Comment moderators should focus more on hate speech than profanity, a new study suggests
News consumers and social media platform users prioritize the removal of hate speech over the removal of profanity, according to a new study by the Center for Media Engagement at the University of Texas, Austin. How does the public feel about social media platforms and news organizations deleting offensive comments? We looked at 3 aspects...
Nieman Labs at Thursday, June 17, 2021 1:21:42 PM
Aldens buyout offer coincides with the 3rd anniversary of the Capital Gazette shooting
June 28 marks the third anniversary of the deadly attack on the (Annapolis, Maryland) Capital Gazette newsroom that killed five: Gerald Fischman, John McNamara, Rob Hiaasen, Wendi Winters and Rebecca Smith. The month also coincides with the buyout offer from the newspapers new hedge fund owner, Alden Global Capital, which recently acquired Tribune Publishing. Even […] The post Aldens buyout offer coincides with the 3rd anniversary of the Capital Gazette shooting appeared first on Po...
Poynter Institute at Thursday, June 17, 2021 10:07:39 AM
Ken Doctor: Six months after launching a local news company (in an Alden market), heres what Ive l
It was our first epiphany. Just a few weeks after our pre-Thanksgiving launch, we summoned the audacity to announce a public forum. “Join us for Covid 2021: The Experts Answer Your Questions event in English and Spanish.” We had only small thousands of readers, a largely unknown brand and no track record of credibility in...
Nieman Labs at Thursday, June 17, 2021 10:02:05 AM
Legendary science reporter Sharon Begley wasnt here to celebrate her Pulitzer recognition. But her
Sharon Begley didnt live to see the day she was recognized as a Pulitzer Prize finalist in Breaking News Reporting, but her loved ones already knew how she wouldve reacted. She was the type of person who would urge her editors not to submit her work for awards. (When they submitted them, she often won.) […] The post Legendary science reporter Sharon Begley wasnt here to celebrate her Pulitzer recognition. But her loved ones havent forgotten. appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Thursday, June 17, 2021 9:04:00 AM
What we can learn from the medias dismissal of the Wuhan lab theory
For more than a year, the theory that the COVID-19 pandemic began with the leak of a previously unknown coronavirus from a laboratory at Chinas Wuhan Institute of Virology in late 2019 was roundly, even vociferously, dismissed by many scientists and most in the news media. A New York Times report called it a conspiracy […] The post What we can learn from the medias dismissal of the Wuhan lab theory appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Thursday, June 17, 2021 9:00:04 AM
Our creaky social media policies are no match for todays trolls
Read enough social-media policies, and youll wonder if youve torn a page out of The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook. The New York Times tells its staff that if they “engage in editorializing on social media, that can undercut the credibility of the entire newsroom.” The Associated Press warns employees that they “must be mindful that […]...
Columbia Journalism Review at Thursday, June 17, 2021 8:32:12 AM
Andreessen Horowitzs new media entity is an op-ed page
At the beginning of the year, an otherwise innocuous job ad—for an executive editor to oversee a site about technology — got more than its fair share of attention . Why? Because the entity that posted the ad wasnt a traditional media company. The opening was for a job at Andreessen Horowitz , an influential venture capital firm in Silicon Valley that has developed a reputation for avoiding the traditional technology press . This raised a number of questions. Was the proposed site ...
