Recommended Reads for Journalists

Dean Baquet accepts 2020 Cronkite Award, Scripps invests in streaming, and why anchors stand to benefit from the digital rush.

Photo courtesy: Cronkite School
Photo courtesy: Cronkite School

NYT Executive Editor Dean Baquet Accepts 2020 Cronkite Award

Dean Baquet, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who is the first Black executive editor to lead both The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times, emphasized the importance of deep and open-minded reporting as he accepted the 2020 Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism from Arizona State University.

CEO Adam Symson Bets on Broadcast to Position Scripps Co. for TV’s Future

E.W. Scripps Co. has joined the growing list of content owners investing big in free streaming channels in an effort to bridge the transition to a new era of television.

Streaming Wars Send TV News Outlets Searching for New Screens

Anchors are among those who stand to benefit from the digital rush.

Multimedia journalism collaborative explores caregiver issues through solutions reporting

Four public media newsrooms in Western New York and Southeast Michigan have joined a 26-member journalism collaborative focused on aggregating and analyzing potential solutions to challenges faced by caregivers for older adults.

How to speak up without starting a showdown

It’s one thing if a stranger spreads falsehoods online. But what should we do when we see misinformation shared by family and friends?