Recommended Reads for Journalists

The public doesn’t share journalists values, reflecting on the state of student journalism, and the Election SOS Report.

Image courtesy: Hearken
Image courtesy: Hearken

Bad news for journalists: The public doesn’t share our values. But there’s hope.

“Ask almost any group of journalists to name the core values of their profession, and they’ll probably deliver a list like this:
Oversight. We’re the watchdogs keeping an eye on government officials and other powerful people and institutions.
Transparency. We believe it’s best to put information out in the open, not keep it hidden.”

Even without deep pockets, Main Street shows up to support local news

Communities lead the way in supporting local journalism and other causes, even when resources are fewer.

Reflecting on the state of student journalism

How would you define the state of student journalism?

Election SOS Report: Newsroom lessons in engagement and trust-building from the 2020 elections

Newsroom lessons in engagement and trust-building from the 2020 elections.