Big news from Google: it's tweaked its algorithms to prioritise original reporting - and to display it for longer.
There's an assumption that just training people to be critical of media will help deal with misinformation. That's wrong.
The Correspondent has revealed a little bit about how it's going to be run — and where its money is going.
The annual Reuters Institute Digital News Report was published today — and a panel discussed the implications for journalism of its key findings. Here's my notes.
Mathew Ingram wrote a typically interesting and provocative post last week, asking if the news industry should just get the hell off of Facebook. Are the benefits we accrue, diminishing though they are, worth the price we, and society as…
Jay Rosen's latest list of his journalism challenges is particularly thought-provoking right now.
I'm launching a paid audience engagement newsletter - here's why.
In the closing news:rewired session, we heard what the Engaged Journalism Accelerator has learnt about audience engagement so far.