- Heather Chaplin
In the fallout of generational change wrought by the digital revolution, public understanding of journalism’s purpose is shifting. A second existential threat, filling the void...
- Meena Thiruvengadam
- Sari Zeidler
- Bobby Blanchard
Moderated by John Levitt
When you rely on Google and Facebook for traffic, you are at serious risk when the algorithm changes, especially when it suddenly moves to deprioritize news. Newsrooms can hedge...
- Hamilton Boardman
- Nasr Ul Hadi
- Steph Yiu
Your biggest night of the year may be planned, like an awards show or election, or unplanned, like a natural disaster or political scandal. In either case, high-pressure,...
- Rachel Glickhouse
- Maria Sanchez Diez
- Julia B. Chan
Reporting on marginalized and hard-to-reach communities is particularly challenging, intensive work, but engaged reporting — across a variety of mediums — holds the key to...
- Meredith Clark
- Paul Cheung
- Nisha Chittal
- Anusha Alikhan
A Knight Foundation analysis of interactions between Twitter’s black, feminist and Asian-American subcultures — and the news media that cover them — shows well-placed...
- Kristen Reed
- Erica Proffer
Moderated by Samanthi Dissanayake
When publishing to multiple platforms, broadcast producers face serious resource constraints and deadline challenges, too often default to simply throwing roughly edited TV...
- Dan Ratner
The pervasiveness of news has led to a publication agnosticism that seriously threatens reader loyalty and audience engagement. Machine learning, through augmented content and...
Moderated by Doug Mitchell
The Journalism Mentorship Collaborative, which launched in early 2018, aims to share best practices and fresh ideas for creating more inclusive mentoring opportunities in...
Moderated by Doug Smith
The Knight-Lenfest-Temple Newsroom Initiative, popularly known as “Table Stakes,” has fostered transformative change to a digital-first mindset in local legacy newsrooms....