Journalism [noun]

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“We’re not going to be bullied or intimidated out of pursuing critical journalism,” tweeted Emily Ramshaw, co-founder and CEO of the 19th.

Jordan Michelman is a 2020 James Beard Award winner for journalism, and a 2020 Louis Roederer International Wine Writers’ Awards shortlist in the Emerging Wine Writer category.

This column was originally published in Not Shutting Up, a newsletter about the issues facing journalism and democracy.

Even after returning to journalism—famous for overflowing notebooks and inboxes—I stuck with a system and never looked back.

ProPublica launched the Local Reporting Network at the beginning of 2018 to boost investigative journalism in local newsrooms.

Most of all, you’ll be ensuring that we can continue producing great journalism for you on all platforms for another 100 years.

This provides Google with significant commercial returns without paying a single cent for the creation of that journalism.

Instead the organization sits somewhere in the middle, with a focus on journalism outlets that can operate sustainable businesses, according to Columbia Journalism Review.

Rather than expand spying, we can fight domestic extremism through better national leadership, citizen journalism and police reform.

Their journalism is some of the most important & best in the world, & they need to be read widely.