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Need to Know: January 20, 2022

A $20 million news investment in Houston, NPR develops a new standards handbook, and a surge in newsroom unionization

Need to Know: January 19, 2022

A global trust problem, lessons from a Kansas City startup, and the limits of fact-checking

Need to Know: January 18, 2022

Interviewing people dealing with trauma, avoiding police violence jargon, and the hype surrounding startups

Need to Know: January 14, 2022

Weekly roundup — Reasons to be optimistic about news in 2022, Chicago’s ‘local news rebirth,’ and meet API’s new executive director

Need to Know: January 13, 2022

How to talk about photo editing, the state of press freedom in the U.S., and fact-checkers press YouTube on misinformation

Need to Know: January 12, 2022

API’s new executive director, how protests influence police reporting, and the pandemic’s effect on science literacy

American Press Institute Announces New Executive Director and CEO, Michael D. Bolden

The American Press Institute, an affiliate of the News Media Alliance dedicated to helping news publishers navigate and adapt to organizational and industry change to sustain journalism, today announced it has hired Michael D. Bolden as its new Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer. Bolden, currently the director of culture and operations at the San […]

Need to Know: January 11, 2022

Media leaders’ optimism, ideas for navigating newsroom change, and a divisive meme goes viral

Welcome API’s new Metrics for News team member, Shay Totten

The American Press Institute is excited to announce that Shay Totten has joined our team as Newsroom Success Manager. In his role, Totten will work with the Metrics for News team, supporting publishers in their use of analytics to inform content strategy. Metrics for News is a product of the American Press Institute. The highly […]

Need to Know: January 10, 2022

Reporters restricted in the Iowa Senate, the impact of The Athletic’s sale on local news, and Americans’ views on free speech