Those with years of experience in a newsroom have naturally learned a lot from working around their peers, but for those new to the business, they might be missing out by having to work from home.
Poynter is writing on the topic this week
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The political debate season is officially underway this week and Poynter is out with a primer to prepare journalists
While the candidates will get most of the attention, there will also be a lot of eyes on the moderators and how they manage the debate.
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The election could be an opportunity for newsrooms to build trust with their audiences, according to this article posted today by RTDNA
Lynn Walsh from Trusting News writes that its important to tell your audience the processes you use to produce fair and accurate work.
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Recruiting for newsrooms positions was already difficult before the pandemic, but COVID-19 has added a new level of complexity.
RTDNA published this article
this week from Andrew Seaman, Editor for Job Seekers & #GetHired at LinkedIn News that suggests four keys to recruiting during COVID-19.
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Wake Up Wisconsin anchor Josh Gregory is headed to Ohio.
Gregory’s last day at WAOW-TV in Wausau is Sept. 25. His next job is in Dayton where he’ll join WHIO as a producer.
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Wisconsin’s recently-enacted constitutional amendment known as Marcy’s Law, which establishes rights for crime victims, is under scrutiny from public records advocates who say the amendment is being over-interpreted by some law enforcement agencies.
The concerns are prompted by a decision by the Dodge County Sheriff to modify its daily incident... - MORE -
Jessob Reisbeck is joining the evening anchor team at CBS 58 (WDJT-TV) in Milwaukee.
Reisbeck will join Natalie Shepherd and Chief Meteorologist Drew Burgoyne on the CBS 58 News, weeknights at 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. and at 9 p.m. on WMLW The M.
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We have new FREE resources available to you and your newsrooms to prepare you for the upcoming election.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism and UW Center for Journalism Ethics has published a guide for reporters on covering election misinformation and disinformation.
Download the guide here [PDF].
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The Society of Professional Journalists released the following statement regarding a recently passed resolution:
The Society of Professional Journalists said in a resolution passed Saturday that it believes the controls on employee speech by government agencies have led to severe limitations on public scrutiny of those entities and to a
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WBAY-TV in Green Bay is updating its news set and adding two newscasts.
The Gray station is adding half hour newscasts at 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. bringing the station’s daily total of news hours to six. The 4:30 newscast will fit between existing newscasts at 4 and 5 p.m. ... - MORE -