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Need to Know: September 14, 2020

Apply for free fundraising training, bringing the ‘citizens’ agenda’ to a debate, and how sportswriters are doing their jobs from afar

Need to Know: September 11, 2020

Diversify audiences through partnerships, modernizing public-notice ads, and how to find new readers in Facebook groups

Need to Know: September 10, 2020

Assess your subscriber retention practices, funding for news about voting, and daily ways you can improve diversity

Factually: Transparency emerges as a common theme in the debate over content moderation

This week brought two new visions for how to reform Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. The law, which shields large tech companies from legal liability for content posted by third parties on their platforms, has drawn fire from politicians in both parties. Senate Republicans put forward a bill that would curtail a tech company’s […]
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Job posting: UI/UX Designer for API’s Metrics for News

API is looking for an experienced freelance UX/UI designer or design firm to help with a new product feature in an existing news analytics platform. In this project, the designer will work with API to design a new feature for Metrics for News, a strategic tool that enables newsrooms to simplify data and act on […]

Need to Know: September 9, 2020

Create an FAQ about your elections coverage, tips to avoid polarizing audiences, and news orgs aren’t blaming climate change

Need to Know: September 8, 2020

Engaging immigrant audiences on WhatsApp, QAnon is a ‘collective delusion,’ and The Courier Journal reflects on its protest coverage

Need to Know: September 4, 2020

Voters’ roundtable shapes local coverage, saying ‘without evidence’ isn’t good enough, and unexpected funders can help local news

Need to Know: September 3, 2020

How to form a community advisory board, get more from SaaS products, and ethics training should start in j-school

Factually: On fact-checking and fruitlessness

The remarkable performance of CNN’s Daniel Dale after the Republican National Convention last week – where in three minutes he summarily debunked 21 of President Donald Trump’s falsehoods – brought fresh attention to the art of fact-checking. It was, wrote the Washington Post’s Margaret Sullivan, “a tour de force of fact-checking that left CNN anchor Anderson Cooper looking […]