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Need to Know: August 30, 2021

How to write better headlines, why trauma reporting should include solutions, and how to design jobs for diverse hires

Need to Know: August 27, 2021

Weekly roundup — Good news about ‘news avoiders,’ a solutions-focused news collaboration, and the impact of wire content on local news

Need to Know: August 26, 2021

Covering an unusual return to school, bringing back the evening edition, and does news affect vaccine hesitancy

Need to Know: August 25, 2021

Is wire content helping or hurting local news, news avoiders versus news addicts, and what responsible vaccine debate looks like

Need to Know: August 24, 2021

Citizen reporters cover crime, how to squash disinformation, and people will donate to climate coverage

What can journalists do about the ‘Unreality Crisis’?

This is the fourth installment of a column from API Executive Director Tom Rosenstiel about the press and politics, culture and media ethics, technology and the search for sustainability for news. It is published in partnership with the Poynter Institute. Read the previous column here. The numbers are hard for some to fathom. More than six in […]

Need to Know: August 23, 2021

How journalists and academics can collaborate, trauma support for journalists, and how to boost student newsroom diversity

Need to Know: August 20, 2021

Weekly roundup — Rebuild trust with conservative audiences, how NPR tracks source diversity, and reads for the weekend

Need to Know: August 19, 2021

Are conflicts of interest still a conflict, limited data shouldn’t hinder decisions, and when influencers come for journalists

Need to Know: August 18, 2021

Twitter tests way to report misinformation, will more people pay for opinion newsletters, and how to make news less polarizing