Webinar: Doing More With Less in Your Newsroom 11/10/17

As our industry continues to contract, our inclination is to try to do everything we always did with fewer resources. If you find yourself and everyone else in your newsroom stretched and frayed, you need a newsroom reset. Jean Hodges of GateHouse Media talks about how to set priorities to match your audience, explore planning techniques to work smarter and use analytics to inform your decisions.


Webinar: Free and Cheap Tools Your Newsroom Should Use 11/10/17

Our audience wants to interact with journalism, which can take time and money to develop. This webinar will introduce you to a host of tools available to help you and your newsroom with mapping, building interactive timelines, producing quick videos, social videos and more.


Standardizing expectations 9/30/14

By Jane Nicholes

Annual editorial evaluations at papers published by Southern Newspapers, Inc., are leading to better print products. Download SNI's standards and use them to evaluate your own paper.


Newsroom architecture, online pay models and audience connection 12/5/13

By the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute

In this week's Futures Lab update, the Reynolds Journalism Institute explores how newsroom design might affect coverage, how to connect stories with their proper audience and how The New York Times made its pay model work.


10 Commandments of local news coverage 7/3/13

Bill Ketter, vice president/news for CNHI, offers these tips for improving local news coverage.