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Need to Know: December 7, 2022

Sending newspapers via postal delivery, API is hiring a web applications engineer, and whether The Twitter Files constitute journalism

Need to Know: December 6, 2022

Readers of climate news find it empowering, noncommercial radio stations excel at diversity, and Al Día plans to go national

API is hiring a Web Applications Engineer

The Web Applications Engineer is a member of the Product Strategy team at the American Press Institute. This team works at the intersection of journalism and product to help news organizations navigate the needs of being effective, successful digital organizations. This new role is crucial as API enters a new era, seeking to better address […]

Need to Know: API Year in Review

As 2022 comes to a close, API is reflecting on the work we’ve done this year to support newsrooms in connecting with their communities and navigating industry challenges.

Need to Know: December 2, 2022

Weekly roundup — Layoffs and strikes across the industry, the missing perspectives of women in news, and Wordle’s editor draws ire

Need to Know: December 1, 2022

Need to Know: Antitrust claims against Google, state censorship in China, and how the business side of local news is evolving

Need to Know: November 30, 2022

The challenges women face in news leadership and coverage, Instagramming reporters’ day-to-day activities, and media

Need to Know: November 29, 2022

Media calls for U.S. to drop charges against Julian Assange, spam on Twitter obscures Chinese protests, and newsrooms go hybrid

Need to Know: November 23, 2022

Newspaper subscriptions on the rise, The Athletic to double women’s sports coverage, and how to discuss ‘the media’ during the holidays

Need to Know: November 22, 2022

Serving Indigenous communities, using games to teach about politics, and the growing harassment of student reporters