Although no longer publishing original content, the AJR website and its archives will remain available online.
For its clients, Switchyard Media operates like a newsroom, creating infographics, data visualizations and narrative stories.
Two young reporters are creating a news portal to cover the economic, criminal and health facets of marijuana and the drive to legalize it.
A degree in journalism isn’t the only route to a good media job today. Four millennials describe how they acquired their current journalism jobs.
Journalism is growing more collaborative as news outlets increasingly partner, helping them tell more stories on various platforms with fewer resources.
Millennial readers increasingly use ad-blocking software, creating headaches for news services that rely on ad revenue.
News services are increasing their focus on mobile alerts, sparked partly by new technology.
Journalists covering the Baltimore riots became part of the story. Here’s a look at the wide-ranging media coverage.
The Star Tribune is pushing hard into digital storytelling, newsletters and video — and recently refocused some jobs on digital engagement.
For journalists trying to learn new technology, it pays to have a strategy for deciding which tools to learn.
The key to survival in medium-sized radio markets is digital engagement, WDEL’s Chris Carl says.