroom specific graphics, Canva is a one-stop shop for elevating your social media presence.