Just because someone doesn’t like what you reported doesn’t mean it’s fake. This post helps you deal with the “fake news” claim.
Journalists are a unique breed, which may make shopping for us a bit of a challenge. Here’s a list of things the journo nerd in your life is sure to love.
Solutions Journalism is when reporters cover people trying to solve problems, instead of just the problems themselves. Here are three things I learned about Solutions Journalism during a recent #MuckedUp chat on Twitter.
The Associated Press released the 2015 Stylebook today. The Stylebook has 300 new or revised entries and is more than 600 pages long. The newest edition includes entires such as favorite, meme and an expanded explanation of covering suicide. It also has updated sports, social media, fashion, and food sections. It’s an exciting day for nerds everywhere!
Social media best serves audiences when we use it during the entire reporting process. Here are tips for developing crazy successful content promotion.
If news is the “first rough draft of history,” what is your reporting saying?
Information gathering can be a complex process, but implementing these basic strategies will improve your reporting immediately.