Tag: New York Times
These journalism tools show how data and reader service go hand-in-hand
Want to know if your chicken could be contaminated with salmonella? There’s a (news) app for that.
Changing the language around incarceration
Instead of “inmate,” use “person in prison” or “person who is incarcerated.”
Three disability questions every editor should ask
Accessible editing practices elevate disabled voices, eliminates ableism and makes journalism more accurate.
It’s time to move beyond ‘inspiration porn’ and cover disability authentically and accurately
Every beat is a disability beat.
When and how should we use AI in news?
We spoke with Marc Lavallee of The New York Times about newsrooms incorporating AI technology and tools into their work.
The Uproot Project wants race and class at the forefront of environmental reporting
“The old narrative doesn’t work anymore — it never did. It’s time to take it out by its roots, and start anew.”
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.
What does movement journalism mean for journalism as a whole?
Movement journalism. It didn’t yet have the name, but still, it was there in practice when Ida B. Wells’ name was first placed on the masthead on the Memphis Free Speech in 1892.
Pictures of the Year announces 78th competition winners
The judging of the 78th annual Pictures of the Year International, the oldest and most prestigious photojournalism contest, recently wrapped up with a new group of winners. This year’s contest brought in nearly 40,000 images, along with short films and online storytelling presentations. “The judging of the images and stories in POY this year was … Continued
Building simple data pipelines
It’s important to be able to deploy scrapers that will continue to scrape and store your data without you having to prompt them every time. For journalists looking to stay on top of COVID-19 trends, access to data from state and county health authorities is crucial. However, this data can often feel inaccessible, existing behind … Continued