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626. New book documents the fight to kill the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Jonathan Mingle is a freelance journalist and the author of a new book, “Gaslight: The Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the Fight for America’s Energy Future," which documents how...

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625. Community collaboration key to evolving local journalism

Allison Taylor Levine, CEO of Local Journalism Initiative, discusses how LJI’s Delaware Journalism Collaborative, which has brought more than 25 partners throughout the state together to report on polarization and possible...

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624. What was it like covering the Trump and Biden administrations?

Steven Herman, former White House bureau chief for Voice of America, discusses his experience covering the Trump and Biden administrations and his new book about the experience: "Behind the...

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623: Trade association CEO draws on 20 years of broadcast experience

Anita Brikman uses the same skills she mastered from working 20 years as broadcast journalist, news anchor and health reporter in her current role as the CEO of...

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622. Deseret News’ first female editor won’t be its last

Sarah Jane Weaver was recently named the editor of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints-owned Deseret News, becoming the first female editor in the 174-year-old newspaper's history.

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621. Saving journalism includes improving mental wellness in newsrooms

Dr. Kate West and Leslie Rangel, authors of "Journalists Break News. Don't Let it Break You," discuss how newsrooms and media educators need to focus on mental wellness to...

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Better News: How the Henrico Citizen grew its email list and reader revenue

By focusing on the audience funnel, owner and publisher Tom Lappas was able to generate 9,000 email subscribers and generated $34,000 at the Henrico Citizen.

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Benji Egel of The Sacramento Bee discusses how news organizations can create a regional keepsake that drives revenue toward their newsroom.

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Better News: Tips and strategies for improving community-focused election coverage

David Plazas, director of opinion and engagement for the USA TODAY Network Tennessee, recently wrote a study for the Better News initiative on how The Tennessean created a significant,...

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Better News revisits the best stories of 2023

Kamaria Roberts, the deputy director of local news transformation at the American Press Institute, highlights the work API has done over the last year through its Better News Initiative and...

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