News media’s racial reckoning
George Floyd aftermath changed the question from what can be said, to what must be said.
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.
Watchdog Writers Group announces new fellows and student reporters
Authors and students will produce books and articles on the industrial and cultural degradation of the American prairie; the rising incarceration rate among women; and the FBI’s infiltration of Black Lives Matter protests in the Midwest.
Making pictures in an upturned world
An analysis of photojournalists’ motivations for covering COVID-19.
Social media policies are not the real issue
Gabe Schneider, Kendra Pierre-Louis, Sisi Wei and Karen K. Ho in a discussion around how newsrooms can work to become anti-racist starting with their social media policies and how they enforce them. Reporters of color being punished and fired for tweets is a symptom of the larger problem that newsrooms need to tackle head on. … Continued