Storytelling may be simple, but time, technology and a fractured political spectrum have transformed the creation and delivery methods for video news teams. Productions have shifted to a social media-driven, … Learn about this subject.
New Google Tools for Journalists
Learn about some of Google’s new tools for journalists, including Pinpoint, to help with audio transcription and analyzing large amounts of documents; Timelapse in Google Earth; and Jamboard for remote collaboration. We also present new features … Learn about this subject.
What Do Users Want? New Insights From Qualitative Research By The Trust Project
Emotion and trust in news are tightly linked, and not necessarily in ways we might expect. Learn from the Trust Project’s latest research on its 8 Trust Indicators, which show … Learn about this subject.
The Skills You Need — and Probably Have — to be a Product Thinker
More newsrooms are hiring product managers and adopting “product thinking,” but what role should product managers fill in a newsroom? What skills do product managers need and can you do … Learn about this subject.
One Size Does NOT Fit All
For the first time in history, there are five generations in the workplace. This impact is more pronounced in journalism as resources shrink and organizational hierarchy flattens. What kinds of … Learn about this subject.
Fact-Checking During the Pandemic: How Facebook Partners with Global Fact-Checkers to Tackle Misinformation
A conversation with Facebook and PolitiFact, moderated by International Fact-Checking Network Director Baybars Örsek, about how fact-checkers and Facebook addressed misinformation throughout the pandemic and beyond.
Building a Culture of Inclusion
Leaders at TIME have collaborated with passionate employees to cultivate an organizational culture built upon trust, integrity, inclusion and respect. Hear from Sue Suh, TIME’s Chief People Officer, on how … Learn about this subject.
How To Turn Your Newsletter Into a Revenue-Generating Machine Using Content and First-Party Data
The way digital content creators work with sponsors and advertisers is changing dramatically. We believe the new cookie-less, tracking-less world is going to level the playing field between publishers and … Learn about this subject.
Flacks ‘n Hacks: Re-Establishing Trust Between Journalists, Corporate Storytellers, and News Consumers
The last five years of polarization, media bashing, and misinformation have led to unprecedented levels of media distrust. This distrust has been compounded by shrinking newsrooms, falling ad revenue, and … Learn about this subject.
Hacked Your Beat? Asking the Right Questions When Cybercriminals Target Your Community
The ground-breaking shift to exclusively virtual services, collaboration, operations, education, and more as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic, opened up huge vulnerabilities for countless entities. At least 400 K-12 … Learn about this subject.