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How Millennials get their news

A new comprehensive study shows this newest generation of American adults is anything but “newsless,” passive, or civically uninterested.

The study — a product of our Media Insight Project partnership — looks closely at how young people learn about the world on these different devices and platforms, and the findings contradict some of the conventional wisdom.

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New fact-checking research

Political fact-checking is growing and influential, but less popular among GOP readers

The amount of fact-checking journalism produced in the United States is increasing dramatically, and while there are limits to its persuasiveness, it is a measurably effective tool for correcting political misinformation among voters.

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The business value of copy editing

Audiences can tell when an article isn’t carefully edited, and it affects their perceptions about the news and their willingness to pay for it.

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Metrics for News

This API program helps publishers build an empirical, data-informed news strategy through custom-built content analysis software, new journalism metrics and innovative audience surveys.

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Good Questions Q & A’s

How to keep readers coming back for more: 10 good questions with Nir Eyal, author of Hooked

Much of a news organization’s desire to grow audiences, and particularly subscribers, depends upon getting people to come back, over and over. But what is it that makes products habit-forming? We spoke to Eyal about how publishers can apply cycles of actions and rewards to news products.