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NPR releases open source social media tools for newsrooms

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Tip: How to encourage newsroom collaboration outside hackathons

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Remember this advice that makes it easier for people in a news organisation to develop ideas together, even outside of organised events


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PR of the week

JPY gears up to release revolutionary Threads message hub

First Cloud service to unify email and phone calls for sharing and searching: The next generation of cloud-based team communications is set to be launched this September and Surbiton-based JPY Ltd, the firm behind Threads®, is gearing up for release with a pilot offer to small businesses.

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How to deal with online rumours and debunking

Tow Center fellow Craig Silverman shared his advice on responsibly discussing rumours and debunking misinformation online in launching new study 'Lies, Damn Lies and Viral Content'

Ophan: Key metrics informing editorial at the Guardian

The outlet's in-house analytics platform, designed to promote the 'democratisation of data', recently launched new features including a bigger focus on attention time