February 1, 2021 •
Media Economics, Newsroom Management, Recent, Specialist Journalism •
by Allynn McInerney
Allynn McInerney summarises a new study by Columbia University academics of global initiatives created to ‘rescue journalism’. ...
September 24, 2020 •
Ethics and Quality, Recent •
by Jack Truitt
New research from Columbia University examines the viability of partnerships between the cash-strapped news industry and advocacy groups. ...
June 30, 2017 •
Digital News, Ethics and Quality, Latest stories •
by Thomas Schmidt
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in newsrooms has a lot of potential for smarter journalism. Yet, as newsrooms increasingly experiment with new technologies, such as machine learning and natural language processing, they also run into...
February 18, 2014 •
Digital News •
by Jenny Dean
This article has been amended. Details below. The Associated Press news agency has developed an open-source tool to help journalists with data mining journalism to assist in original and investigative reporting. Overview, a Web...
November 28, 2013 •
Media Economics •
by Tina Bettels
In the U.S., many newspaper companies have sold their headquarters in the city centers and moved to smaller buildings in the suburbs. Those that haven’t are sharing their buildings with others firms. For example, San Francisco Chronicle...