🗞 BLOOMBERG 美國《彭博社》｜20210318
The most searched-for terms on the New York Times website last year weren’t “Trump” or “Biden” or even “coronavirus.” They were “crosswords” and “Spelling Bee,” the name of the Times’s online word game — part of the newspaper’s attempt to grab a bigger piece of the $100 billion market for mobile games.
🗞 REYNOLDS JOURNALISM INSTITUTE 美國《雷諾茲新聞學院》｜20210323
Gabe Schneider, Kendra Pierre-Louis, Sisi Wei and Karen K. Ho in a discussion around how newsrooms can work to become anti-racist starting with their social media policies and how they enforce them. Reporters of color being punished and fired for tweets is a symptom of the larger problem that newsrooms need to tackle head on.
🗞 SLATE 美國網路雜誌《石板》｜20210324
Disinformation and other influence operations are among the greatest challenges facing democracies. We can’t stand still until we fully understand this threat, but we also can’t keep flying blind forever. The battle for truth requires arming ourselves with knowledge. The time to start is now.
🗞 POYNTER 美國非營利媒體研究機構《波因特學院》｜20210325
✅ Production of print newspapers is migrating — up the interstate — with ever earlier deadlines as a result
More than a dozen newspapers have outsourced printing and closed production plants so far this year to save costs. But what does it cost readers?