Mysterious symbol “-30-”: how the end of a newspaper story ends the history of newspapers
The shutdown of two of the oldest Canadian newspapers on the last Friday of January, 2016, was accompanied by mystical coincidences. 1,064 more words
Janet Cooke, a reporter for The Washington Post, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize April 13, 1981, for feature writing with a story about an 8-year-old heroin addict. 4,618 more words
The imminent rise of social media and online news spaces has created a platform that is changing the future of journalism and indeed news.
Journalism is an industry that is constantly evolving to remain relevant to society and maintain its credibility as a professional news source. 333 more words
On 30 April the Centre for Investigative Reporting staged its #TechRaking event in Berlin, together with Google News Lab and Correctiv. The aim of the day and format, launched in 2012: to “develop transformative ideas and solutions to challenges that communities have to face around the world – including those that specifically affect journalists in reporting news and information.” I thought I’d go along… and did. 255 more words