Season 11

It's All Journalism Episodes - 2023

557. The First Amendment is her beat

Thanks to a Freedom Forum grant through Journalism Funding Partners, The Tennessean recently hired Angele Latham as a reporter focused full-time on First Amendment issues.


558. How come political experts in the news tend to be white and male?​

Dr. Katie Searles, an associate professor of political communication at Louisiana State University, recently co-authored “Constructing Political Expertise in the News” with Yanna Krupnikov, John Barry Ryand and Hillary...


559. Data doesn’t have to be a four-letter word for reporters

Investigative reporter Samantha Sunne, who co-authored with Mike Reilley "Data Plus Journalism: A Story-Driven Approach to Learning Data Reporting," shares tips on how journalists can use data to add...


560. Documentary exposes police corruption in Baltimore

Baynard Woods discusses reporting on police corruption in Baltimore and the new documentary based on the book he coauthored with Brandon Soderberg, "I Got a Monster: The Rise and...


561. Diversity a big part of the Chicago Reader’s formula for success

Tracy Baim explains how the Chicago Reader found success not only by identifying new revenue streams but also by prioritizing diversity in its newsroom staff and leadership.


Better News: HBCU Gameday grows from passion project to multi-tiered success

Tolly Carr talks about what attracted him to HBCU Gameday, and what advice he'd give to other media entrepreneurs who wish to take their passion project to the next...


562. First year as TV news reporter ‘not for the faint of heart’

Amanda Denise tells what it's like navigating her first news market after she switched careers in her early 30s to become a television news reporter and weekend anchor at...


563. What artificial intelligence programs like ChatGPT mean for the future of journalism

David Cohn, senior director of the AlphaGroup tech/media incubator and the co-founder and chief strategy officer of Subtext, says artificial intelligence programs like ChatGPT won't be taking journalists jobs,...


564. Where food and institutional power intersect in North Carolina is focus of new partnership

The Assembly, a digital magazine about the people, institutions, and ideas that shape North Carolina, recently partnered with The Food Section, a newsletter that covers food and drink in the American South. Kyle...


Better News: Building trust with rural communities

The American Press Institute recently hosted a panel discussion with alumni from the Tables Stakes Local News Transformation Program about how journalists can build trust with rural communities.


565. Philadelphia Inquirer adopts ‘Up for Review’ policy to consider de-listing stories

Evan Benn, senior director of special projects and communications at the Philadelphia Inquirer, and Emily Babay, coverage editor on the Inquirer’s Now Team, discuss the “Up for Review,” policy...


566. Local news viewed through a postindustrial lens

Carmen Gentile, founder and editor at large of Postindustrial, explains how the independent, journalism-first, multimedia news outlet covers the areas in the United States that were once deemed highly...


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