"It can still be quite challenging with the long drives and severe cold and you have to be vigilant about self-care, but I remind myself that thousands of Ukrainian women are living this experience every day." buff.ly/3H6EfdT
Blake was creative. He had a deep appreciation for the craft and for his colleagues.
Depression is patient and it is a fucking thief. It takes courage to fight it like he did. If you are struggling: know that you are needed, that you are loved, and help is closer than you think twitter.com/liamstack/stat…
"As anybody can tell from the pubs and bars of the city, Thursday is the new Friday. With the world changing, and more people working from home on Fridays, it’s the smart move to focus on serving our readers online rather than in print." buff.ly/3vR0ZYH
I graduate this summer, so I spoke with lots of international students to figure out how to land a journalism job in the US. Turns out interviews often end when recruiters find out candidates will need visa sponsorship. Offers have been rescinded. 🧵
"A few days after @nytimes piece, the website of the Mineola American, which covers the county seat of Nassau County, still hadn’t mentioned the story. But maybe that’s not a surprise: The site hadn’t been updated since May." buff.ly/3ZjlY3I
Partisan media offers easier-to-read political news than mainstream outlets
"when we read simplified text—especially text that frames things as us-versus-them—it’s easier to process that than [news reports that examine] the complex goings-on"
My first story of 2023 is about the fascinating @newlinesmag. May 2023 be filled with more stories that are equally fun to report and write.
I had read New Lines before, but special thanks to @karimdoumar for being like "you should write about this" 🙏�niemanlab.org/2023/01/how-ne…wW
"Three outlets — adhering to three different business models — are in the unexpected position of battling it out for the readers of Marblehead and wresting back hyperlocal news from corporate control." twitter.com/bytimlogan/sta…
Andrew Morse, an architect of CNN+, will be The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's new president and publisher.
Morse said he plans work with Axios, which Cox Enterprises acquired last year for $525 million, to expand the company’s business. buff.ly/3GgCSrb
Hello! Today’s my first day back to work at @NiemanLab after a wonderful holiday break!
What are you looking to read about in journalism innovation this year? Send me your story tips, ideas, wishlists and I’ll report them out!
I’ve made six end-of-year predictions for @NiemanLab, starting in 2011. Let’s do a quick review!
2011: “Next year, Kindles, iPhones, and tablets will truly grow up” I think this one holds up pretty well! Among other things 2012 saw iPad 3/Kindle Fire.
"News orgs— particularly the ones that have spent the past couple years reporting on caregivers hitting their breaking point — can no longer afford not to prioritize the needs of caregivers on their own staffs."
@cariromm + @emgollie for #predix2023: buff.ly/3WFV6ZX