June 15th marks the 40th anniversary of Nelson Poynter's death. He was, according to his obituary, "renowned nationally for his editorial independence and innovative journalism."
Audience partisanship is the biggest factor in how they rank the credibility of a news story.
First the bad news: we have news deserts and bad owners and the never-ending slog of layoffs and buyouts and pivots and right-sizings.
Beyond suffering and resilience, reporter unexpectedly finds the best in America
The hours of local news aired remain at an all-time high, according to RTDNA and Hofstra University.
You left because the editors shut down your pitches.
Take that, post-truthers.
National site taking its award-winning documentary direct to its audience — for a price
Last week’s iOS12 unveiling seemed to be a big one for journalism. Here are some of the features I suspect will have big and small impacts.
The latest large-scale survey of public attitudes toward journalism and journalists' view of the public shows diverging perceptions of what is good practice and what readers and viewers actually get.