Tag: Wall Street Journal
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.
Incorporating reader feedback at Illinois Latino News
“We want to hear from our readers,” said Hugo Balta, Publisher of Illinois Latino Network, the online news outlet targeting the Latinx community in the state. The network had previously used forms to solicit opinions from readers, but had been inconsistent in the endeavor. Now it was time for a revival.
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.
Reframing politics coverage to promote healthier democracy
Tony Marcano explains how LAist and KPCC are reframing coverage to better serve their community.
The secrets of successful newsletters
From subject lines to welcome campaigns, these are the most important things to get right
Can pay-by-text micropayments become a viable revenue source for newspapers?
COVID-19 accelerated what we’ve known for some time: Newsrooms cannot rely on advertising. Now more than ever newsrooms need to grow reader revenue — soliciting direct support from their readers. We have subscriptions. A new study from the International News Media Association (INMA) found that 39% of digital news publishers across 33 countries charged for … Continued
Entrepreneurship and Media of the Future winner creates online learning platform for journalists
A University of Missouri student team, who came up with the idea to teach different journalistic skills through an online subscription-based learning platform, won the 11th annual Entrepreneurship and Media of the Future Symposium competition.
Team tasked with solving The Associated Press challenge wins business journalism competition
A University of Missouri team tasked with increasing awareness, bringing in more customers and monetizing the health and science vertical at The Associated Press won the 10th annual Entrepreneurship and Media of the Future Symposium competition. The competition brought together graduate students from the Missouri School of Journalism and Trulaske College of Business to tackle … Continued
Pictures of the Year to celebrate winners during awards reception, public forum
Event to also recognize College Photographer of the Year
AI isn’t taking journalists’ jobs. It is making them smarter and more efficient
Utopian or dystopian? When it comes to artificial intelligence and machine learning, how journalists view the technology, and how willing they are to delve into the many layers it can empower, is the secret sauce in creating a better workplace. Five journalists from The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, WIRED, Dogtown Media and Graphika visited … Continued