What journalists are saying about Muslims in the news media
Why we should expand who gets credit in journalism
The byline treats some journalists in newsrooms as less important: a discussion with Alex Sujong Laughlin.
Three disability questions every editor should ask
Accessible editing practices elevate disabled voices, eliminates ableism and makes journalism more accurate.
Why local journalism needs a funding pipeline
Tech and philanthropic institutions are giving thousands of $5,000 to $250,000 grants to individual newsrooms, but… then what?
What’s Working: Newsletters may be reaching their limits, but there’s hope beyond the inbox
Email newsletters are thriving, but their ascendancy in today’s media brings with it a certain foreboding: Given how successful the format has been the past few years — and how many writers have turned to newsletter platforms like Substack to build their personal brands and possibly earn some real money — it feels almost inevitable there … Continued
The secrets of successful newsletters
From subject lines to welcome campaigns, these are the most important things to get right
Challenge Accepted! What newsrooms need to know about Generation Z
A Missouri School of Journalism capstone team worked with BuzzFeed to find the answer to one complex question: What does Gen Z celebrate? While finding the answer, we were to develop personality profiles that captured what it’s like to be a member of Gen Z
Challenge Accepted! How can a Phoenix TV station better engage with 18- to 24-year-olds?
Doesn’t every news organization want to engage a younger audience? Annie Le, Kyle McCubbin, Sidney Steele and Jacqueline Lemp teamed with 12 News, based in Phoenix, to better understand their younger audience base.
Post Episode 11: Reporters discuss covering different aspects of immigration
Pulitzer Prize Winner Hannah Dreier of ProPublica discusses her prize-winning series about Salvadoran immigrants who were wrapped up in a federal investigation of MS-13. Other recent coverage of immigration issues are also highlighted.
Short Takes: How data uncovered great stories
Who said there would be math? In a field that can attract mathematically challenged individuals, data has become an essential tool for journalists. During the 2019 spring semester, student producers behind Gray Television’s OTT show “Post” showcased 20 pieces of journalism, most of which would not be possible without data.