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The coronavirus pandemic is stretching journalists and newsrooms in unprecedented fashion. To help, News University will make Poynter experts available for live, 30-minute Q&A video sessions covering the topics you need help with now. Sessions offer journalists tools to be more effective during a crisis.


Getting Practical About Conflict

Samantha Ragland taught at Poynter’s Leadership Academy for Women in Media in February. She will take over the popular program as lead faculty. (Photo by Sara O’Brien)

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Make Diversity a Priority During the Pandemic


Job-Hunting During a Pandemic

Kelly McBride

Newsroom Ethics in the Coronavirus Era

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