Title  Date
INMAResearch: 5 ways to help media co-workers discuss polarising issuesOctober 8, 2020
Nieman LabHow do Americans understand the differences between profanity and hate speech online?September 10, 2020
Tennessean An improved commenting experience is here for September 9, 2020

Des Moines Register

An improved commenting experience is here for September 9, 2020
American Press Institute Tough conversations may help Americans find common ground August 31, 2020
What’s New In Publishing Predominance of toxic comments can damage publishers’ credibility: How to identify and deal with trolls effectively August 28, 2020

Chicago Reader

This is my brain on local TV news August 13, 2020
INMAResearch: Audience participation, story explanation increase trust in TV news August 4, 2020
The Texas TribuneWhy Texas’ coronavirus data comes with caveats August 4, 2020
Go Ad Media The challenges of journalism in the face of the pandemic and disinformation July 27, 2020
Portal Imprensa21st ISOJ: how to go beyond fact-checking and the press reaction to political attacks July 24, 2020
Poynter News leaders and tech platforms must safeguard journalists from digital harassment to ensure press freedom July 8, 2020
The Dallas Morning NewsFamiliarity breeds favorability: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s COVID-19 local TV news interview strategyJuly 3, 2020
RTDNAAnswer ‘why’ and ‘what now’ to build viewer trustJune 30, 2020
RTDNACovering Coronavirus: How coverage and audience needs are changingJune 23, 2020
INMAResearch: COVID-19 coverage needs changingJune 7, 2020
American Press InstituteHow female TV journalists deal with the emotional toll of harassmentJune 3, 2020
BBC Radio 4The Return of Reality?June 1, 2020
Nieman LabThe types of coronavirus coverage that people want to read are shifting over timeMay 28, 2020
RTDNAKeyword local: News coverage people demand during coronavirusApril 21, 2020
Your Voice OhioWhat community engagement teaches us about reporting on COVID-19April 16, 2020
Raw StoryHunger for ‘good news’ grows as coronavirus pandemic woes deepenApril 13, 2020
INMAResearch: Readers seek local news during COVID-19 pandemicApril 12, 2020
Knight-Cronkite News LabThree Ways to Use Data to Drive Better COVID-19 CoverageApril 9, 2020
Nieman LabThe news media sounded the alarm on coronavirus for months — but few listened. Why?March 27, 2020
The ConversationCoronavirus: News media sounded the alarm for months — but few listenedMarch 26, 2020
RTDNATrust and engagement tips for coronavirus coverageMarch 24, 2020
INMA5 ways to add trust to content while covering COVID-19March 23, 2020
Digital Content NextComment sections aren’t dead (yet)March 5, 2020
Nieman LabNo one cares that you were editor of your college newspaper: Reporter bios don’t improve readers’ trust in your news outletFebruary 27, 2020
Latin American PostJournalism is an ‘attack surface’ for those who spread misinformationFebruary 20, 2020
INMAResearch: Transparency is great — if readers noticeFebruary 17, 2020
The FixIs Solutions Journalism A Solution?February 14, 2020
Florida TodayBellaby: Online commenting is backFebruary 6, 2020
Note to SelfFixing The Trashcan Fire That Is Social MediaFebruary 3, 2020
American Press Institute‘Behind the story’ cards are a good idea — as long as readers actually see themJanuary 31, 2020
Nieman LabMaybe greater transparency can increase trust in news — but readers have to find your transparency firstJanuary 30, 2020
INMAResearch: what readers want in a storyJanuary 1, 2020
American Press InstituteHow images impact clicks among both liberals and conservativesDecember 18, 2019
Collective EvolutionSolutions Journalism: Could This Be The Mainstream Narrative We Need?November 28, 2019
Florida TodayFLORIDA TODAY joins experiment to make conversations around stories betterNovember 18, 2019
The New York Times”‘No One Believes Anything’: Voters Worn Out by a Fog of Political NewsNovember 18, 2019
The Verge‘Filter Bubble’ author Eli Pariser on why we need publicly owned social media networksNovember 12, 2019
INMAResearch: Story labels alone don’t increase trustNovember 10, 2019
American Press InstituteAsk audiences what questions they have about your reportingNovember 1, 2019
Associations NowDaily Buzz: Is AMP for Email Ready for Prime Time?October 31, 2019
Nieman LabHere are the four most common questions readers have after consuming a news article (and how to answer them)October 31, 2019
KXANTalking Solutions: Rebuilding Democracy in TexasOctober 22, 2019
RTDNAComment moderation takes a tollOctober 8, 2019
American Press InstituteWhy story labels should include explainersOctober 3, 2019
Columbia Journalism ReviewChicago is America’s news labOctober 2, 2019
