Archive for Journalism – Page 3

Quiz: Do You Know Which Election Headlines Are Real?
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Quiz: Do You Know Which Election Headlines Are Real?

As midterm elections approach in the U.S., fake news producers have been sharing more and more stories that paint one side or the other as ... Read More
Infographic: The History of Press Freedom in America
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Infographic: The History of Press Freedom in America

As part of Free Speech Week, we decided to take a look back at some of the history of the First Amendment and its protection ... Read More
Audio Articles Make Longform Journalism More Accessible to Busy Readers
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Audio Articles Make Longform Journalism More Accessible to Busy Readers

When you think of audio news, one of three things probably comes to mind: radio, podcasts or headlines read via smart speaker. But some news ... Read More
Social Media Remains Top Source of News for U.S. Adults
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Social Media Remains Top Source of News for U.S. Adults

Last month, Pew Research Center released updated information on the use of social media for finding and accessing news stories. More than two-thirds (68 percent) ... Read More
Quiz: How Well Do You Know the History of Newspapers in America?
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Quiz: How Well Do You Know the History of Newspapers in America?

Think you know all there is to know about the news? You may be a news junkie, but how well do you know the history ... Read More
How Alabama Media Group Makes Local Videos with Viral Appeal
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How Alabama Media Group Makes Local Videos with Viral Appeal

Long before we were talking about the “pivot to video,” Alabama Media Group was bringing  sleek, stylized videos to their local audience ... Read More
Twitter Poet Makes Sharing News an Art Form
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Twitter Poet Makes Sharing News an Art Form

News overload isn’t all bad; it has forced our industry to get creative. We have excellent new podcasts coming out regularly, young journalists who are ... Read More
Free Speech Week 2018
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Free Speech Week 2018

Free Speech Week is nonpartisan, non-ideological event designed to raise awareness and celebrate the importance of free speech and a free press in the United ... Read More
Rising Star: Rachel Sadon, DCist
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Rising Star: Rachel Sadon, DCist

Rachel Sadon didn’t study journalism in college. Now, as the Editor in Chief of DCist, she looks back on her undergraduate career and laughs ... Read More
Support Real News with Media Literacy Tools for the Classroom
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Support Real News with Media Literacy Tools for the Classroom

With fake news and distrust of the media making it harder for many people to know what to believe, there is ample need for news ... Read More
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