Tag: corrections

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News Co/Lab at ONA: Helping Corrections Catch Up To Mistakes

At the upcoming ONA conference, the News Co/Lab will discuss its new project to help modernize journalistic corrections — leading to greater trust in journalism and deeper connections between newsrooms and the communities they serve.

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Cronkite School Initiative Receives $200k Gift from Craig Newmark Philanthropies

The support from organization of craigslist founder will help the News Co/Lab fight misinformation, improve journalistic corrections.

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Bringing news corrections further into the Digital Age: a new project

The ASU News Co/Lab is going deep on corrections. Not jails and prisons, but the mea culpas journalists offer when they’ve erred in their public work.

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Helping corrections catch up to mistakes in a social media world

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram published a column that turned out to be wrong. What happened next was the catalyst for an experiment in journalistic transparency that we believe has huge potential.

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Boosting community news literacy: AEJMC presentation

Dan and Kristy discussed the importance of promoting community news literacy and engagement at the Association for Journalism and Mass Communication conference in Washington D.C. 

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Kansas City update: corrections, FAQ, and more

If transparency is an essential principle for a news organization, nowhere is that more important than in how it handles corrections. A team at The Kansas City Star aims to help their newsroom be a leader in the news industry in doing this right. Before I tell you more, meet the members of a Star […]

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