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Need to Know: May 6, 2022

Weekly roundup – Personalizing the homepage, rethinking public safety coverage, and how journalists perceive on-the-job harassment

Need to Know: May 5, 2022

Rethinking public safety stories, harassment as ‘part of the job,’ and the NY Times’ Wordle payoff

Need to Know: May 4, 2022

Lee’s layoffs, life without the BBC, and steps for creating a more diverse newsroom

API is hiring a Web Applications Engineer

The Web Applications Engineer is a member of the Product Strategy team at the American Press Institute. The Engineer supports the technical development of API’s news products. The current product portfolio includes the audience tools Metrics for News and Source Matters, and the Web Applications Engineer will help ensure the tools operate reliably and meet […]

Need to Know: May 3, 2022

Journalists band together amid threats, Le Monde’s English play, and the billionaires who control media

Need to Know: May 2, 2022

Publishers try homepage personalization, a new focus on the funnel in Philly, and a prize for freelancers

Need to Know: April 29, 2022

Weekly roundup — API is hiring, using push notifications to drive subscriptions, and Elon Musk’s plans for Twitter

Need to Know: April 28, 2022

The power of conflict avoidance in closed apps, Europe seeks to curb SLAPP suits, and a guide for covering sexual assaults

API is hiring an Administrative Assistant

The American Press Institute is hiring an Administrative Assistant who will provide general administrative support to the API team to ensure operations function smoothly.  The position will report to the Vice President, Communications and Operations.   API is a nonprofit organization based in Arlington, VA, that leads and inspires innovation in the news industry. Foremost, we […]

Need to Know: April 27, 2022

Chicago Reader owner steps aside, The WaPo weather team grades itself, and the money/mission paradox