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Josh Scacco Jun 18
Replying to @joshscacco
The practical takeaway for the and journalist colleagues is that curiosity headlines (question headlines in particular compared to forward reference) fail when they disrupt sensemaking and social psychological mechanisms for finding news. 3/
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Future of Journalism Jun 22
Journalism is the conversation. The conversation is journalism. via
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Kristy Gillentine Callaway #SMDayHou Jun 20
FIVE female news anchors from are suing the network for gender and age discrimination. “Men age on TV with a sense of gravitas, and we as women have an expiration date," tells the . ✊
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Susannah Streeter Jan 24
Seriously impressive reporting from . She films herself live from Tbilisi her phone on a selfie stick, delivering latest news on Briton Jack Shepherd being held in Georgia over a speedboat killing
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Free Press May 28
"The only thing the [Pelosi video] incident shows is how expert Facebook has become at blurring the lines between simple mistakes & deliberate deception, thereby abrogating its responsibility as the key distributor of news on the planet."
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Simon McCoy Mar 21
'Today, so many journalists face constant anonymous threats online, simply for reporting on opinions that others might not want to hear. Every day we see attempts to target, troll, intimidate them. To stop them from doing their job.' Extract,Tony Hall's speech on
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PressReader Mar 27
"Any business that brings content sources together needs to be underpinned by a model that is profitable and sustainable for publishers too." Our CEO on and how PressReader built a business with 7,000 newspapers and magazines.
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Bill Morse May 14
Replying to @MattGarrahan
So I guess the is !
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Ray Bordogna May 31
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Jeanmarie Evelly May 17
A few of ' investigative reporting youth interns, who wrapped up their final day of the program yesterday. The story they worked on will be published in the coming weeks. Congrats! 🎓
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Free Press Action May 28
New Zealand: Eight reporters will be recruited to report local news around the country under a new scheme created by the Newspaper Publishers Association, RNZ and the government's broadcasting funding agency New Zealand on Air (NZOA).
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Tim Walker Mar 21
'Today, so many journalists face threats online, simply for reporting on opinions that others might not want to hear.' I hope might heed Lord Hall's speech on and be nicer from now on to .
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Matt 🍔 Apr 11
Replying to @ianhillmedia
My second newspaper job was at the Fang-family owned SF Independent. They later bought the Examiner. Then they bought the flintstone house.
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tchop Jan 16
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acciyo Jun 18
The news media may well be broken — these LA startups want to help fix it >> by
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Rav Singh Sandhu Jun 19
Check out what we learnt from the Digital News Report
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Dolan O'Hagan May 22
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Elisa Tassoni Feb 14
Exciting and challenging hackaton as ambassador - designing the personalization together with within the - credits to
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Dr David D-Gyimah Apr 4
1/7 Just how and when did the become a veritable industry? Is it fear of being technologically left behind that drives audiences to conferences, and while they're have been advances, why does journalism still fail in several areas to reflect what's on the ground?
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Rebekah Smyth Mar 8
Loved being a part of this panel talk and meeting all the wonderfully bright MA Journalism students at !
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