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Facebook Training and Support Is Coming to a Local Newsroom Near You

Facebook is teaming up with the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation on a pilot project to bring training and support from the social network directly into the newsrooms of local and nonprofit news organizations. Local networks are being established with the Knight Foundation, the Lenfest Institute for Journalism, the Detroit Journalism Cooperative and...

'Law & Order' Rips Its Newest Episode Straight from the Headlines About Fox News' Toxic Culture

"The Newsroom" helps illuminate why sexual assault victims so rarely step forth. Many “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” episodes open with this disclaimer that reads, “The following story is fictional and does not depict any actual person or event.” It is important that the audience understands this. Show More Summary

More Than Just SEO: Running Content Departments Like Newsrooms by @sejournal

Learn how to execute a brand journalism strategy that makes you an SEO powerhouse weapon while fulfilling marketing goals. The post More Than Just SEO: Running Content Departments Like Newsrooms by @sejournal appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Spicer Calls Out Sanctuary Cities: They ‘Have the Blood of Dead Americans on Their Hands’ (VIDEO)

Wednesday, on Fox’s “America’s Newsroom”, White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer spoke out against sanctuary cities. Spicer had previously issued... The post Spicer Calls Out Sanctuary Cities: They ‘Have the Blood of Dead Americans on Their Hands’ (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Go Big with ZimmComm at #NAMA17

Bring your eyes and ears to the ZimmComm New Media booth at the 2017 Agri-Marketing Conference Connection Point trade show to see and hear about agriculture’s virtual newsroom and podcasting as we Go Big with Facebook Live. Joining us is the U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) to provide demos of their new 360-degree pig videos, which utilizes a virtual... Read More

Review: Tina Fey's 'Great News' should be a greater sitcom

Andrea Martin is the only reason to tune into NBC's newsroom comedy.        

NPR Ombudsman: Staff Diversity Numbers a ‘Disappointing Showing’

NPR ombudsman Elizabeth Jensen was blunt in her assessment of NPR's latest stats on staff diversity in the newsroom. "There's simply no way around it," she wrote. "If the goal is to increase diversity in the newsroom, last year's was a disappointing showing." As of Oct. 31, 2016, the newsroom staff of 350 was 75.4...

TVSpy This Week

It’s the debut of TVSpy This Week 2.0 with Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel. Yes, it’s a little BUT here’s the great news – anyone can be the next co-host! We’re taking the conversation to local newsrooms across the country.  If you want to join the conversation and be our next co-host, email us, This week we taking to KATV‘s Matt Mershon...

Watch Fake News Get Made in the ‘Fake Newsroom

The 1983 exhibition ‘Newsroom’ gets resurrected and updated for the era of fake news.

CNN Highlights Marijuana Legalization 'Straining' Police in Colorado

On Thursday's CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin, substitute host Ana Cabrera presented a pre-recorded report in which she visited Colorado and informed viewers of the unintended consequences of Colorado's legalization of marijuana. The...Show More Summary

NBC News Digital Hires David Firestone as Managing Editor

In a note to staff, Catherine Kim, NBC News Digital's executive editor, announced the hire of David Firestone as managing editor. "David will work closely with me as we continue to expand our newsroom, refine our editorial mission, innovate and evolve and build a loyal audience across all our platforms and products," writes Kim. Firestone...

Daily Caller: USA Today's 'First Protected DREAMer Deported' Story Is False

Apparently, and quite unlike during the Obama administration, there are people sitting in establishment press newsrooms monitoring every move the Immigration and Customs and Enforcement agency makes, ready to pounce any time it thinks the agency might have made a mistake in detaining or deporting someone. Show More Summary

The Los Angeles Times built a Slack bot that lets the newsroom know when the coffee is ready

Of the many small, annoying things about working in an office, coffee is usually somewhere on the list. Whose turn is it to make it? Who is drinking more than their share of the communal pot? Is that half-full carafe still warm? So some folks at the Los Angeles Times built a Slack bot for...

A Boston Globe memo puts the spotlight on an emerging consensus on how to transform metro papers

The Boston Globe on Monday published a memo from editor Brian McGrory outlining the latest steps the paper is taking to restructure its newsroom as it adjusts to the evolving journalistic landscape. The Globe plan focuses on publishing stories earlier in the day, restructuring beats, creating new audience engagement and express desks, and thinking of...

Law & Order: SVU First Look: Benson Heads to "The Newsroom" for a Ripped-From-the-Headlines Case

Law & Order: SVU is sending Benson to "The Newsroom" for a ripped-from-the-headlines case that has some striking similarities to a certain cable news network scandal. E! News has your...

New York Times Names Former Businessweek Editor to Head Business Section

The hiring of Ellen Pollock, formerly the editor in chief of Bloomberg Businessweek, is the latest move in a reshaping of The Times’s newsroom.

New York Times Columnist Defends Calling Anti-Semitism The 'Disease Of The Arab Mind'

Newly minted New York Times columnist Bret Stephens has already prompted criticism inside the newsroom, even though he hasn’t written anything for the paper. Declan Walsh, the Times’ Cairo bureau chief, on Saturday took issue with Stephens...Show More Summary

The Rebrand of AgNewsWire as Ag’s Virtual Newsroom

We would like to introduce AgNewsWire as Agriculture’s Virtual Newsroom for organizations and companies to efficiently distribute materials such as photos and audio to media and other interested parties. “Content is king in today’s world...Show More Summary

'Unsubmissive' France...and other awkward political translations

There’s an ongoing dialogue in the FRANCE 24 newsroom on the challenge of translating French presidential hopefuls’ slogans and party names into the “language of Shakespeare.” As the election approaches, we take a closer look at the trickiest cases.

Did You Know That If You Work in PR, You Are a Reporter?

Summary: After having worked in radio, television and newspaper newsrooms before entering the business of public relations, one of the first unexpected realizations I had was that there were days I felt more like a reporter in the field...Show More Summary

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