Columbia Journalism Review at Thursday, June 17, 2021 6:59:30 AM
At the Biden-Putin summit, journalists got into it with both leaders — and each other
It was quite a confrontational and contentious day in Geneva as President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin met face-to-face for the first time since Biden became president. And Im not talking just about the meeting between Biden and Putin. Im talking about the media vs. Putin, the media vs. Biden and even the […] The post At the Biden-Putin summit, journalists got into it with both leaders — and each other appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Thursday, June 17, 2021 6:30:20 AM
Election fraud claims proliferate in Germany, Peru and Brazil
Factually is a newsletter about fact-checking and misinformation from Poynters International Fact-Checking Network. Sign up here to receive it on your email every Thursday. A fraudulent export As the debate in the United States rages over the voting reform bills inspired by false claims of election fraud, fact-checkers in Germany, Brazil and Peru are contending […] The post Election fraud claims proliferate in Germany, Peru and Brazil appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Thursday, June 17, 2021 6:00:51 AM
How remote learning failed special education students
Covering COVID-19 is a daily Poynter briefing of story ideas about the coronavirus and other timely topics for journalists, written by senior faculty Al Tompkins. Sign up here to have it delivered to your inbox every weekday morning. 7 million students in America attend special education classes that cater to their learning needs. But whether […] The post How remote learning failed special education students appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Thursday, June 17, 2021 5:00:13 AM
Allen Media Hires Matthew Signer As Production & Content EVP
Allen Media Group today named Matthew Signer executive vice president of production and content. He will focus on development and production of movies, television series, documentaries and other premium content for distribution via the Allen Media Group platforms Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures, the Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures digital distribution unit Freestyle Digital Media, the free streaming service Local Now, as well as external streaming services […] The post Allen...
TV News Check at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 2:04:10 PM
CIMM Launches Pilot To Understand Time Spent Across ‘Every’ TV Platform
The Coalition for Innovative Media Measurement (CIMM), a division of the Advertising Research Foundation, this morning said it is launching new research to better understand how time is spent across every platform available on TVs today. The initiative, dubbed the Passive TV Measurement Study, will explicitly look at how American consumers spend time with linear TV as well as OTT (over-the-top internet-connected) devices, smart TV apps and video game consoles. The post CIMM Launches Pilot T...
TV News Check at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 1:40:00 PM
Disney Nears $22M Deal For CMA Awards
Disney is closing in on a massive $22 million-per-year deal that would keep the Country Music Association Awards on ABC while bringing in its streaming services to support the awards show as broadcast ratings decline. The new agreement carries a license fee of at least $22 million a year for a multiyear contract, according to two individuals familiar with the deal, which was possible because Disney could draw on funding from Hulu and Disney+ in addition to ABC. As part of the new deal, Hulu and ...
TV News Check at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 1:01:00 PM
Planar Studios Virtual Production Initiative Goes Live
Planar, a global provider of visualization technology, today launched Planar Studios, an initiative designed to revolutionize the explosive virtual production (VP) and extended reality (XR) markets. Planar Studios combines advanced technologies, industry partnerships and personnel to create realistic on-screen content in the ever-expanding VP and XR industries. Through the Planar Studios initiative, Planar is empowering […] The post Planar Studios Virtual Production Initiative Goes Live...
TV News Check at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 12:46:07 PM
News orgs are getting creative to explain ranked-choice voting to New Yorkers
New York City is now the largest municipality in the country to implement ranked-choice voting. In a city where there are seven registered Democrats for every registered Republican, the primary election this month will almost certainly determine who takes citywide offices. Heres the rub for voters and the newsrooms catering to them. Ranked-choice voting is...
Nieman Labs at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 10:13:21 AM
Behind the Byline: The human toll of how we (still) get news out of Syria
On February 22, 2012, journalists Marie Colvin and Rémi Ochlik were killed in a government attack on a media center in Baba Amr, Syria. On August 19, 2014, a video of the beheading of journalist James Foley in Syria was released to the public. Less than a month later, the recorded beheading of Steven Sotloff, […]...
Columbia Journalism Review at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 9:59:59 AM
We need to complicate the “save local news” mantra
On Saturday, Politico media reporter Jack Shafer wrote a column arguing that the primary challenge facing local newsrooms is not supply, but demand. “Its not that nobody wants to read local news; its just that not enough people do to make it a viable business,” Shafer wrote. “Maybe the surfeit of local news of yesteryear was the product of an economic accident, a moment that cannot be reclaimed.” Shafers identification of declining demand is a worthy point, complicating overly simplist...
