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Covering the campaign during coronavirus: What journalists need to know

This is the second in a series of articles aimed at helping local news leaders and experts address misinformation and election integrity issues in the lead-up to November. The first, here, covered how news organizations can be transparent with audiences about fighting election-related misinformation.  Seven months before Election Day, the coronavirus has pushed the 2020 […]

Need to Know: April 20, 2020

How to find the uplifting news, explain your processes to readers, and public media's economic crisis

Need to Know: April 17, 2020

Coping with the emotional toll, local TV ad sales drop, and what to do with upcoming summer internships

Need to Know: April 16, 2020

How to ask for donations, coronavirus traffic spikes are ending, and prepare for a wave of voter suppression

Factually: Spain’s fact-checkers become a target

Sometimes it feels like the phrase “no good deed goes unpunished” was invented with fact-checkers in mind. This week, it applies to the ones in Spain. Not long after WhatsApp decided to limit message-forwarding in an effort to stem the spread of misinformation, supporters of Spain’s right-wing Vox party started a campaign of digital harassment […]

API provides listening fellows free access to remote engagement tools via ReachNC

To support its community listening fellows and their newsrooms during the coronavirus pandemic, the American Press Institute will adjust grant plans and pay for all fellows to access the listening and engagement tool suite, Reach. The move supports up to all 10 newsrooms in the API Community Listening Fellowship, a grant-funded project to help news […]

Need to Know: April 15, 2020

Journalists relearning their jobs as beats and conditions change, updating old news reports, and SCOTUS plans first-ever livestream

Need to Know: April 14, 2020

7 ways to experiment with COVID-19 coverage, managing your stress, and how glossy magazines are trying to adapt

Need to Know: April 13, 2020

28,000 journalism jobs affected by COVID-19, balancing stats and anecdotes, and avoiding stereotypes in virus coverage

Need to Know: April 10, 2020

How to debunk COVID misinformation, how to pivot content strategy in a crisis, and sports journalists find a new voice