Tag: Associated Press
How we start building access for disabled journalists
I probably shouldn’t start this with a wheelchair pun, should I?
Why local news should be utilizing AI
How you’re already using it and how it can help your newsroom.
It’s not easy to craft a push alert strategy
This RJI Fellowship research report offers recommendations and insights on how to improve your approach.
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.
Trust.txt puts the robots to work fighting misinformation
Interest appears to be growing in the “simple and elegant” solution.
Don’t link directly to misinformation sites
Archiving, tracking and annotating can help you avoid directing traffic to malicious actors.
Changing the language around incarceration
Instead of “inmate,” use “person in prison” or “person who is incarcerated.”
Epic history that inspired epic storytelling
A team from The Washington Post re-reported and retold the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the U.S. Capitol with classic, credible and compelling journalism.
Making Agenda Watch useful to journalists across the country
Big Local News and the Reynolds Journalism Institute will make Agenda Watch a full-featured platform for journalists, one that provides the ability to research past agendas and minutes as well as subscribe to alerts based on topics and keywords relevant to a reporter’s beat.
News archives: The untapped resource Part 3
This excerpt from Neil Mara’s research report highlights the top selections from each of the five categories of examples showing how newsrooms are using the content of their news archives to their benefit.