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Need to Know: Jan. 14, 2020

Culture-killing phrases to avoid in your newsroom, swapping iPads for print editions, and many tricky ethical judgments in Iran coverage

Need to Know: Jan. 13, 2020

Foundation funding for nonprofit journalism, loss of local news is a bipartisan issue, and lawsuits over gender pay gap in media

Need to Know: Jan. 10, 2020

Reporters tracking subscription conversions, creating a citizens’ agenda for campaign coverage, and how Slack is enabling unionization

Factually: Our 2020 Forecast

Happy New Year! With the start of 2020, we’ve been thinking about what the year might bring to the misinformation and fact-checking world. Of course, hoaxers, manipulators and propagandists will come up with new techniques. And we also expect a new intensity of misinformation, especially around the U.S. election. There will still not be enough […]

Need to Know: Jan. 9, 2020

Twitter to let users manage replies, how to spark team creativity by embracing uncertainty, and mapping local news in a region

Need to Know: Jan. 8, 2020

5 business models to watch, how bots are destroying political discourse, and publishers may unite to negotiate with platforms

Need to Know: Jan. 7, 2020

News outlets swear off polls and horserace coverage, covering the Iran conflict, and creative newsroom-library collaborations

Need to Know: Jan. 6, 2020

A talent crisis in local news, online media job growth, and how to use constructive journalism to engage audiences

API welcomes new staff to expand the Local News Transformation Program

The American Press Institute is pleased to announce the addition of three new full-time staff members: Emily Ristow, Larry Graham and Tricia Cantor. In their respective roles, Emily, Larry and Tricia will direct and support the expansion of the Local News Transformation Program, more commonly known as Table Stakes. The Knight-Lenfest Local News Transformation Fund […]

Need to Know: Jan. 3, 2020

Last chance to apply for our internship, how to use a Customer Lifetime Value metric, and a trend of ‘speculative journalism’