Recent Stories

Audio Services for the Disabled Recalibrate as Local News Shrinks and Tech Advances

Stations broadcasting for the visually and otherwise impaired seek ways to stay relevant

From the Curator

Journalism Needs a Strategy to Bridge the Chasm Between the Now and the Next

The perilous state of the Chicago Tribune is a story that is happening across the country and a reminder of the need for creativity and urgent civic investment

Opinion: Ethics

Felicia Sonmez, The Post, Gayle King, and The Perils of Tradition Bias

How best to cover sexual assault allegations? Honor the perspectives of survivors

The Trump Impeachment and Why FOIA Matters for Good Government

Access to unredacted emails related to the Ukraine aid halt is essential to understand the actions of the president and his administration

Sounding

What Could Trauma-Informed Journalism Look Like?

Seeking ways to inform, not overwhelm, readers

Live @ Lippmann

Talking race in America and diversity in journalism with “Takeaway” host Tanzina Vega

The WNYC journalist says newsrooms have to get better at who is sitting at the table

Covering and Reducing Political Polarization and Conflict

A new white paper prepared by Nieman Reports explores how journalists are experimenting with new techniques to foster civil discourse and understanding

Election ’20: The Role of Local News

The Local News Trust Spiral: From Agents of Truth to Accusations of “Fake News”

A reporter returned to Gillette, Wyoming—and the family-owned paper where he got his start—to find a tense and tenuous relationship between local journalists and their community

Opinion

International Reporting Must Distinguish Hindu Nationalism from Hinduism

Western media need to describe the full context and complexities of religion and politics in India