Columbia Journalism Review at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 7:31:18 AM
No Ordinary Life tells the story of five pioneering camerawomen
As a young girl, Mary Rogers loved looking at photos in National Geographic. She dreamed of a job that would take her all over the world, to see the images in the glossy magazine up close. Her journey is part of “No Ordinary Life,” a new film by Heather ONeill, an Emmy and Peabody Award-winning […] The post No Ordinary Life tells the story of five pioneering camerawomen appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 6:46:24 AM
The lessons of Squash, the first automated fact-checking platform
Squash began as a crazy dream. Soon after I started PolitiFact in 2007, readers began suggesting a cool but far-fetched idea. They wanted to see our fact checks pop up on live TV. That kind of automated fact-checking wasnt possible with the technology available back then, but I liked the idea so much that I […] The post The lessons of Squash, the first automated fact-checking platform appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 6:45:29 AM
Journalism of the day: The New York Times explosive investigation into Amazon
Wow. What a blockbuster from The New York Times. Its Jodi Kantor, Karen Weise and Grace Ashford with “The Amazon That Customers Dont See.” The Times looked into Amazon during the pandemic and came away with these five takeaways: Amazon has been churning through employees. Buggy and patchwork systems caused some workers to lose their […] The post Journalism of the day: The New York Times explosive investigation into Amazon appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 6:30:27 AM
Diageo Is NFLs First Liquor Sponsor
Diageo and the NFL have completed a comprehensive spirits marketing pact, which will be the leagues first sponsorship in that category. Sources said that Diageo gets exclusivity across spirits broadly, but the sponsorship will be used to market three main Diageo brands: Smirnoff vodka, Captain Morgan flavored rum and Crown Royal whiskey. One agency source estimated the all-in cost at $30 million per year, with around half of that being rights fees. The post Diageo Is NFLs First Liquor Spons...
TV News Check at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 6:04:28 AM
CNNs Starr An Unlikely Target In DOJ Probe
Regular CNN viewers know Barbara Starr as the networks veteran Pentagon reporter, a straight-shooting correspondent who delivers periodic news reports on topics like NATO, counterterrorism efforts, and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. So it was striking when Starr was revealed last month as one of the journalists whose email and phone records were secretly seized by the Justice Department amid a Trump administration push to discover who was providing classified information to journalists. ...
TV News Check at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 5:45:23 AM
Analyst Sees NBCU, ViacomCBS Struggling For Streaming Scale
NBCUniversal and ViacomCBS may eventually find themselves on the outside looking in as the subscription streaming video industry continues to grow. Thats according to MoffettNathanson analyst Michael Nathanson, who kicked off The StreamTV Show with a forward-looking assessment of which major streamers have the best chance at future success. Assuming that both the Amazon-MGM and Discovery-WarnerMedia deals go through in 2022, he said that the clear winners will be Netflix, Disney, Amazon and War...
TV News Check at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 5:00:40 AM
Lumber prices are dropping from sky-high pandemic numbers
Covering COVID-19 is a daily Poynter briefing of story ideas about the coronavirus and other timely topics for journalists, written by senior faculty Al Tompkins. Sign up here to have it delivered to your inbox every weekday morning. So, your Reddit buddies told you to buy lumber futures, eh? Well, some tough love here. Lumber […] The post Lumber prices are dropping from sky-high pandemic numbers appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 5:00:38 AM
Donald Trump says he was right about everything. Is he right about being right?
Former President Donald Trump recently released a statement claiming he was “right about everything” that critics said he was wrong on. Is he right about being right? We looked through the 10 points in Trumps June 12 statement and found that in some cases what he claims is unproven or in dispute, in a few cases […] The post Donald Trump says he was right about everything. Is he right about being right? appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Wednesday, June 16, 2021 4:55:56 AM
KRIV Houston Fires Reporter Ivory Hecker For Going Off Script, Denies Her Allegations
KRIV Houston reporter Ivory Hecker on Monday went off script during a 5 p.m. broadcast, alleging that she is being muzzled by the network and will release secret recordings of what goes on behind the scenes at Fox. The station on Tuesday confirmed that she is no longer with Fox 26. A station spokesperson said: This incident involves nothing more than a disgruntled former employee seeking publicity by promoting a false narrative produced through selective editing and misrepresentation. The post...
