NiemanLab predictions for journalism 2023. Each year, we ask some of the smartest people in journalism and media what they think is coming in the next 12 months. At the end of a trying 2022, here’s what they had to say.
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In rare reports on the Adani empire, a reminder of independent media’s significance. The choice of stories highlighted and ignored each day suggests Indian mainstream media is treading on eggshells.
An overdue generational shift is changing how journalists manage traumatic stories. The stoicism that reporters once mustered when covering tragedies is giving way to a new public candor.
What type of news coverage works best on YouTube? Tips for success on YouTube that have worked for news organizations around the world.
The 2023 Sigma Awards for data journalism. Striding into its fourth year, the Sigma Awards celebrates the best data journalism from around the world. It’s also here to empower, elevate and enlighten the global community of data journalists.
In jail, in exile, or burned out. The state of Belarusian independent media as we head into 2023.
Forensic tools open new front for using phone data to prosecute journalists. Mobile device forensics tools can recover deleted data, as well as lots of data that isn’t visible to the naked eye when scrolling.
Startups Lab in the Middle East and North Africa. The International Center for Journalists is partnering with Google News Initiative to implement a Startups Lab to strengthen a culture of independent news media in the Middle East and North Africa.
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