News releases

Queens University, API host free March 1 lunch, discussion on politics and social issues

Queens University of Charlotte (N.C.) Knight School of Communication and the American Press Institute will hold a Super Tuesday event to discuss some of the most divisive and difficult topics in this year’s presidential election. REGISTER HERE   Community activists and journalists who cover them will discuss their roles in examining social issues such as […]

Fact-checking session to be presented at the N.Y. Press Association convention in April

The American Press Institute will hold a session on fact-checking, politics and accountability journalism at the New York Press Association annual spring convention and trade show. The organization represents more than 750 newspapers across New York State. Attending the event will be including community press editors, publishers, and reporters, as well as photographers, advertising managers, graphic […]

American Press Institute’s fact-checking event schedule

Want to know more about politics, fact-checking and accountability journalism? Through its Fact-Checking Project, the American Press Institute organizes and participates in training, workshops and conferences aimed at improving and expanding fact-checking, especially as we approach the 2016 elections. Click on the links below for information about an event near you, and check back often […]

LSU’s journalism school to host event on politics, fact-checking and elections

Louisiana State University’s Manship School of Mass Communication and the American Press Institute will hold “Just the Facts: A boot camp on accountability journalism,” a day-long workshop on fact-checking, politics and elections on Saturday, March 12, at the journalism school’s Holliday Forum. Register here. Presenters include keynote speaker Adam Chodikoff, the Daily Show’s senior researcher, producer […]

Loyola University, American Press Institute sponsor “Truth, Lies and Election 2016” event in Chicago

Join journalists, students, faculty and community members on Friday, Feb. 12, 2016, at Loyola University in Chicago for an in-depth session on investigating and understanding political rhetoric — particularly as we approach the 2016 elections.  “Truth, Lies and Election 2016: A Fact-Checking Boot Camp” is sponsored by Loyola and the American Press Institute as part of […]

Register now for fact-checking workshop at the University of Oregon

  Journalists, community members, students and faculty will gather at the George S. Turnbull Portland Center at the University of Oregon on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016, for workshops designed to improve knowledge, skills and understanding of fact-checking and accountability journalism — particularly as we approach the 2016 elections. The event is sponsored in part by the […]

Digital transformation of major newsrooms focus of new Temple University project supported by $1.3 million from Knight Foundation

The Dallas Morning News, the Philadelphia Media Network and the Miami Herald to participate in the Knight-Temple Table Stakes Project Philadelphia — Oct. 19, 2015 — Temple University’s School of Media and Communication will launch a project that brings together respected news organizations to act as testing grounds for new mobile and digital practices with $1.3 […]

New report: News organization culture shift essential to propelling innovation

Research identifies practical steps to advance newsroom transformation in the digital age ARLINGTON, Va. (May 27, 2015) — A report released today by the American Press Institute sheds new light on how news organizations can foster the adoption of new tools, business models, storytelling and other forms of innovation. Supported by the John S. and James […]

Poynter and the American Press Institute team up to offer Digital Storytelling Summit for Washington D.C.-area college students

Students will learn key skill sets to navigate the digital media environment, expand networking opportunities and share ideas WASHINGTON, D.C. — Poynter, a global leader in journalism education, and the American Press Institute are partnering to host a comprehensive Digital Storytelling Summit to teach college students advanced skills for today’s digital news environment and to provide […]

The American Press Institute, The Associated Press and NORC at the University of Chicago announce new research initiative

The Media Insight Project will focus on understanding changing news audiences WASHINGTON, DC — The American Press Institute (API), The Associated Press and NORC at the University of Chicago announced today that they have formed a new joint research initiative to better understand news audiences. The new program will be called the Media Insight Project […]