With the revenue strategies of news organizations evolving, so are the structures and demands on the people creating new ways of sustaining news. This report from The American Journalism Project in partnership with Impact Architects and The News Revenue Hub details how a handful are accomplishing their revenue work and rounds up resources for operations and hiring.
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This rundown of funders who back individual reporting projects and industry-changing innovation in local journalism is a helpful leg up for non-profit and for-profit news organizations exploring foundation support. It also includes links out to comprehensive resources for exploring foundation funding.
The highlights of a working paper on digital newsroom best practices, culled from interviews with editors at top news organizations.
Though focused primarily on accountability stories, this piece walks through key assets and audience needs to consider when writing something in an alternative format, too.
A broad overview of the potential of immersive digital stories, with data surrounding their success with readers.
Documents, speeches and transcripts can be useful show-your-work types of content for the audience, but annotations from reporters add context and value.
Framed through one big immersive project, the digital team at this local TV station talks about how they approached the production.
An in-depth explanation of creating and using gifs to add fun and visual relevance to digital storytelling.
The story of Greenland’s melting icy landscape relies heavily on data visualizations, but combining them with solid reporting and stunning photography takes this immersive digital piece to another level.