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Christopher R. Martin / Nieman Reports:
Newspapers wrote off working class readers in the '60s, and now that there's no labor coverage on network/cable news, it's clear more labor reporters are needed   —  A 1951 Nieman Foundation conference on labor reporting tells us what we are missing in reporting today
Aug 29, 2019, 7:00 AM - In context

Lewis Raven Wallace / Nieman Reports:
A look at challenges trans reporters face when out on the job and how their increased newsroom presence is improving the quality and quantity of trans coverage   —  Trans reporters want more accurate and more sensitive coverage of trans issues and an end to false equivalency
Aug 24, 2019, 6:15 AM - In context

Jon Marcus / Nieman Reports:
A look at the debate behind the journalistic practice of strategic silence when it comes to naming shooters, addressing lies, and covering extremist ideologies   —  Journalists often withhold details of mass shooters and suicides to discourage copycats.  Should that “strategic silence” …
Jul 31, 2019, 12:30 AM - In context

Rose Eveleth / Nieman Reports:
As the journalism workforce adds more freelancers, journalism award administrators should rethink their rules and high entry fees and offer a freelancer fund   —  As freelancers make up more and more of the workforce, award administrators should rethink their rules
May 5, 2019, 4:40 PM - In context

Gabe Bullard / Nieman Reports:
As more people use voice-activated smart speakers to request news, publishers are turning newscasts into conversations, challenging the foundations of radio   —  Smart speakers are challenging the foundations of radio, and news outlets are racing to find a place on the platform
Apr 7, 2019, 5:15 PM - In context

Steven Greenhouse / Nieman Reports:
A look at recent efforts to unionize digital newsrooms, as staff aim to lift the salary floor, improve basic benefits, and shield against industry volatility   —  Journalists are saying yes to unions to lift salary floors, win or improve basic benefits, and provide some cushion to the industry's volatility
Mar 24, 2019, 7:40 PM - In context

Martin Scott / Nieman Reports:
Interviews with 74 journalists and foundation representatives show concerns with relying on philanthropy because funding shapes which issues get covered and how   —  New research raises questions about unintended consequences when it comes to foundation funding of international coverage
Feb 3, 2019, 12:45 PM - In context

Jim Morrill / Nieman Reports:
As some criticize horse-race political coverage, a look back at The Charlotte Observer's election work using a “citizens agenda”, from a reporter who was there   —  In 1992, the Charlotte Observer pioneered “public journalism” in its election coverage.  Is that what voters need in 2020?
Jan 27, 2019, 8:00 AM - In context

Shira Springer / Nieman Reports:
Research shows women's sports in the US receive only 4% of all sports media coverage, perpetuating the biased belief that fans don't care about women's sports   —  Women's sports in the U.S. receive only 4 percent of sports media coverage.  Why it's time for that to change  —  ARTICLE BY
Jan 16, 2019, 4:05 PM - In context

Eduardo Suárez / Nieman Reports:
How newsrooms are covering midterms: NPR's data use, AP's VoteCast survey, Nevada Independent's explainers, and crowdsourcing at Electionland, Politico, and NYT   —  To meet the challenges of the midterms, news outlets are taking a more collaborative approach, changing how they report on polls …
Nov 4, 2018, 5:50 PM - In context




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