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Inside Baltimore Business Journal with Managing Editor...
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collaboration
All Together Now: News Partnerships Increase in...
Journalism is growing more collaborative as news outlets increasingly partner, helping them tell more stories on various platforms with...
Kevin Blackistone
How to Get a Leg Up in...
Mentor Kevin Blackistone tells an aspiring sportswriter that opportunities for the impassioned hustlers lie on the Internet.
U.S. News & World Report newsroom
Inside U.S. News and World Report with...
Data journalism is a major focus in the U.S. News and World Report newsroom.
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News Outlets Ramp Up Breaking News Alerts
News services are increasing their focus on mobile alerts, sparked partly by new technology.
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Inside Digiday with Brian Braiker, Executive Editor
Digiday covers the publishing world with mobile readers in mind; it's also big on events and is experimenting with...
Baltimore riots
How the Media Covered the Baltimore Riots
Journalists covering the Baltimore riots became part of the story. Here’s a look at the wide-ranging media coverage.
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Personalizing News, Bringing Readers into the Story
Three interactive news projects show how news sites are pushing more deeply into personalized storytelling.
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.
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."
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