The National Press Club Journalism Institute is serving the community with coronavirus support through a new weekday newsletter, reported stories, a virtual Library, online programming, and a March Madness substitute: Book Brackets.
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- March 31, 2020: CNN’s Cuomo quarantined; your legal rights when covering the outbreak; reporting takeaways from S. Korea
- March 30, 2020: Gannett furloughs, Tampa Bay Times cuts print; When your team is hurting; Reporting on the ‘invisible’ campaign
- March 27, 2020: “A relationship forged in fire”; WFH bingo; News “essential” in 29 states — and so is student journalism
- March 26, 2020: A risk scientist’s tips for journalists; How to be an instant editor; First-person accounts from reporters
- March 25, 2020: Politics readers still want their Fix; How to be a manager who ‘gets it’; AI & COVID-19 ideas
- March 24, 2020: Post’s Von Drehle on surviving COVID-19; New questions for religion reporters; WFH ergonomics
- March 23, 2020: New case at New York Times; Editor memos that work; Graphics to share; COVID-19 & FOIA
- March 20, 2020: 1st news staffer coronavirus death; handling real conflict virtually; ‘Nobody recovers in isolation’
- March 19, 2020: How student journalists stay local; Help your team be resilient; Book Brackets sub in for March Madness
- March 18, 2020: Photojournalists describe the frontlines; WaPo simulation draws reader thanks; Meteorologist: ‘Learning shouldn’t stop’
- March 17, 2020: What *not* to call the coronavirus; Information is currency for managers; Explain your story choices
- March 16, 2020: Will COVID-19 grow-subscriptions? Next-wave coverage plans; Put down your phone, really.
- March 13, 2020: How sports journalists are adapting; Communicating remotely with your boss; ‘This is our calling’
- March 12, 2020: Why everyone is sharing *that* graphic; ‘the Olympics of explanatory journalism’; Classified coronavirus meetings
- Your legal rights: How to respond if police or health officials challenge coronavirus reporting
- Foreign correspondent shares coronavirus coverage lessons from South Korea
- How the Inquirer is covering the ‘invisible’ presidential campaign
- University of Alabama journalists find sources – and community – when campus is closed
- Coronavirus community engagement can create relationships ‘forged in fire’
- Risk scientist explains how journalists can help communities make fact-based decisions
- Post readers still want their Fix of politics news ‘as a kind of escape’ from coronavirus
- How the Journal Sentinel’s DC bureau chief is covering politics during the pandemic
- Religion reporting in a time of coronavirus
- Graphic artist shares his coronavirus work (and design tips)
- We’re not ‘trying’ to do journalism, we’re doing it, says student editor
- ‘You are not alone’: Photojournalists share tips from the coronavirus frontlines
- From idea to graphic – how the Washington Post visualized the spread of a virus
- How the pandemic changed the Chicago Tribune’s Democratic primary coverage
- Meteorologist starts online weather classes for students stuck at home
- For sports journalists, the game is still on
- COVID-19 cracks small holes in paywalls
- When they’re hurting
- Work from home Bingo
- You’re an “Instant Editor” – what now?
- How can I show I’m a manager who ‘gets it’?
- 16 top leaders share tips for supporting newsrooms
- How do I find the right words to encourage the team?
- How do we resolve real conflict in a virtual newsroom?
- How do leaders help us stay resilient?
- How can journalists stay focused on deadlines with distractions at home (and without working all the time)?
- Leadership tips for sending messages
- How should smart managers be looking ahead?
- Communicating clearly during a crisis
- Online programs coming soon
- Video replay: Journalists asked questions about how to responsibly cover the coronavirus epidemic at a panel discussion Monday, February 10 at the National Press Club with Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases and the spokesperson for the CDC’s response, along with others.
- You can access Eric Friedheim National Journalism Library resources, including Lexis Nexis and other directories and databases, by joining our Slack channel. For access, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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