Catch up on the week’s media news, including Chris Wallace’s new Sunday show for CNN and a new EIC at Eater.
Tagged: fact checking
Media Insider: Google Gives $3 Million to News Orgs, Feds Investigate Threats on Journalists, Bustle Explores Going Public
Also among the top media stories of the week, Matt Thompson was named editor of NYT’s new journalism venture, Headway.
Media Insider: Axios Returns PPP Loan, Publishers Increase Facebook Ads, LMA Launches Chicago News Collaborative
Also in the week’s media news roundup: Curbed will merge into New York Mag.
Media Insider: Coronavirus News Consumption Surges, Facebook Launches Grant Program for Local Newsrooms, Plain Dealer Cuts Staff
This week’s media news wrap-up is all about COVID-19 and its impacts on paywalls, jobs, ad budgets, and acquisitions.
Media Insider: Condé Nast Forms Branded Studios, Britain to Regulate Content, Reuters and Facebook Partner in Fact-Checking
Lawmakers are proposing changes to California’s new law impacting freelancers. Read more in our weekly media news recap.
Media Insider: Gannett/GateHouse Merge, Fact-Checkers Lose More Digital Tools, Entercom Invests in Podcasts
In addition to the Gannett/GateHouse merger news, this week saw layoffs at NPR and an investment from the Knight Foundation in newsroom diversity.
Media Insider: Vox Acquires Epic Magazine, HuffPost Launches HuffPost Plus, Why Fact-Checkers Couldn’t Contain Misinformation About The Notre Dame Fire
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week, including news from Digiday and HuffPost.
Media Insider: Google Launches Search Engine for Fact-Checks, Democrats Push for ‘Internet Bill of Rights,’ iHeartMedia to Invest in High Times
Also in the weekly media news recap, Tronc is out and Tribune Publishing is back in.
We’re adding to our fact-checking series with some new tools for journalists and content creators to utilize to build trust with audiences.
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In our final fact-checking installment, we’re reviewing where you can learn more about verification best practices.
In Part 3 of our fact-checking series, we look at some online tools to help journalists understand what’s happening minute to minute.
Part 2 of our fact-checking series highlights three tools specifically geared toward verifying content on social media.
There’s added pressure on the media to report news more quickly than ever, which can lead to mistakes and serious consequences.