5 Questions With them: A Next-Gen Platform That Celebrates Emerging Voices

Meet them. A next-gen platform created by and for the queer community, with a diverse audience in mind.

These 11 Environmental Sites Bring Innovation to Climate Change Coverage

See the original post on Beyond Bylines. Two years ago, we started something. We asked award-winning TV reporter Jeff Burnside […]

Google Pledges Huge Investment With Journalism Industry And Plans to Tackle Fake News

Google is tackling fake news. Its latest news initiative is a multi-pronged program to invest in a variety of journalism-related projects.

Don’t Get Duped: How to Tell if You’re Dealing With a Fake Photo This April Fools’ Day And Beyond

Don’t get fooled by the fakery. Here are a few tips to help you evaluate a potentially fake photo.

Newseum Aims to Help End Silence on Sexual Misconduct in Newsrooms

The Newseum is brewing a solution for sexual misconduct in newsrooms.

The New Era of Immersive Journalism: Taking Advantage of Augmented Reality in 2018

As news continues to make the shift to digital, augmented reality offers journalists new opportunities for in-depth reporting.

Black Media Powerhouses: Celebrating News Icons of The Past, Present, And Future

Who are your favorite African-American journalists? Here are 10 media pioneers we love.

5 Questions With The Lily: The Washington Post’s Bold Experiment For Millennial Women

Amy King, editor at The Lily, talks about #MeToo, the site’s striking design, and why the team banned the exclamation point.

Behind the Headlines with Kim Dixon

Kim Dixon sat down with me this week to discuss her journalism career, the intricacies of healthcare reporting, and her advice for PR professionals.

Behind the Headlines With Stuart Pfeifer

PR professionals are always looking to better understand journalists, and Stuart Pfeifer has the inside scoop. A former reporter for […]

Why Content Marketers Shouldn’t Ignore Traditional Media

Online is where people go to have questions answered, but traditional media — radio, television, and print — is where people learn […]

Journalism & News Trends for PR Pros

The revenue model for journalism is at best in flux, and at worst, in chaos. Layoffs and restructuring are still […]

Sharyl Attkisson Launches Full Measure on Sinclair

Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson premiered Oct. 4 on Sinclair affiliates, with former CBS investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson in the host […]

Report: More Journalists Are Finding Social Media Useful

Recently, journalists have warmed up to the idea of using social media. Learn three reasons why those who were once skeptical now frequently use these tools.

Has the Digital Age Affected the Impartiality of the Press?

[Impartiality] is to be distinguished from balance (the allocation of equal space to opposing views) and objectivity (by which journalists […]

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