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News organizations across the United States are lifting paywalls to share coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, a public service many hope will convince more readers to eventually become paying customers. At the same time, the societal shutdown … more
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Your kids and spouse are probably home, you hope to get to the supermarket today, and oh yeah, you still need to make a living during a pandemic that’s grinding everyone and everything to a … more
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a non-profit organization that supports independent global journalism, is seeking proposals that develop innovative approaches to reporting on the novel … more
Originally recorded live on March 18, 2020, this webinar offers guidance for local agencies and media companies on how to serve local businesses in times of crisis. The webinar describes how to help … more
Journalists are working around the clock to provide readers with comprehensive, up-to-date reporting on the COVID-19 global pandemic. Much of this coverage is focused on the reality of the … more
Your kids and spouse are probably home, you hope to get to the supermarket today, and oh yeah, you still need to make a living during a pandemic that’s grinding everyone and everything to a halt. While we are lucky enough to be able to work … more
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a non-profit organization that supports independent global journalism, is seeking proposals that develop innovative approaches to reporting on the novel coronavirus crisis using collaboration among … more
Originally recorded live on March 18, 2020, this webinar offers guidance for local agencies and media companies on how to serve local businesses in times of crisis. The webinar describes how to help local marketers as they struggle with declining … more
On Wednesday, INMA Researcher-In-Residence Grzegorz (Greg) Piechota hosted a members-only Webinar to discuss the best practices to speed the acquisition of news subscribers, increase revenue, and … more
One week ago, America's great shutdown began in earnest. None of us have experienced anything quite like this before. The shock is still sinking in. So here are three sets of questions about the … more
Journalists are working around the clock to provide readers with comprehensive, up-to-date reporting on the COVID-19 global pandemic. Much of this coverage is focused on the reality of the crisis—what is happening, what can be expected, and new … more
On Wednesday, INMA Researcher-In-Residence Grzegorz (Greg) Piechota hosted a members-only Webinar to discuss the best practices to speed the acquisition of news subscribers, increase revenue, and delay churn—but, like any discussion these days, … more
Reader worry – and work from home policies – are driving a surge in news consumption about the coronavirus, with pageviews up 30% year over year, according to Parsely data. But … more
One week ago, America's great shutdown began in earnest. None of us have experienced anything quite like this before. The shock is still sinking in. So here are three sets of questions about the government's response; the news media's coverage; and … more
Reader worry – and work from home policies – are driving a surge in news consumption about the coronavirus, with pageviews up 30% year over year, according to Parsely data. But publishers face a tough choice when it comes to using this reader … more
As hospitals around the country fear running out of beds and equipment to treat patients, many of us want to know: How will our local hospitals deal with this crisis? ProPublica launched a tool that … more
It’s not unusual for newspaper owners to have, well, other interests. In the old days of family ownership, it was common for the publisher’s kid to go off to have a different career for a few … more
As hospitals around the country fear running out of beds and equipment to treat patients, many of us want to know: How will our local hospitals deal with this crisis? ProPublica launched a tool that allows you to look up how patients with COVID-19 … more
It’s not unusual for newspaper owners to have, well, other interests. In the old days of family ownership, it was common for the publisher’s kid to go off to have a different career for a few years before Pops handed him the reins. More … more
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