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Need to Know: Oct. 29, 2021

Weekly roundup — Engaged journalism’s role in business models, spyware vulnerabilities for journalists, and inside the Facebook leak

Need to Know: October 28, 2021

How to incorporate history in local news, API partners with KPCC/LAist on engaged journalism program, and Trump’s letter

Need to Know: October 27, 2021

Fact-checking for subscribers, how to depoliticize coverage, and a way to fill “image deserts”

Need to Know: October 26, 2021

Starting a ‘meme team,’ when to fundraise with other news orgs, and evaluating sources’ power

Need to Know: October 25, 2021

How to cover systemic issues that can result in bias, the collaboration behind the Pandora Papers, and making podcasts visual

Need to Know: October 22, 2021

Weekly round-up — Reflect and serve new communities, new paths into news, and how audiences value fact vs. opinion

Welcome API’s new Table Stakes team member, Kamaria Roberts

The American Press Institute is excited to announce that Kamaria Roberts joined our team as Deputy Director of Local News Transformation on Monday, Oct. 18. In her role, Roberts will work with the Table Stakes Local News Transformation Program, an innovative yearlong change management program supported by the Knight-Lenfest Local News Transformation Fund. The Table […]

Need to Know: October 13, 2021

The case for fewer newsletters, new owners revive small Gannett papers, and the New York Times wants its own audio app

API is hiring a new Executive Director

The American Press Institute is seeking an Executive Director who will be a passionate and inspirational advocate for API’s work to advance an innovative and sustainable news industry. In partnership with the Board of Trustees, staff, and key external stakeholders, this person will build upon the organization’s momentum and strong foundation to lead its strategic […]

Need to Know: October 12, 2021

The Atlantic’s new model for newsletters, how to practice ‘deep listening,' and a network for climate journalists