Experimentation and adaptability are the keys to charting a new path for digital publishers, said experts from Vice News, the New York Times, Quartz and other innovative newsrooms at a discussion last week in New York City.
Over the past several years, we’ve combined our research findings with our experiences as journalists and managers to develop a framework for change. The Lean Newsroom Model is designed to help leaders think about change in a deeper, more meaningful way, beyond the fireworks of catchphrases and flashy, surface-level tactics. Most forward-thinking organizations today have latched onto …
It turns out, plenty of news consumers are eager to talk to journalists about trust. The 30 official newsroom partners in the Trusting News interview project have begun reaching out to their audiences, and the results have exceeded my expectations.
Relationships take work. You don’t get intimacy without putting in some time. You don’t ask for favors without offering the equivalent yourself. You earn trust by being there consistently, and by listening.
With no silver bullet or obvious funding solution for the future of journalism, our eyes are glued to the horizon for the next great idea. But what if some of those ideas aren’t on the horizon, but right in front of us?
Twine bills itself as “an open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories.” That means you can incorporate graphs, charts and even videos and photos into a story. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to use it. General steps Step 1) Choose your data topic area. (You probably already knew that, right?) This will inform how you use Twine. …
An investigative report on the privatization of Greece’s islands and beaches? A documentary following child workers in Bolivia? A video report on water scarcity and the Colorado River? No, that’s not a list of the latest Pulitzer Prize nominees. These are all Belgian journalism projects that have raised more than 2,000 euros each on the crowd-funding website KissKissBankBank. These …
Christine Roberts is the senior editor for growth and emerging platforms at The Huffington Post. She spends a great deal of her time leading audience engagement efforts on messaging apps like Facebook Messenger, Viber and Line.
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