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When COVID-19 began to spread across the United States earlier this year, local journalists were on frontlines reporting on the virus. From Santa Fe, New Mexico to Columbus, Georgia, local newsrooms … more
There have been 426 (at the time of writing) cases of press freedom violations worldwide linked to covid-19 reporting.That is according a tracker created by the International Press Institute (IPI), … more
After nearly six months away, staffers at the Annapolis, Md.-based Capital Gazette came back to the office on Labor Day. However, they weren’t there to return to their desks. Instead, they came … more
COVID-19 has devastated the world in less than a year, killing nearly 900,000 people and infecting more than 27 million. Loved ones are left behind to grieve their loss at the hands of a virus that … more
Since the coronavirus began to spread in the United States, journalists covering K-12 education have been on the front lines, following the zigzagging story of school closures and how local and state … more
Professional sports leagues have returned, each in its unusual arrangement to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. That means reporters are back to covering live competition. The work is not quite … more
I was in rural Guatemala following the lives of former migrants when the pandemic hit like a sledgehammer.I’d spent the past two years as a freelance foreign correspondent, covering mostly … 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
Shortly before Joe Vardon started covering last year's NBA playoffs, the sports journalist took his family to Walt Disney World.Now, more than a year later, Vardon is back in Orlando, Florida — … more
A pandemic-caused recession has led to massive disruptions in publishers’ revenue streams. That paired with nation-wide calls for systematic changes has media companies reconsidering how … more
Many newsrooms across the U.S. will be quieter places when journalists return to their workplace after the coronavirus lockdowns end.COVID-19 has ripped through the industry. In the United States … more
For the past six months, journalists have been on the frontline of reporting on the covid-19 pandemic. They had to quickly adapt to new rules, safety protocols, lockdown measures or travel bans. Some … more
At the height of the coronavirus pandemic a few months ago, advertisers owed BuzzFeed around $100 million in payments from the fourth quarter, almost one-third of the company’s revenue for last … more
Many readers of Journalist’s Resource fall into one of two camps: hardworking journalists and hardworking academics. Recently, in hopes of providing an opportunity for the two groups to learn … more
On Sunday, Richard A. Oppel Jr., Robert Gebeloff, K.K. Rebecca Lai, Will Wright, and Mitch Smith, of the New York Times, published the most comprehensive analysis we’ve yet seen of the … more
Bemoaning uneven individual and state compliance with public health recommendations, top U.S. COVID-19 adviser Anthony Fauci recently blamed the country’s ineffective pandemic response on an … more
In a wide-ranging conversation touching on many major newsroom topics, Roula Khalaf, the Editor of the Financial Times, told Jane Barrett of Reuters, and the global online audience for WAN-IFRA’s World Media Leaders eSummit, how the FT has been … more
In this op-ed contribution, Md. Tajdin Hassan, head of marketing at The Daily Star, the largest circulating English-language daily in Bangladesh, describes the founding and efforts of “Mission Save Bangladesh,” to use a philanthropic approach … 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
Ahead of next week's World Media Leaders eSummit, we asked leading news media analyst Ken Doctor five questions to gauge his take on how the industry is reshaped by the pandemic. Doctor, a columnist at Nieman Journalism Lab with his renowned … more
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