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Need to Know: March 23, 2023

Spotify’s unspent diversity fund, how to use audience surveys, and why readers want more community calendars

Need to Know: March 22, 2023

Negative headlines get more clicks, TikTok bans spread, and only 23% of top editors worldwide are people of color

Need to Know: March 21, 2023

TikTok used to spy on journalists, the plight of exiled reporters, and how the Coloradoan crowdsourced its opinion page

Understanding online violence against women and nonbinary journalists

Where to start For journalists: The Coalition Against Online Violence offers an online violence response hub that offers immediate support for a variety of scenarios including doxxing, problems with online accounts and receiving online abuse, as well as ways to prepare for online attacks. IWMF offers multilingual training for journalists, including courses on knowing your […]

Five tips for protecting yourself online

The arrival of social media led to opportunities for women journalists to share their work widely and to connect with new audiences, but it also made them more vulnerable to online abuse. While building their brand online, they inadvertently shared a significant amount of personal data about themselves. This data is now being used by […]

Need to Know: March 17, 2023

Weekly roundup — Defamation legislation, hyper-partisan politicians garner more coverage, and an inclusive guide to online safety

Need to Know: March 16, 2023

The impact of economic uncertainty on journalists, moving past using social media for traffic, and navigating difficult word choices

Need to Know: March 15, 2023

How to carefully report on bank runs, why EVs are ditching AM radio, and preparing for GA4 with API

Need to Know: March 14, 2023

Extreme politicians get more coverage than bipartisan colleagues, what Americans want to see in the media, and how Gannett guts local news

An inclusive guide to online safety

In today’s digital world, journalists’ careers often rely on their online presence. But newsrooms must also face the harsh reality that many women journalists endure near constant harassment, abuse and threats online.