Obesity of experience Paid Members Public
What's the role of experiential journalism in a world saturated in experiential social media?
Zaina Erhaim: how to respect local journalists in crisis zones Paid Members Public
The contrast between the coverage of war in Syrai and Ukraine is shocking and stark, argues the news:rewired keynoter. Here's how we can do better.
Lockdown journalism digest: reporting, engaging and planning for the future Paid Members Public
The Covid-19 lockdown is changing journalism. Here's a few signposts on that road.
Apple's bad news: the confirmation bias magnet Paid Members Public
The coverage of Apple's bad financial news tells us more about the pundits than the company itself.
Hyperactive reporting is a problem. Let’s fix it. Paid Members Public
Have we let the internet’s hype cycle shorten our attention span for big stories? Yes. And that’s a problem.
The dangerous ignorance at the heart of Facebook Paid Members Public
The attitude Mark Zuckerberg is displaying towards news suggests a deep ignorance of the true dynamics of news and its role in society.
How does it feel to be a journalist from an NRA-supporting family? Paid Members Public
This is a thought-provoking piece from a journalist who grew up in an NRA member family [https://medium.com/@kelliannejones/im-a-journalist-and-the-daughter-of-an-n-r-a-member-why-it-s-time-to-tell-my-story-9782ae97aad9] in the USA: > My father’s interest in guns began as a young man who saved up to buy 60 acres in the Maine wilderness where he could hunt,