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In March, Hromadske Radio — one of Ukraine’s few nonprofit radio stations — faced an issue: Citizens in the country didn’t care much about COVID-19.Despite widespread coverage … more
There’s a corner of The New York Times newsroom unlike anywhere else in the building. Each desk is covered in piles of books, galleys and bound manuscripts. Boxes filled with pages waiting to … more
In a nutshell: Koncentrat developed a TV show that aired online and on regional television stations to help inform students about key media literacy concepts.When Denmark’s schools closed in … more
The coronavirus pandemic has forced news organisations across the world to move to a distributed newsroom model. During WAN-IFRA’s World Media Leaders eSummit, panelists shared insights on how … more
In a nutshell: A data visualization landing page combining the best of Átlátszó’s data journalism and investigative stories not published elsewhere saw traffic more than … more
In the months ahead, you will be covering bankruptcy cases involving names you could never have imagined you would find in this spot. It is time to take a few minutes to get tuned up for the stories … more
With a dizzying amount of information being reported and amplified during the pandemic, it’s no surprise that roughly half of Americans say that they do not trust traditional news sources to … more
Every morning, I open up the Tampa Bay Times on my phone and scan the headlines on my way to the same place – the latest Florida coronavirus data by ZIP code.I hold my breath, type in my ZIP … more
In a nutshell: More than 1,000 explainer articles, a host of in-depth podcasts and a database of medical experts aided this Spanish nonprofit in combating fast-traveling falsehoods. Spain was one … more
“During COVID-19 we are proving the case that a lot of women have thought all along – that remote workspaces, being outside of the newsroom, working on schedules that work for us and for … more
In a nutshell: Increasing the number of fact-checks and building a new browser-based tool helped Istinomer combat politicians and other Serbian media intent on bending the truth. Many Serbians … more
In our inaugural Executive Program in News Innovation and Leadership cohort, we are proud of the 16 journalism and media leaders who are focused on leading, strategizing and innovating within the … more
Living in San Francisco, I have a lot of news sources to find out how the coronavirus is affecting my community. There’s the main San Francisco Chronicle website and app, which has provided … more
Digital publisher The Local quickly became a focal point for English speakers across Europe when cases of the coronavirus were discovered. Retired expats, young professionals working abroad, regular visitors and those with second homes in European … more
Local news outlets are working hard to keep the digital subscribers they’ve gained from COVID-19 coverage, and they’re seeing encouraging signs that the newcomers are sticking with them in these turbulent times. As news outlets shift away from … more
The global COVID-19 pandemic is putting the journalism profession's ideas about digital news innovation to the test, said New York Times National Editor Mark Lacey. For years, newsrooms have talked about being more innovative. "We've been talking … more
Life in quarantine has its challenges: figuring out how to work, study, keep a daily routine and be productive, to name a few. But not everyone experiences quarantine the same way. Some people live in vulnerable conditions, and quarantine makes … more
Like many media organizations in France, Mediacités spent the early part of 2020 preparing its coverage of upcoming local elections. But when the pandemic hit, the site—which covers four major French cities—pivoted to doing public service … more
BBC Global News, the BBC’s commercially funded international news platform, is not alone in experiencing record global traffic online and on TV during March. But the scale of its operation—4,000 global journalists with 60 international bureaux … more
India, which entered the fourth phase of the world’s largest lockdown on May 18, continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, a diverse set of stakeholders has taken on an increasingly worrying trend of misinformation and fake news … more
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