Five worthwhile reads to start your day.
Thanks to the internet, our information ecosystem is bigger than ever — but it is becoming polluted and may already be toxic. How do we become the solution, not part of the problem?
Isabel Hilton's James Cameron memorial lecture at City's journalism department challenged journalists to rise to the challenge of a global information war
Research shows that climate skepticism comes from a distinct part of the political spectrum. But is journalism making those same connections?
Can we rebuild trust in news without helping people understand what journalism is?
If all high-quality news becomes paywalled - what will fill the void left behind?
Journalism shouldn't be an ossified religion…
Do we really want to turn Facebook into an editorial beast?
I still don't get why so many journalists have been so easy on Facebook for so long.
Five good reads to kick off your week.
Can we find a new model of collaborative journalism, working alongside existing local journalists, and the communities they serve?
Oh, no. The BBC is making a drama about national newspaper journalism…
A relentless stream of problem stories makes the world feel worse than it is, and makes people more susceptible to manipulation. Can solutions journalism reverse that?
Ev Williams is full of a world of good intentions - but journalists who trusted Medium are paying the price.
Have we let the internet’s hype cycle shorten our attention span for big stories? Yes. And that’s a problem.