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What the Future: A Data-Driven Way Forward for Trust in News

How do we save the Truth? It’s a question that would have been unthinkable and should still be. New global research from the Trust Project and Ipsos examines current public...

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Reporting as Journalists of Color: Why We Need to Add “Safety” to Our Conversations about Diversity in Our Newsrooms

It seems everyone in journalism is talking about the importance of diversity in the newsroom. What’s missing in the conversation are the specific safety risks journalists of...

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Content-Sharing is the Media Industry’s Response to the Sharing Economy

  • Aya Uryu
  • Tony Dearing
  • Joe Amditis

Are you curious about content-sharing, aggregation, or syndication? This session is the perfect opportunity to dive deep with firsthand accounts from two publishers from different ...

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How Crosswords and Other Puzzles Can Create More Loyal Readers (and Higher Revenue)

  • John Temple
  • Moderated by Hanaa Rifaey

Crosswords and other puzzles have been valued by print readers for generations. They can be even more valuable for online publications. The New York Times is an obvious example....

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How to Start a News Outlet During a Pandemic

  • Tasneem Raja
  • Moderated by Karen Rundlet

Despite the fact that news consumption has risen to unprecedented levels during the pandemic, more than 50 local newsrooms across the country have closed their doors. But even in...

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Sources, Sources Everywhere — But Who is Actually Reliable?

  • Matthew Kaliara
  • Blanca Torres

Sources are the backbone of any good news story, but finding a quotable expert or spokesperson isn’t always easy. While using Twitter, LinkedIn, public relations firms, and...

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2020 State of Digital Publishing Market Report

  • Jonny Kaldor

Where are we now and what does the future hold? As the digital publishing platform provider for hundreds of news media brands, we’re creating a comprehensive industry report...

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Driving Towards Digital Change with Embedded Editors

The Wall Street Journal has created a hub-and-spoke system to help drive towards great journalism. The Journal’s team of strategy editors are embedded with each coverage...

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Preparing for the Cookieless World: How to Engage and Monetize Content in 2021 + Beyond

  • Hersh Patel
  • Dean Chandler

Google Chrome has is banning third-party cookies by 2022. Regulations such as GDPR and CCPA have limited the ability to target users across the web. Privacy-first strategies are...