These newspaper chain owners live where they publish
Local groups buy back community newspapers from big chains and invest in journalism.
Defined focus can help newsrooms automate
A contained core of apps and systems keeps automated tools approachable and trackable: A discussion with Joe Amditis.
Why your news outlet needs an on-the-ground strategy
Borderless Magazine’s Diane Bou Khalil shares guidance for meeting community members where they’re at.
From 0 to 3,000: Six tactics we used to build a newsletter list from scratch
Use these tips to grow your audience.
How newsrooms can visually navigate internal data
Track audience growth with simple, easy-to-read graphics from built-in platform data.
Could a banking law designed to end redlining drive more capital into local journalism?
A consortium of Black news publishers wants federal regulators to update Community Reinvestment Act rules so banks do more for local, minority-owned media.
How to create and launch an evergreen pop-up newsletter
Sydney Lewis is a 2022 RJI Student Innovation Fellow partnered with NOLA.com in New Orleans. The RJI Student Fellows will be sharing their product work this summer through Innovation in Focus. NOLA.com | The Times Picayune decided to create an evergreen pop-up newsletter. It was my job to research, brainstorm, build, curate, write, promote, and … Continued
Audiences for news notice cutbacks, reward brands with quality momentum
Smartphones most relied on, but television is where audiences still find news of value.
Setting boundaries so working on DEI doesn’t overwhelm my life
When working on diversity isn’t really a choice, what can we do to make sure we’re giving ourselves time to heal?
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.