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Need to Know: July 15, 2019

What kind of content you need for a paywall, how to make personalization non-creepy, and how listening leads to revenue

Need to Know: July 11, 2019

How to save subscribers from canceling, growing out of startup phase, and how ‘fake news’ laws can stifle free speech

Factually: Politicians co-opt fact-checking

Fact-checkers are used to spin from politicians. But now, some politicians around the world have started to mimic fact-checkers’ work to score points with voters. On Tuesday, the IFCN’s Cristina Tardáguila published a story about how the government of Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has created its own fact-checking operation. Launched by Notimex, a daily newswire service […]

Need to Know: July 11, 2019

States trying to invest in their local journalism, the sports-only subscription trend, and you're invited to take our reader survey

Need to Know: July 10, 2019

Interdisciplinary newsroom teams, sports rivalries are good for news collaboration, and Chrome’s built-in ad blocker is here

Need to Know: July 9, 2019

Reporters who can’t afford food, building civil discourse through events, and meet our Community Listening Fellows

Meet API’s 2019-20 community listening fellows

Ten journalists from news organizations across the country will receive support from the American Press Institute for year-long projects that help their newsrooms start more of their journalism from community listening. The journalists, or 2019-20 Community Listening Fellows, will receive in-person and remote training and support on how to employ listening strategies to inform their […]

Need to Know: July 8, 2019

New email series on retaining diverse staff, how to connect with readers at events, and making global climate change into local news

How newsroom leaders can retain diverse voices: Get email tips from API’s summer fellow Marlee Baldridge

My interest in newsroom diversity began as a selfish one. I grew up in a very small, rural town of less than 300 people with a very cynical view of local media. When reporters from the two city papers in Columbia, Mo., would venture out from city limits to cover us, they always seemed to […]

Factually: Harris debate performance triggers birtherism smears

Happy Independence Day to our U.S. readers! And Happy Thursday to everyone else! This newsletter has a global scope and reach because, as the IFCN’s sixth annual Global Fact-Checking Summit in Cape Town last month proved, fact-checkers around the world can learn from one another and build on and celebrate each other’s successes. Here in America […]