INMAResearch: Solutions Journalism increases engagement, issue awarenessSeptember 17, 2019
Online News AssociationBuilding Trust: Newsroom Tools for the ‘Fake News’ EraSeptember 11, 2019
Nieman LabKUOW’s events encouraging people to get to know Muslims, Trump supporters, and more seem to actually be having an impactSeptember 5, 2019
Austin American-StatesmanIn Lyceum Poll, almost a third of Republican respondents saw media as threat to democracySeptember 4, 2019
Committee to Protect JournalistsWhy newsrooms need a solution to end online harassment of reportersSeptember 4, 2019 Five steps to writing solutions journalismAugust 23, 2019
American Press InstituteSolutions journalism should hit these five points to be impactfulAugust 22, 2019
Nieman LabPeople avoid consuming news that bums them out. Here are five elements that help them see a solutionAugust 22, 2019
Nieman LabPeople avoid consuming news that bums them out. Here are five elements that help them see a solutionAugust 22, 2019
The Opening BellThe Opening Bell 8/8/19: Clickbait Negatively Impacting Local News OutletsAugust 8, 2019
The Austin American StatesmanUT media research group gets $2.5 million boost from Knight FoundationJuly 22, 2019
American Press InstituteHow to avoid burnout in comment moderatorsJuly 18, 2019
Nieman LabHey comment mods, you doin’ okay? A new study shows moderating uncivil comments reduces the moderator’s trust in newsJuly 18, 2019
European Journalism Observatory Seven ways journalists can up their social media gameJuly 16, 2019
RTDNAPoliticians Behaving Badly: Why covering the story could backfireJuly 9, 2019
Out of the Echo ChamberThe Politics of News Choice: A Discussion With Talia StroudJuly 2, 2019
Utah Public RadioUnDisciplined: The Political Scientist And The Experimental PsychologistJune 22, 2019
Poynter9 fact-checking lessons from Global Fact 6June 21, 2019
MediaPostRecode’s Kara Swisher Talks Facebook, Regulation And Fake NewsJune 18, 2019
RTDNAWant to Build Audience Trust? Try Using This BoxMay 23, 2019
INMAResearch: Covering political “outrage news” can backfireMay 21, 2019
EngadgetKilling comments won’t cure our toxic internet cultureMay 3, 2019
INMANewsrooms should explain their processes to build audience trustMarch 26, 2019
PoynterJournalists called into question; Apple’s big news; why the Times won’t playMarch 26, 2019
INSIGHT Into DiversityJournalism Schools Find New Approaches to Covering Underrepresented AudiencesMarch 22, 2019
FIPP – Connecting Global MediaChart of the week: How can newspapers build trust?”March 4, 2019
Nieman LabWant to build trust with readers? Try adding a box that explains the story processFebruary 26, 2019
RTDNAWhy online comments go bad (and how to make them better)February 19, 2019
INMAResearch highlights role of newsrooms in politically divided United StatesFebruary 17, 2019
RTDNASubscription Strategies: Drawing in New SubscribersFebruary 13, 2019
Texas ObserverNo News is Bad NewsFebruary 11, 2019 trolls: how their words can taint your brandFebruary 5, 2019
American Press InstituteHow online comments can damage readers’ perceptions of your entire newsroomJanuary 25, 2019
PoliticoHow Chicago’s “J-school of the Streets” is Reinventing Local NewsJanuary 24, 2019
Nieman LabIt doesn’t take a ton of nasty comments to sink a reader’s perception of a news siteJanuary 24, 2019
INMAResearch: E-mail subscription offers perform better than Facebook adsJanuary 24, 2019
Radio Television Digital News AssociationHow newsrooms can build bridges and burst bubblesJanuary 13, 2019
ijnetLecciones sobre engagement para aplicar en 2019January 2, 2019
Nieman LabPivot to PeopleJanuary 1, 2019
Monterey County WeeklyThe Buzz 12.13.18December 13, 2018
Waunakee TribuneExpert examines fake news and divisionDecember 7, 2018
Phoenix Business JournalFrom the Editor: Quick! Try to spot the fake news headlineNovember 30, 2018
FortuneHave a Negative Opinion of News Media? You’re Less Likely to Spot Fake News, Study ShowsNovember 19, 2018
Nieman LabIf you hate the media, you’re more likely to be fooled by a fake headlineNovember 19, 2018
Nieman Lab25 Newsrooms have attempted to bridge divisions- in person. Here’s what they’ve learnedNovember 14, 2018
PúblicoEstará o Facebook a ganhar a luta contra as notícias falsas?October 25, 2018
Digital Context NextStrategies to drive audience recirculation on your news siteOctober 10, 2018
Nieman LabJust because clickthrough rates are low doesn’t mean you can’t do anything about themSeptember 27, 2018
Nieman LabWhat works (and doesn’t) for advertising your news organization’s subscriptionsSeptember 5, 2018
News Co/LabA first look at our community surveysAugust 27, 2018
Nieman LabIs there really data that heavy Facebook use caused…erm, is correlated with…erm, is linked to real-life hate crimes?August 24, 2018