TV News Check at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 9:10:40 PM
Fox News Media Launches Fox News Podcasts+ Exclusively On Apple Podcasts
Fox News Audio, Fox News Medias radio and podcast division, has collaborated with Apple Podcasts Subscriptions to launch a new subscription-based content channel entitled Fox News Podcasts+. This new platform will offer exclusive content along with commercial-free episodes of the Fox News Podcasts portfolio, as well as commercial-free podcast versions of Fox News Sunday, and Fox News Radios […] The post Fox News Media Launches Fox News Podcasts+ Exclusively On Apple Podcasts appeared...
TV News Check at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 7:06:09 PM
There will always be claims of cheating in elections, but fact-checkers can work together to fight
Fact-checkers emphasized Tuesday the importance of collaboration in protecting election integrity and fighting back against false accusations of fraud. Speaking at Tuesdays IFCN Talk, Gilberto Scofield Jr., business and development director for the Brazillian fact-checking organization Agência Lupa, said national elections in 2018 revealed the power of social media to attack the electoral process. “There […] The post There will always be claims of cheating in elections, but fact-chec...
Poynter Institute at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 4:25:25 PM
Fox Invests $100 Million In Making NFTs
When it comes to NFT investing, Fox apparently has diamond hands. The network is staking its new NFT business unit, Blockchain Creative Labs, with a $100 million creative fund, Fox announced Tuesday. Fox is partnering with Bento Box Entertainment on the project and has now named Bento Box co-founder and CEO Scott Greenberg as CEO of the new company. Blockchain Creative Labs will build, launch, manage and sell NFT content and experiences, and fungible tokens, as well as digital goods and assets. ...
TV News Check at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 2:01:10 PM
CW Fall 2021 Premiere Dates Revealed
The lineup includes new seasons of Walker , The Flash , Riverdale , Batwoman and All American (which has quietly become the networks top-rated show in the young adult demo after its previous seasons debuted on Netflix and Supernatural concluded). The Flash will launch with a five-episode crossover event featuring heroes from the other DC universe shows. There are also new series: The reimagined game show Legends of the Hidden Temple , a new U.S. version of the British reality show ...
TV News Check at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 1:56:03 PM
Nonprofit journalism grew in 2020 — and individual donors played an increasingly large part
Despite the chaos and uncertainty of 2020, it was a year of journalistic and financial growth for the nonprofit news industry, leaders said at the Institute for Nonprofit News annual conference last week. On Tuesday, INN released its annual report with more details. Emily Roseman, INNs research director, and Jesse Holcomb, an assistant professor of...
Nieman Labs at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 1:36:38 PM
ABC O&Os To Stream ‘Our America: Black Freedom’
ABC Owned Television Stations embrace the heritage and tradition of Juneteenth in the upcoming multiplatform documentary, Our America: Black Freedom, available to stream now across the owned stations connected TV apps on streaming platforms Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV and Roku with a Hulu premiere on Saturday, June 19, which marks the historical anniversary of Juneteenth. Produced by the station group’s […] The post ABC O&Os To Stream ‘Our America: Black Freedom’...
TV News Check at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 12:43:09 PM
The Pulitzers didnt name a winner in editorial cartooning. Thats unusual, but not unprecedented.
For the first time in 48 years, the Pulitzer Prize Board chose not to name a winner in Editorial Cartooning — a decision some are calling an insult to all cartoonists. The Pulitzer Prizes announced Friday that Ken Fisher, drawing as Ruben Bolling; Lalo Alcaraz; and Marty Two Bulls Sr. were finalists in Editorial Cartooning. […] The post The Pulitzers didn’t name a winner in editorial cartooning. That’s unusual, but not unprecedented. appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 12:00:06 PM
Googles Privacy Backpedal Shows Why Its So Hard Not To Be Evil
Technology companies blithe disregard for consumer desires is an outgrowth of decades of permissive or nonexistent government oversight. Regulators ought to consider how Big Techs monopoly power further empowers the companies to ignore their own customers, in part by gobbling up competitors that offer more consumer-friendly services. Whatever the outcome of the Arizona case, if Google and others are willing to continue offering users choices, they should also be willing to respect them. The ...
