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Plagiarised digital copies of some of South Africa’s leading weekly newspapers started making the rounds the first weekend after the country went into a strict COVID-19 lockdown at the end of … more
On March 3, I watched developing coverage of the first confirmed case of community-spread covid-19 in New York City. Ten days later I began to show symptoms of covid-19. I was hospitalized. In the … more
Public opinion polls show that although the TV audience is shrinking – dramatically so among younger generations – 73 percent of Russians still say they tune in to broadcast news. As the … more
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
In light of COVID-19, people are overwhelmed with news of the virus — both globally and locally. As media companies, you have a vital role to provide information, updates and distractions to your audience. While people are saturated with news from so many sources, email is critical as it’s the only message you can guarantee your audience will receive. Check out these email tips around COVID-19 from Second Street. more
“Post Helping Hand has raised more than one million dollars for charities in our community. It is our hope that our readers will now join us to support those across the country who have been hardest hit by this Covid-19 crisis,” said Frederick J. Ryan Jr., CEO and publisher of The Post. “Together with these organizations, we can help ensure no one is left hungry due to this pandemic.” more
Newspapers in the company’s markets from Hawaii to Ohio can apply for the grants to help them recover from the devastating loss of business caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The staff of The Sumter (South Carolina) Item is doing daily Zoom calls with community leaders to keep the Sumter community informed — in real time — about the coronavirus crisis locally. Members of the community are invited to register to attend the live virtual shows and also have access to recordings of the show afterwards on the paper's Facebook page. more
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