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Cameron Wilson / BuzzFeed:
Facebook has 17M users in Australia but just seven fact checkers, from AFP and Australian Associated Press, who completed 220 fact checks since April 2019   —  “It's incredible the sheer speed at which lies travel, particularly when they're targeted at groups," one fact checker said.
Feb 19, 2020, 12:15 PM - In context

The Markup says it will begin publishing on February 25 and announces its board of directors   —  The Markup, a nonpartisan and nonprofit newsroom investigating how powerful institutions are using technology in ways that impact society, today announced its Board of Directors ahead of its February 25th launch.
Feb 19, 2020, 11:00 AM - In context

Hanaa' Tameez / Nieman Lab:
The AP StoryShare platform facilitates collaboration as newsrooms find and upload articles; 25 outlets have shared 200 stories since last month's launch   —  “On most days of the week, I'm competing with them.”  But when the situation's right, local news outlets are using one another to augment their own resources.
Feb 18, 2020, 12:00 PM - In context

Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Reuters launches a new Reuters Fact Check business unit and blog and partners with Facebook to review news headlines, deepfakes, and user generated content   —  Eye-witness photos and videos distributed by news wire Reuters already go through an exhaustive media verification process.
Feb 12, 2020, 7:05 AM - In context

Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
As part of Apple News' 2020 election coverage, Apple says Siri can now answer election-related questions, including sharing live election results from AP   —  Apple's built-in voice assistant won't help you figure out who to vote for, but it will be able to update you on different races around …
Feb 11, 2020, 3:10 PM - In context

Ren LaForme / Poynter:
Muck Rack launches Trends, a Google Trends-like tool that shows which journalists and news organizations wrote about topics the most   —  What are journalists writing about?  It seems like a question with an easy answer.  Just go to a news outlet's homepage and take a peek, or do a quick internet search.
Feb 10, 2020, 10:05 AM - In context

David Bauder / Associated Press:
CBS News president called threats against Gayle King “reprehensible” after King was criticized for asking about Kobe Bryant's rape charge in an interview   —  NEW YORK (AP) — The CBS News chief called threats against journalist Gayle King “reprehensible” Saturday as backlash grew …
Feb 8, 2020, 9:10 PM - In context

ESPN's Jessica Mendoza, who was criticized for working as both ESPN analyst and NY Mets adviser, resigns from the Mets, gets pulled from Sunday Night Baseball   —  Jessica Mendoza has signed a multiyear extension with ESPN and will no longer continue in her role as baseball operations adviser …
Feb 7, 2020, 9:05 PM - In context

Horserace coverage of the Iowa caucus debacle in the absence of clear, verified results only served to sow doubt about the integrity of the process   —  Last night, three days later than planned, we finally saw a full set of results from the Democratic caucuses in Iowa.
Feb 7, 2020, 11:00 AM - In context

Jenny Singer / Glamour:
Seven female journalists, including CNN's Dana Bash and NYT's Eileen Sullivan, talk about covering Trump's impeachment, the Democratic primaries, and more   —  Keeping up with the news has never felt harder.  There's a crowded and contentious election, a historic impeachment trial …
Feb 5, 2020, 8:50 PM - In context

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