Meaningful participation in civic life isn’t possible without access to high-quality news and information. Consider the most fundamental aspect of community engagement: voting in local elections. If prospective voters lack […]
Journalists who are frequently first responders at harrowing scenes of devastation and human suffering are primed to develop post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse, depression and anxiety – the “big four” […]
It’s no secret that journalism is at a bit of a crossroads. With technology and media consumption habits changing constantly, the industry has been thrust into a state of near […]
Kevin Wall, a visual journalist at The Boston Globe, is just beginning to use machine learning in his reporting. But the large amounts of data he needs to leverage this […]
It was the moment memes are made of. “Who is this 4chan person or website?” CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin made the fatal mistake of not knowing what 4chan is. Her guest, […]
Located in one of the states hardest hit by the opioid crisis, Florida’s Palm Beach Post has covered the issue from drug deals in the streets to boardroom deals at Big […]
“Our mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together,” says Facebook on its Community Standards page. Founded as a social network, Facebook […]
With Snapchat now hosting 173 million active daily users, the app has become a major strategy for many news organizations hoping to connect with younger audiences. Snapchat Discover, which officially launched […]
With “Oil to Die For,” readers can interact with the story, view videos, listen to audio transcripts, and access court documents at their own pace.
In recent years, game developers have been fusing the research and process of journalism with the kind of interactive storytelling that games do best in order to create unique and moving experiences.