TV News Check at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 8:47:54 AM
Obituaries are important, worth rethinking and reviving
Before the famous and powerful die, notice of their death is often already written. When death comes – the details are polished, dates added, and their stories get shared. When regular people die, that work falls to family or friends, scrambling to make final arrangements and remember details while grieving. But theres always been a […] The post Obituaries are important, worth rethinking and reviving appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 7:33:13 AM
The press waves Netanyahu goodbye
On Sunday the Knesset, Israels parliament, reached an agreement to eject Benjamin Netanyahu after twelve years, the longest time any prime minister has held power in the country. Coverage described a fraught legacy: the New York Times called him a “polarizing figure” ; per the Washington Post , “ he leaves a country more divided ”; CNN reported that he made “a wealthier, more divided Israel.” Many outlets remarked on the strange cooperation among those who removed Netanyahu fro...
Columbia Journalism Review at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 7:17:05 AM
The US government crossed a line by seizing reporters records. What happens now?
When you really stop and think about it, what was done was unconscionable. The Justice Department of the United States of America went after the phone and email records of journalists from some of the nations most respected news outlets. Not only that, they did so in secret. The journalists had done nothing wrong. They […] The post The US government crossed a line by seizing reporters records. What happens now? appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 6:30:17 AM
KRIV Reporter Starts Live Shot By Telling Viewers Fox is Muzzling Her
KRIV Houston reporter Ivory Hecker started her live shot Monday by telling viewers that the station's owner, Fox Corp., is muzzling her and she is releasing tapes to prove it. “I am going to be releasing some recordings about what goes on behind the scenes at Fox, because it applies to you, the viewers,” she said. “I found a nonprofit journalism group called Project Veritas that is going to help put that out tomorrow, so tune into them.” She then went on with her live shot. The post KRIV Repo...
TV News Check at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 5:46:22 AM
Disney Puts Focus On Streaming Ad Sales In Brisk TV Upfront
Madison Avenues interest in digital ads, sports and new concepts tied to bolstering messages of diversity helped Disney close a fast-paced upfront that saw more than 40% of total dollars committed to the company go to streaming and interactive venues, the latest sign of how advertisers are working differently with some of the nations most traditional media companies. “We led with streaming this year. You always hear how broadcast leads in the upfront, and we saw an opportunity this year to cha...
TV News Check at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 5:17:48 AM
Network Affiliates Push FCC For OTT Must Carry
There is a major difference of opinion between the National Association of Broadcasters and the network affiliate broadcaster associations over whether the FCC should require streaming services to deliver emergency alerts. NAB says no, while network affiliates say yes, definitely. All they need to do is carry local TV station signals on their streaming services, which they are pushing the FCC to mandate. The post Network Affiliates Push FCC For OTT Must Carry appeared first on TV News Check...
TV News Check at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 5:12:25 AM
Wildfires are already burning as a heat wave and drought spread in the West
Covering COVID-19 is a daily Poynter briefing of story ideas about the coronavirus and other timely topics for journalists, written by senior faculty Al Tompkins. Sign up here to have it delivered to your inbox every weekday morning. In the next few days, western states will see temperatures top 100 degrees. Rivers and lake beds […] The post Wildfires are already burning as a heat wave and drought spread in the West appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 5:00:36 AM
Hearst College National Championship Winners Announced
Winning college journalists in the National Writing, Photojournalism, Audio, Television and Multimedia Championships were announced on June 14 by the William Randolph Hearst Foundations Journalism Awards Program. The Hearst Championships are the culmination of the 2020-21 Journalism Awards Program, which were held in 104 member universities of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass […] The post Hearst College National Championship Winners Announced appeared first on TV New...
TV News Check at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 4:56:18 AM
Can President Joe Biden actually cancel student loan debt with an executive order?
