Recommended Reads for Journalists

Diversifying your station's workforce, growing your audience and revenue, and a new podcast revisits some of journalism's biggest stories.

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Image courtesy of TVNewsCheck

How To Diversify Your Station’s Workforce (And Keep It That Way)

How fostering diversity, inclusion and equity at TV stations can be cultivated by maintaining an inclusive work environment, recognizing and valuing underrepresented groups and securing buy-in from leadership.

Cleveland’s Plain Dealer decided to “completely ignore” politicians’ “false statements and stunts.” It’s working.

Should news outlets print politicians’ lies/false statements/untruths/misleading claims at all, especially when those politicians are saying these things with the expectation that their statements will be covered and amplified by the media?

How the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s streaming newscast grew audience and revenue

Use your reporting, digital, photography and video resources, and take advantage of the growing popularity of streaming platforms and mobile-friendly video.

Podcast revisits how the biggest stories unfolded on TV news

A new podcast series revisits how broadcast journalists covered some of the biggest stories, and tells some fascinating behind-the-scenes details.

If you’re not a climate reporter yet, you will be: Covid-19 coverage offers lessons for reporting on the climate crisis

Never in the history of modern news journalism has a science story dominated the news agenda for as long as Covid-19 has.

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