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The competition posed by social media and online-only news outlets is making public broadcasters, like BBC, increasingly irrelevant to young readers, a RISJ report has found
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"Innovation is what links the old to the new": NCTJ's head of partnerships reflects on the mission and meaning of the local journalism scheme one year since its launch
News diets have become akin to junk food and it is harming our audiences' mental health. Anne-Sophie Novel explains what we can do to serve healthier options and improve the way we 'make the news'
11 US news outlets have been supported through Bringing Stories Home, a $5m Facebook-funded scheme to address declining ad revenue and mass job layoffs
The Journalism Trust Initiative wants to help increase page views and ad revenue for news organisations compliant with professional standards
This new Google Chrome plug-in allows news readers to rate pieces of journalism out of five and give the reasons why - producing a 'mould vs gold' leaderboard of journalists and news outlets
To secure the future of journalism, the news industry needs to develop ways to make public interest reporting profitable or receive governmental support, says the author of The Cairncross Review
From finding the right interviewee to asking the right questions, the Solutions Journalism Network explains how to report on what is going right
What happens when journalists try to deliver a punchline? Standup For Journalism project finds that humour can improve public perception of the media
Since news went online, a scoop that took months to produce can be recycled by another website in minutes to get an easy share of web traffic. Google is set to change that
Online competition is muscling out public broadcasters - like BBC News - that struggle to serve and represent younger and less formally educated audiences, a new RISJ report has found
Piloted in India, the news verification function alerts users when their search topic is a hoax. But measuring its success can be tricky
Ahead of the Newsrewired conference, Vinter talks about how recruiting diverse talent makes it easier to grow her new brand, be trusted by the readers, and receive exclusive tip-offs
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