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We're partnering with and to create a best-practices guide for email newsletters, and we want to hear from you: What resources would be most helpful? What would you like us to cover?
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First Draft Jul 9
When talking about mis- and disinformation, definitions matter. It's time we got focused. These tools will give you the words you need to talk about information disorder.
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Shorenstein Center Jul 6
Wednesday 7/11: Isabel Wilkerson, Pulitzer prize winning journalist and author of "The Warmth of Other Suns," speaks at Harvard Dept. of African-American Studies, 12 Quincy Street, Barker Center, Locke Room (RM230): 6:15-8:00pm
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Elizabeth Arnold Jul 5
Wow! While I am certainly no hero, I am honored by and grateful for the attention to and my recent paper!
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Harvard Kennedy School Jul 5
Recent research from found that foundation funding for nonprofit news has been both insufficient to meet the need, and overly focused on the Northeast
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Ctr 4 Climate, Health & the Global Environment Jul 5
(1/6) The impact of is perhaps most observable in the Arctic, where sea ice is melting quickly. Our this week is award-winning journalist Elizabeth Arnold, an Alaska resident who profiles the people fighting to protect their way of life.
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Harvard Kennedy School Jun 26
A new initiative fights the spread of disinformation with a free online media verification course for journalists and anyone else looking to develop stronger digital literacy skills
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Harvard University Jun 25
A new initiative is combatting disinformation with a free online media verification course for journalists and anyone looking to develop stronger digital literacy skills
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Setti Warren Jun 22
I'm honored to be joining the terrific team at the Shorenstein Center at Harvard as the executive director. Looking forward to being part of part of making sure it continues to grow & thrive in support of strengthening journalism, politics, and democracy.
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Shorenstein Center Jun 22
Call for nominations for the David Nyhan Prize for Political Journalism now open! Nominate a journalist who challenges the powerful by 7/31/18:
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Nieman Lab Jun 21
At Nieman Lab, we love collaboration. Here's our write-up about the & report on what media funders and newsrooms are working on together:
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Shorenstein Center Jun 21
Congratulations to former fellow Derrick Z. Jackson on winning 1st place in the Column Writing Contest 2018 (for Online, Blog, and Multimedia Columns — Under 100,000 Monthly Unique Visitors):
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Shorenstein Center Jun 21
Exciting news: We are proud to announce that Setti Warren will join the as Executive Director.
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Northeastern U. Jun 20
What does have to do with the you count on to deliver your news? New , study looks at by non-profits. , , , .
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Shorenstein Center Jun 20
ICYMI: New study assesses major patterns and trends in foundation support for nonprofit journalism and media between 2010 and 2015, focusing specifically on support for digital news nonprofits.
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Shorenstein Center Jun 20
New case studies surface innovative funding practices in journalism, with examples including the ACLU’s hiring of an investigative reporter to cover the Flint water crisis, and the establishment of youth media hubs in California.
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David Beard Jun 20
Trying to tackle a major humanitarian crisis — the separation of children and parents and the jailing of toddlers — in your own backyard. How Texas journalists are covering it
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Shorenstein Center Jun 20
. argues that predominantly negative coverage of Muslims & refugees on US TV news contributes to negative public opinion of Muslims and refugees -- and policies such as Trump’s “Muslim ban.” (From 2017):
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First Draft Jun 20
For every mind-blowing, complex job, there are countless others that use the same handful of tools for a quick solution. Our Verification Toolbox is a quick-access page for the ones we find the most useful
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Shorenstein Center Jun 20
New Paper—Funding Journalism, Finding Innovation: Success Stories and Ideas for Creative, Sustainable Partnerships
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