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Need to Know: September 14, 2022

Young people’s relationship with news, interviewing people with complicated views, and disinformation spreads via SMS

Connect with API at ONA 2022

The American Press Institute is pleased to participate in the 2022 Online News Association conference in Los Angeles as a Gold Sponsor. Connect with API staff and partners in person and online. Attend sessions we’re speaking at Wednesday, September 21 2:30 pm PT: Build Your Newsroom Strategy for Connecting With Communities of Color Joy Mayer, […]

Need to Know: September 13, 2022

How to report on international crimes, why news consumers experience crisis fatigue, and the perils of “both sides” journalism

Need to Know: September 12, 2022

Political advertisers are avoiding social media, using tech to report on the Amazon, and API at ONA

Need to Know: September 9, 2022

Weekly roundup — County official arrested for Vegas reporter’s murder, converting TikTok users into readers, and videos boost engagement

Need to Know: September 8, 2022

Twitter expands its crowdsourcing program, the enduring success of Bloomberg, and CNN’s definition of ‘objectivity’

Need to Know: September 7, 2022

Need to Know: Yahoo adds credibility ratings to its articles, converting TikTok users into readers, and the dangers of doomscrolling

Need to Know: September 6, 2022

The growth of the slow journalism movement, cutting down on polarizing news, and building a modern reporter’s notebook

Need to Know: September 2, 2022

Weekly roundup — Gannett lays off 400 employees, Twitter’s new customizable cards, and how Gen Z is getting its news

Need to Know: September 1, 2022

Student journalists aren’t getting credit, British journalists on strike, and how The Salt Lake Tribune is reaching a national audience