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Mark Coddington / Nieman Lab:
Circa's atomization of news in storylines created a broader structure and view of news, issues   —  One thing we can learn from Circa: A broader way to think about structured news  —  The collective response to the mobile news app Circa's shutdown on Wednesday has largely cast …
Jun 28, 2015, 3:30 AM - In context

Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Bill Adair and a team of Duke students test a database-driven, structured journalism approach to covering news in New York City about Uber, police, and housing   —  “Learning to write again”: A Duke team tests a new way of reporting on New York City government
Jun 27, 2015, 1:10 AM - In context

Jane Elizabeth / American Press Institute:
Q&A with Upworthy's standards chief Matt Savener on the evolution and importance of its fact-checking process   —  What happens when a curation site emphasizes fact-checking? 5 good questions with Matt Savener of Upworthy  —  Upworthy defines itself as a curation site for “compelling …
Jun 11, 2015, 2:30 PM - In context

Martha Hamilton / American Journalism Review:
Collaboration grows among newsrooms due to economic necessity, need for multiplatform skills   —  All Together Now: News Partnerships Increase in Digital Age  —  At any gathering of newspaper veterans of a certain age - and many of them are at funerals nowadays - you'll hear simultaneous laments for the …
May 23, 2015, 7:25 PM - In context

Brooks Jackson / FactCheck.org:
Three new studies show most readers value fact-checking, practice is increasing, and rating systems are popular   —  Fact-Checking Is More Popular than Politicians  —  New research shows that the public views political fact-checking journalism — the sort of thing we do here — far more favorably than it does most politicians.
Apr 25, 2015, 11:20 PM - In context

Jonathan Stray / Nieman Lab:
Editorial products that haven't been built: what readers can do, moderation for hard discussions, good personalized news, systematic government coverage, more   —  Take two steps back from journalism: What are the editorial products we're not building?  —  The traditional goal of news is to say what just happened.
Mar 4, 2015, 11:55 PM - In context

T.R. Goldman / Columbia Journalism Review:
The Tampa Bay Times, with a distinguished history and multiple Pulitzers, must achieve financial stability and accelerate its digital transition to survive   —  What will happen to the Tampa Bay Times?  —  They are barely noticeable on the cream-colored wall of the seventh floor executive suite …
Mar 4, 2015, 11:00 AM - In context

Angie Drobnic Holan / PolitiFact:
PolitiFact California to launch this summer on more than 30 radio stations   —  Coming soon: PolitiFact California  —  Fact-checking journalism comes to California's public radio airwaves and websites this summer with the launch of PolitiFact California, a partnership of Capital Public Radio and PolitiFact …
Feb 12, 2015, 1:05 AM - In context

Chris Barr / Knight Foundation:
Knight Prototype Fund supports 10 new data & storytelling projects   —  Each quarter, the Knight Prototype Fund supports small teams of media makers, technologists, designers and civic hackers to test new approaches to informing communities.  In the last two years we have funded 130 projects through …
Feb 11, 2015, 12:55 PM - In context

Anjali Shastry / American Journalism Review:
Q&A with Emergent's Craig Silverman on accuracy in journalism and the spread of rumors on the web   —  Rumors, Lies and the Internet: 7 Questions for Craig Silverman  —  Craig Silverman, 37, is the founder of Emergent.info, a fact-checking website for consumers.
Dec 1, 2014, 10:30 PM - In context




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