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Need to Know: June 9, 2020

Allowing reporters to protest, community forums through live video, and newspapers are more responsive to backlashes now

Need to Know: June 8, 2020

The role of a journalist right now, how to increase trust during protest coverage, and sportswriter layoffs at the Athletic

Need to Know: June 5, 2020

Journalists of color tire of shouldering the newsroom's burden, should protest photos show faces, and why you need a labor beat now

Factually: Helping people fact-check on their own

Fact-checkers and other journalists who work to debunk misinformation spend most of their time arming people with the facts. In recent weeks, we’ve also seen them arm people with strategies to root out the falsehoods on their own. The “infodemic” surrounding COVID-19 had already pushed fact-checkers to capacity. The killing of George Floyd while in […]

Need to Know: June 4, 2020

Furloughed reporters get recalled, NYT staff revolts over op-ed, and the weight of reporting while Black

How female TV journalists deal with the emotional toll of harassment

This piece is part of API’s Research Review series, which highlights academic research that could be relevant and useful to the news industry. We also hope that this series will spark ideas among academics with an interest in researching the news. Harassment of female television journalists – both online and offline – happens frequently, often daily. Most […]

Need to Know: June 3, 2020

Share your humanity when reporting on protests, how your passive language obscures police violence, and how to apologize for bias

Need to Know: June 2, 2020

Curfew orders restrict journalists, free analytics for elections coverage, and don't skimp on performance reviews during COVID-19

Apply for free access to improve your 2020 elections coverage using API’s Metrics for News

The American Press Institute has built a special analytics tool that will help newsrooms better understand how their communities are engaging with their 2020 elections coverage and is making the tool available at no cost for up to to 60 newsrooms from now through November. The special elections-focused dashboards are a new feature of API’s […]

New grant will allow API to help newsrooms better understand and refine their coverage of the 2020 elections

Support from Craig Newmark Philanthropies will provide a special version of API’s advanced Metrics for News app free to 60 publishers. The American Press Institute today announced it received a grant of $176,400 from Craig Newmark Philanthropies to help news organizations more effectively cover the 2020 elections. The grant will enable API to build special […]