Don’t have a newsroom policy for ChatGPT? Join the club!
Things are moving fast in the generative AI world for everyone but making time for conversations about the opportunities and challenges should go on the to-do list.
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.
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.
Acclaimed photojournalists coming to Reynolds Journalism Institute April 22-23 to discuss storytelling, claim POY honors
After announcing the winners of this year’s Pictures of the Year International (POY) competition in March, POY — in association with the Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) — is hosting an awards weekend April 22-23.
Reframing politics coverage to promote healthier democracy
Tony Marcano explains how LAist and KPCC are reframing coverage to better serve their community.
A Girl Scout patch: Exploring and building trust in journalism
Sarah Roelke, a 13 year old Girl Scout, built the Report It! patch program which follows a series of activities highlighting women in journalism, their accomplishments and exercises to demystify the profession.
Capture cards for news: “It’s a tool not a replacement”
Stan Heist of Sinclair Broadcast shares his thoughts on using capture cards for journalism.
Use audio to promote greater audience engagement
Social media and smartphones have made it easier than ever for newsrooms to encourage, and use, user-generated content.
What newsrooms can learn from creator culture and monetization strategies
Like the music and movie industry before us, it’s time for journalism to rethink the way things are done.
Journalists are creators now, and that’s a good thing
Journalism’s hostility is understandable, but our denial is not.In 2009, the former editor-in-chief at Thomson Reuters, David Schlesinger, described journalism as one of the great self-declared professions. He wrote, “I am a journalist because I said I was one more than two decades ago and have spent the years since working on my abilities. I am not … Continued