The following article first appeared on Medium and was written by Paul Barron, a fifth-grade teacher at Don Jeter Elementary School in Manvel, Texas. I met Eric Ortiz at the […]
Editor’s note: This story is part of a three-part series on reinventing journalism in the mobile age. Part 1 looked at the “fake news” problem and how we protect freedom […]
Editor’s note: This story is part of a three-part series on reinventing journalism in the mobile age. Part I looked at the “fake news” problem and how we protect freedom […]
Editor’s note: Evrybit is an all-in-one app for journalism. Our mission is to inform and connect the world. In 1961, President John F. Kennedy delivered an address to the American […]
Many words have been written about the startup life. Few capture the essence of the struggle better than Latin poet Prudentius in the “Psychomachia,” or “Battle for the Soul of […]
History was made Tuesday—and not just because the first reality TV star was elected president of the United States. Evrybit partnered with seven college journalism programs in seven cities across America […]
Collaborate or die. That is the new reality for the news industry. The UNITY Chicago Media Summit demonstrated the power of collaboration. Evrybit partnered with UNITY: Journalists for Diversity to […]
Looking for journalism? The Excellence in Journalism 2015 conference in Orlando is a good place to find some. The event is a collaboration of the Society of Professional Journalists, Radio Television Digital […]
Detroit has a rich history. After falling on some hard times, the city is looking to come back stronger than ever. The same can be said for UNITY: Journalists for Diversity. […]
How should the media cover Arab Americans and Muslims? That was one of the many questions that was addressed at the UNITY Town Hall on Arab Americans held at the […]
I read an interesting headline the other day. A community of news: ProPublica expands crowdsourcing, exchanging expertise with other newsrooms Many words have been written about the demise of journalism, […]
Vision. Visibility. Voice. The V3 Conference had a full day of digital media programming at the Japanese American National Museum.
The best way to predict the future of news is invent it. Ask the 2015 John S. Knight Journalism Fellows at Stanford University.
Journalism is changing. Due to the meteoric rise of mobile, anyone can be a reporter now. The trend is only going to increase as more people get smartphones and continue to […]
Mobile journalism has been around for decades, but smartphones have opened up a whole new world of possibilities for news production and consumption. On Oct. 7 at the USC School […]