“I don’t think Tash and Co. will be too happy about me publishing it,” writes Peter Schorsch, referring to Times Publishing chairman Paul Tash. Actually, he probably won’t have a problem with it; the survey results should please the Poynter-owned paper’s management. Seventy-seven percent of St. Pete Times‘ staffers said they were satisfied with the company, and 76 percent said they were satisfied with their jobs.
If you are an editor, publisher or general manager, what, if anything, do you do when employees, especially women, are harassed online?
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Journalists pushed for progress, stood up to bullies and made sense of a pandemic. Here’s what we’re thankful for this year.
A special Thanksgiving edition of the Poynter Report from Tom Jones
‘The Second Coming,’ by the Irish poet William Butler Yeats, offers many lessons in a year in which the world seems to be falling apart.