Tag: Los Angeles Times
News media’s racial reckoning
George Floyd aftermath changed the question from what can be said, to what must be said.
Acknowledging the toll
Why we need trauma-informed safety training for journalists.
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.
Changing the language around incarceration
Instead of “inmate,” use “person in prison” or “person who is incarcerated.”
How to elevate your journalism while using the stories format
The vertical story is changing storytelling. Here’s how to leverage it.
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.
News archives: The untapped resource Part 2
In talking with more than a hundred news editors and reporters, managers and specialists across the industry for this research, Neil Mara found great examples of tangible benefits that newsrooms gain from their archives.
Journalism’s broken talent pipeline
It’s impossible to address what journalists do and why we exist without understanding how and who becomes a journalist today.
6 ways to incorporate Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces in your audience strategy
As the pandemic has forced many publishers to change the way they engage with readers, one addition to the audience wheelhouse has been the use of audio-based social media platforms.
Editorial boards that look nothing like their cities shouldn’t speak for them
Why do editorial boards look nothing like their communities? For decades, one organization has comprehensively tracked newsroom’s hiring, retention, and diversity efforts. The American Society of News Editors’ annual survey has always painted an occasionally hopeful but dim-in-aggregate picture of American newsrooms. Across the board, newsrooms often reflect the diversity of the country and their … Continued