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Nic Newman / Nieman Lab:
Reuters report on podcasts finds local news pods flourishing; print and digital outlets focus more on deep dives, as broadcasters tend toward micro-bulletins   —  “The big change is commercial, which is that we had advertisers who started to come to us last year and say …
Dec 3, 2019, 4:20 PM - In context

Epstein's death was an injustice, but the press can hold him and alleged enablers to account, as Emily Maitlis showed in her outstanding Prince Andrew interview   —  In the summer, the arrest and subsequent death, in jail, of the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein cast an uncomfortable spotlight …
Nov 18, 2019, 3:55 PM - In context

Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Profile of Storyful's 11-member investigative team, which has worked with NYT, WSJ, and others to mine social media for stories about the 2020 election   —  In some cases, newsrooms have specific ideas or topics they need researched.  In other cases, Storyful has an idea that it looks to find a home for.
Oct 24, 2019, 6:30 AM - In context

Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
At conference on Brexit, foreign journalists say UK media are being used by the government when it unquestioningly reports what anonymous government sources say   —  British journalists are being “played like an instrument” when they publish stories based on Government leaks and anonymous sources, a prominent media academic has claimed.
Oct 10, 2019, 10:00 AM - In context

Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
NYT's Mark Thompson warns “print-centric” UK newspapers face mass closures and says it is a myth to blame Facebook and Google for news industry's difficulties   —  New York Times chief executive Mark Thompson has warned UK newspapers are still too “print-centric” and face mass closures without drastic changes in policy.
Sep 25, 2019, 10:50 AM - In context

Declan Walsh / New York Times:
NYT's Declan Walsh describes the incident that led him to flee Egypt, after a warning of potential arrest, from a US source who doubted the US would intervene   —  Times journalists have long relied on the U.S. government to intervene when danger arises abroad.  That may no longer be the case.
Sep 24, 2019, 6:05 PM - In context

Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
Q&A with Miriam Wells, the first impact editor at nine-year-old The Bureau of Investigative Journalism in UK, on ensuring its journalism makes a difference   —  It's what readers want, it's what funders want, it's what editors want, it's even what reporters want: The elusive yet ever-important impact …
Sep 15, 2019, 8:00 AM - In context

Suzanne Vranica / Wall Street Journal:
More advertisers are preventing ads from appearing on political content online; out of 2,637 advertisers, 560 blocked the word “Trump”, 1,085 blocked “shooting”   —  ‘Bomb,’ ‘immigration,’ ‘racism’ and ‘Trump’ are among keywords marketers insist should not appear near their ads
Aug 15, 2019, 11:15 AM - In context

Monojoy Bhattacharjee / What's New in Publishing:
In the next version of Chrome, out in July, publishers won't be able to detect when a browser is in incognito mode, potentially letting readers bypass paywalls   —  The ad blocking controversy is still fresh, and now publishers have to contend with yet another salvo from Google Chrome.
Jun 22, 2019, 4:20 AM - In context

Amanda Darrach / Columbia Journalism Review:
Profile of Ruth Sherlock, an NPR correspondent in the Middle East, on covering the ISIS beat amid tabloid sensationalism from other corners of the media   —  In 2015, Shamima Begum left her family home in London to run away to Syria and join the Islamic State.  She was 15, and still in school.
Apr 8, 2019, 7:15 PM - In context




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