Newsrooms should stop falling for all that glitters
In times of digital transition, media enterprises are constantly looking for people with specific technical or managerial skills. But these enterprises cannot neglect the core expertise that all newsrooms require: journalism.Read full article
Margaret Sullivan: Journalists should not give disinformation 'more of a megaphone'
Margaret Sullivan, media columnist for the Washington Post and former public editor of the New York Times, talks about the friction between politicians and journalists, American distrust in the media, and whether it’s the role of journalists to stop the spread of disinformation.Read full article
The Algo-pocalypse: Journalism in the digital dystopia
Facebook ostensibly announced a major change to its News Feed algorithm via a push notification from the New York Times. A notification heard ‘round the media world, with news that was intended less for it than for the 2 billion-plus humans that spend time on the social media platform.Read full article