Planning sports coverage during the pandemic is tough, to say the least. Here’s a look at the (tentative) upcoming events for the remainder of 2020.
As we enter a back-to-school season during a global pandemic, these education news sites offer the latest data, trends, and advice for students, teachers, and parents.
These eight tools can help you improve your organization, story ideas, and even your overall writing skills without breaking the bank.
You may already be familiar with some finance news sites, but we have a few more that we think you should bookmark.
With so many dates and itineraries up in the air, it can be challenging to plan 2020 election stories ahead of time.
Itching to travel? Keep celebrating Carribean American Heritage Month and check out these blogs for excellent Caribbean travel advice.
Cut through the clutter and customize a newsfeed that’s tailored to your needs with PR Newswire for Journalists.
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Each month we highlight a select number of news sites under a timely category. Here are some of our favorites for Pride (and beyond).
As the meeting landscape shifts, these best practices will help journalists navigate whatever the event world’s new normal becomes.
For Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, here are seven sites offering engaging coverage of Asian American entertainment, lifestyle, and culture.
World Press Freedom Day is May 3 and like nearly everything else, press freedom around the world is being impacted by COVID-19.
Cision’s 2020 State of the Media report is our biggest one yet. Here are five takeaways before you download and dive into the full report.
For Earth Day, we’d like to share just a few articles from environmental journalists who are sharing important and compelling news.
There are tons of fantastic media and journalism newsletters out there. These are a few standouts.
As we approach #EarthDay2020 (and beyond), we’re recognizing outstanding environmental new sites.
Trust your gut. If something doesn’t check out, don’t publish.
While most in-person events have been canceled or postponed, there are still several virtual events available for bloggers, journalists, and content creators.
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting media events, jobs, and revenues. Here’s a recap of some of the effects coronavirus is having on journalists.
Which is correct: COVID-19 or coronavirus? We have AP Style reminders on this and other topics in our quarterly round-up.