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Need to Know: August 12, 2022

Weekly roundup — The Axios deal and local news, a Florida reporter’s Mar-a-Lago scoop, and a nonprofit launch in Kansas City

API is hiring a part-time Audience Engagement Trainer

The American Press Institute is hiring a part-time audience engagement and training contractor with some web development knowledge to support dozens of news organizations who use API’s products, including Metrics for News and Source Matters, from now through January. These products help news organizations better understand their audiences through data. Metrics for News is our […]

Need to Know: August 11, 2022

The problem with paid obituaries, the enduring appeal of puzzles, and why more news outlets are turning to service journalism

Guiding people to practical information: Key takeaways from experiments in ‘service journalism’

Service journalism is having a moment. Newsrooms large and small are discovering — and in some cases, rediscovering — that they can find traction in giving consumers practical information, on subjects ranging from voting to student debt to COVID-19, in a confusing world. With midterm elections approaching, economic concerns multiplying and the pandemic grinding onward, […]

Need to Know: August 10, 2022

The NYT’s ad expansion, how Meta money boosts Axios and other D.C. pubs, and using contact forms to build trust

Need to Know: August 9, 2022

The Axios-Cox deal, a call for more diverse newsroom leadership, and API welcomes Samantha Ragland

American Press Institute names Samantha Ragland Vice President of Journalism Programs

Samantha Ragland, an experienced journalist, educator and digital strategist, will join the American Press Institute as Vice President of Journalism Programs. Ragland is currently a member of the faculty at The Poynter Institute for Media Studies where she also serves as director of the Leadership Academy for Women in Media. “Samantha is an accomplished journalist, […]

Need to Know: August 8, 2022

The GOP is shutting out reporters, building digital readiness, and why the Alex Jones verdict won’t stop misinformation

Need to Know: August 5, 2022

Weekly roundup — A strike at Reuters, media companies’ quarterly results, and a potential new model for news ownership

Need to Know: August 4, 2022

The evolution of newsletters, helping survivors deal with media attention, and the fight for Facebook ad data