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Need to Know: February 22, 2021

How alumni can support student newspapers, a day in the life of an ‘audience journalist,’ and Canada will ask Facebook to pay for news

Need to Know: February 19, 2021

A new method for mapping local news, how to help readers stay civically engaged, and fact-checking could use some humor

Need to Know: February 18, 2021

How to make a ‘hotline’ for reader questions, a newsletter-first growth strategy, and Google is forced to pay for news

Block Club Chicago’s coronavirus hotline connects readers with questions to reporters with answers

People have questions. Journalists have answers. But it can be surprisingly difficult to connect the two. Someone wondering, for example, what COVID-19 testing options are available in their neighborhood can easily miss that story from their local news source, and they probably won’t go digging around on its website to find it. Helpful information can […]

Need to Know: February 17, 2021

How to be clear about anonymous sourcing, Baltimore Sun to be acquired by nonprofit, and reporting with — not on — audiences

Need to Know: February 16, 2021

Accountability suffers as newspapers close, does engaged journalism help the bottom line, and partnering for content audits

Need to Know: February 12, 2021

Creating a ‘welcome kit’ for new residents, more digital media outlets are unionizing, and building an ‘empathetic newsroom’

Need to Know: February 11, 2021

New opportunities for grant funding, texting your readers, and a better approach to mugshots

Need to Know: February 10, 2021

Keep a ‘fairness checklist’ on your site, the live post makes a comeback, and help readers distinguish opinion from news

Need to Know: February 9, 2021

A partnership to translate vaccine reporting, how to involve your audience in fact-checking, and thank you to API’s 2020 collaborators