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Hanaa' Tameez / Nieman Lab:
A look at The Ballot, a bimonthly digital magazine devoted to covering elections outside the US that hires freelancers who live in the countries they report on   —  “I often say to the writers, ‘Write this as if it were a letter to your friend.’”  —  For many journalists in the United States …
Sep 6, 2020, 8:10 PM - In context

Rachel Del Valle / Nieman Lab:
Service journalism, traditionally the remit of lifestyle magazines, is moving past how-to pieces and product reviews to offer actionable advice on pandemic news   —  Service stories used to exist apart from, and as a respite to, the news.  In pandemic times, that no longer make sense.
Sep 6, 2020, 5:10 PM - In context

How religious misinformation on COVID-19 is spreading in Latin America with the help of Christian publishers working in tandem with religious leaders   —  On July 30, a Mexican pastor named Oscar Gutierrez broadcast what would become one of the most-watched videos on Facebook about chlorine dioxide solution …
Sep 3, 2020, 10:15 PM - In context

Hanaa' Tameez / Nieman Lab:
Stanford University, with the John S. Knight Fellowship Program, creates a tool using deep learning to show how much TV airtime specific people and topics get   —  While the use of local TV for news is declining, cable news is growing: Audience and revenue for Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN are all up this year.
Sep 3, 2020, 1:30 AM - In context

Luke Winkie / Nieman Lab:
Profile of Study Hall, a gossipy media site for freelancers that started as a Patreon-funded newsletter and now has 4,500 subs paying between $1 and $11/month   —  Study Hall doesn't want to be Nieman Lab, nor does it have any interest in aping Mediaite, Digiday, or the Columbia Journalism Review.
Sep 1, 2020, 3:10 AM - In context

Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab:
Study: “news avoiders” who access news media less than once a month tend to see journalism as complicit in the establishment rather than an independent watchdog   —  I love a good folk theory.  —  A folk theory is “a belief based on received wisdom, rather than concrete evidence, knowledge, or facts.”
Aug 23, 2020, 8:45 PM - In context

Sarah Scire / Nieman Lab:
BBC Sport strengthens moderation policies for its comments sections and vows to keep growing coverage of women's sports   —  BBC Sport has a message for its 8.5 million followers on Twitter.  The pinned tweet is part promise, part mission statement.  —  The BBC exists for all of us, so it should represent all of us.
Aug 21, 2020, 5:55 PM - In context

Hanaa' Tameez / Nieman Lab:
Gannett releases workforce demographics of USA Today and its local outlets for the first time, along with its goals for diversity and inclusion by 2025   —  On Thursday, Gannett, the parent company of USA Today and more than 260 daily local news outlets in the United States …
Aug 21, 2020, 12:30 AM - In context

Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab:
News publishers should carefully watch the dispute between Epic Games and Apple over Apple's 30% cut for App Store purchases   —  For more than a decade, handing 30 percent of subscription revenues to the tech giants has just been the cost of doing business.  A gaming fight could unlock new ways to pay.
Aug 19, 2020, 10:20 PM - In context

Sarah Scire / Nieman Lab:
NPR says 57M people consume NPR content each week, up 10% YoY, with unique weekly visitors to NPR.org up 94% and live stream listeners up 39% YoY   —  Since the pandemic took hold in the United States, NPR's radio ratings have taken a nosedive.  Half of AM/FM listening in the United States takes place …
Aug 19, 2020, 10:00 AM - In context




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