research roundups and tip sheets about how journalists do their jobs
A new study of job ads suggests there's a demand for journalists with expertise in areas such as audience analytics and computer programming and those with certain personality traits such as outgoingness.
A case study comparing two community newspapers finds that the paper more focused on audience metrics published fewer stories about civic issues.
Wall Street Journal reporter discusses the newspaper's investigation into secret payoffs Donald Trump and his associates arranged to suppress sexual allegations from two women during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Christian Sheckler of the
South Bend Tribune and Ken Armstrong of ProPublica explain how they used public records to spotlight problems within the Elkhart, Indiana criminal justice system.
Journalists Daffodil Altan and Andrés Cediel discuss the importance of tenacity and cultural competency in doing high-quality investigative journalism.
Data journalism produced by two of the nation’s most prestigious news organizations has lacked transparency, a new study in
Digital Journalism finds.
Eric Rimm reflects on his viral comments about French fries, offering pointers for how to cover research that’s getting a lot of media attention.
The 10 research roundups our readers visited most often in 2018 focus on topics ranging from fake news and school uniforms to the Supreme Court and Olympic games.
A new study serves as an example for all journalists who swoop in and out of academic papers without much care.
Most news stories that discussed suicide and the holiday season last winter perpetuated the myth that suicides rise during the holidays, finds a University of Pennsylvania analysis.