Can President Joe Biden cancel student loan debt with an executive order? Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., has said in multiple press conferences that Biden can wipe away such debt with a “flick of a pen.” Canceling student debt up to $50,000 has been a rallying cry for many younger Democrats, who see their […] The post Can President Joe Biden actually cancel student loan debt with an executive order? appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Tuesday, June 15, 2021 4:55:25 AM
A New Forecast For The Weather Channel
Accelerating climate change and its far-flung effects have fast become the most important story in the news cycle. But that isnt always the stuff that gets talked about or tweeted — or the biggest ratings. Now the Weather Channel is making climate change a bigger part of its overall focus. The cable network over the next several months plans to infuse climate coverage into its morning, afternoon and even entertainment programs in a way that Nora Zimmett, the outlets chief content officer, be...
TV News Check at Monday, June 14, 2021 1:22:26 PM
Premion Expands Deal With Polk To Help Auto CTV Campaigns
Premion, Tegnas connected TV advertising company, said it expanded its relationship with IHS Markit to use Polk Automotive Solutions data to target ad campaigns and measure their results. Automotive advertisers using the Premion platform to create regional and local streaming campaigns will be able to incorporate Polk audience segments and data on sales, make and model, price and vehicle type. The post Premion Expands Deal With Polk To Help Auto CTV Campaigns appeared first on TV News Chec...
TV News Check at Monday, June 14, 2021 1:12:42 PM
NBCU CEO Sees Robust Upfront Demand, But Offers No Details On Volume
The CEO of NBCUniversal said the company enjoyed robust demand in the TV industrys upfront market, but offered no tangible detains on volume or pricing to help bolster his case. “It was the strongest upfront I think probably in the history of NBCUniversal,” said Jeff Shell, NBCUs CEO, speaking during an investor conference with Credit Suisse Monday. “We saw results in this upfront far beyond what we thought wed see. Demand was extremely strong.” He attributed that dynamic to an increase in de...
TV News Check at Monday, June 14, 2021 11:10:06 AM
KJLA Los Angeles Selects Hitachi 4K Studio Cameras
In addition to serving as the Los Angeles home for American Spanish-language television network Azteca America, KJLA owns and operates two greenscreen stages and production studios at its westside L.A. facility. Seeing growing demand from its studio rental clients for higher-resolution video acquisition and production, KJLA purchased four SK-UHD4000 cameras from Hitachi Kokusai Electric America Ltd. (Hitachi Kokusai) to meet these requests and set the […] The post KJLA Los Angeles Selec...
TV News Check at Monday, June 14, 2021 7:33:29 AM
Carole Cadwalladr, COVID-19, and the fight against collective amnesia
At the start of the pandemic, the UK governments suppression of data prompted Carole Cadwalladr and her colleagues at All the Citizens to found Independent sage, a group of scientists who shadow official government scientists. Now, as the UK hurtles toward a June 21 reopening that appears unlikely to happen, the groups findings are more […]...
Columbia Journalism Review at Monday, June 14, 2021 7:32:43 AM
Summit coverage highlights the tension between global and domestic affairs
This weekend, global leaders of the seven wealthy democratic nations known as the G-7—the US, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the UK—met for their annual summit, along with leaders from Australia, India, South Korea, and South Africa. Those who spent the past year heralding the transformation effect the pandemic might catalyze across the world may find themselves disappointed; much of the coverage emphasized a return to convention , with some modest markers of change. Pew ...
Columbia Journalism Review at Monday, June 14, 2021 7:04:01 AM
Freelancers rarely win Pulitzers. But this year, two writers took home journalisms top prize.
To say it is difficult to win a Pulitzer Prize, journalisms most prestigious award, would be an understatement. Each year, judges sift through more than 2,500 entries in 14 categories to award 21 prizes. But winning a Pulitzer is even harder if youre a freelancer. This year, two freelance reporters did just that. Nadja Drost […] The post Freelancers rarely win Pulitzers. But this year, two writers took home journalisms top prize. appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Monday, June 14, 2021 6:45:42 AM