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Fact checking
Getting it Right: Fact-Checking in the Digital...
The American Press Institute is working to improve best practices in news fact-checking.
Fast Company's office crush video.
video
Happily, News Orgs Find Success With Humorous...
Many news sites are making short, humorous videos to grab readers with a funny bone.
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‘Behind the Bloodshed’: Behind USA Today’s Data-Rich...
A deep dive into a grim subject -- mass killings in the U.S. -- delivers big numbers.
Co-hosts of The HuffPost Show, Roy Sekoff and Marc Lamont Hill, interview Sen. Elizabeth Warren on the debut episode.
Live, from the Internet, It’s The HuffPost...
The mission of the Friday webcast is to "cover everything from serious news to...let's just say lighter stuff."
Copy editing
Making the Leap Into Freelance Copy Editing
After leaving newspapers, these copy editors are thriving as freelancers. Here's how they did it---and tips on how to...
truth-lies-accuracy
Even News Sites Fall for Fake News
News services aren't immune from hoaxes, but you'd think they'd know fake news when they see it.
Picture by Partha S. Sahana via Creative Commons license on Flickr.
The Huffington Post’s Deep Look at Heroin...
The HuffPo combined in-depth reporting with a multimedia presentation to raise awareness of issues surrounding abstinence-based heroin addiction treatment.
Corrections and errors
7 Self-Editing Tips for Reporters Without Copy...
On National Grammar Day 2015, AJR shares self-editing tips from copy editors.
Tory Hargro, a design manager at USA Today, recently worked on an interactive project about race in America, designed to remove talking heads from the conversation.
Here’s One Way to Tell Stories About...
USA Today recently experimented with a storytelling format that gives users the power to design the story they want...
The Onion
Mayor De Blasio Embraces Satirical Self
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio had fun with an Onion story satirizing him, by reading the story aloud...
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11 Holiday Gifts for Journalists and Geeks
AJR editors and reporters scoured the web to find out what journalists really want from Santa in 2014.
Bangkok protest
Internet Freedom Declines Globally, Report Says
Internet freedom has suffered setbacks in dozens of countries around the world this year, a report from democracy watchdog...
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