What's changing in journalism?
As technology continues to change how audiences consume and journalists collect the news, media organizations are confronting new spins on some traditional challenges, from the rebirth of labor unions in newsrooms to an increasingly complex battle against fake news. Efforts to engage communities have led newsrooms to stage live events and to offer podcasts, opening fresh, creative avenues for storytelling and distribution, as well as generating new sources of revenue. Innovations in messaging apps and satellite imagery have helped reporters reach once-inaccessible audiences and stories, while news outlets explore multiple ways to expand global coverage of gender in society and to cultivate their relationships with a new generation that already lives online. By offering rigorous reporting on responses to social problems, a growing number of newsrooms are discovering that solutions journalism heightens accountability, strengthens audience engagement, and rebuilds trust.
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New media workers welcome an old solution: Labor unions
Podcasting grows up
Building communities with news events
The rise of messaging for news
Getting to know Generation Z
Satellites give newsrooms eyes in the sky
Newsrooms take a cue from #MeToo