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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

Thank you to these 2020 collaborators for strengthening journalism

2020 was a hinge moment in American history and for journalism. As the year passes, we wanted to take a moment to thank those with whom we were fortunate enough to collaborate. If fact-based journalism is to survive and serve democracy, it will owe much to the expertise, dedication, insight, leadership and passion of those […]

Need to Know: February 8, 2021

How texting can engage subscribers, how the media plays into extreme politics, and could lawsuits help fight election disinformation

Need to Know: February 5, 2021

Branded content was an effective revenue generator in 2020, NPR launches investigations team, and weekend reads

Need to Know: February 4, 2021

A news startup pivots, explain sponsored content, and the trend of using databases to share more diverse sources

Need to Know: February 3, 2021

Explain any changes to national political coverage, a collaboration to cover Super Bowl LV, and using Instagram to boost subscriptions

Need to Know: February 2, 2021

Is keeping comments worth it, a free app to help journalists track local government, and a new approach to politics reporting

Need to Know: February 1, 2021

Less polarizing opinion sections, how newsgathering has changed during COVID-19, and equitable climate reporting

How a small-town paper is applying conflict mediation skills to its opinion content

Editor’s Note: The American Press Institute is exploring how news organizations are reimagining opinion journalism to support constructive conversations in their communities. This essay by Julie Hart, digital editor for The Laconia Daily Sun in Laconia, New Hampshire, follows a series of 2019 essays and summit. *** Our small, community newspaper in rural New Hampshire has always stuck […]