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Need to Know: June 30, 2020

Who might buy McClatchy and Tribune, ways TV news can earn trust on air, and why mistakes shouldn’t lead to canceled subscriptions

Need to Know: June 29, 2020

Is your state ready for November, overcoming systemic racism in newsrooms, and most Americans say news orgs don't understand them

The primaries so far: Are states ready for November?

The 2020 primaries so far in states like Wisconsin and Pennsylvania have shown a lack of readiness for voting in a pandemic. Many states are, at the same time, implementing new rules or laws, meaning voters and elections officials were already dealing with change before the health crisis hit. Journalists, advocates and policymakers are all […]

Need to Know: June 26, 2020

Conservative media makes the pandemic worse, raise funds for local news beats, and stopping the spread of outdated stories

Factually: Global Fact 7 Update

We’re halfway through (virtual) Global Fact 7, which was initially slated for three days this week in Oslo, Norway. But like all things, COVID-19 changed that. So the world’s fact-checkers are spending five days talking shop and talking about the future from wherever a stable internet connection can be found. This year’s conference features over 150 […]

Need to Know: June 25, 2020

What 'objectivity' should really look like, using news archives to examine social progress, and Google will pay for some news content

Need to Know: June 24, 2020

Digital replicas of print editions are having a moment, five ways to address reader fatigue, and mapping local news investments

Need to Know: June 23, 2020

The rise of independent journalists, hanging up posters for engagement, and the fuzzy line between news and opinion

Need to Know: June 22, 2020

Capitalizing the word Black, rethinking 'police said' reporting, and how creative print designs are rising to the moment

Need to Know: June 19, 2020

Publishers respond to racial equity movement, journalist opinions on social media, and corporate changes coming at Gannett and Tribune