Newsletters! They may be nothing new or novel, but they’ve proven to be an easy way to stay on top of the latest in the news industry. With so many to choose from, we’ve picked some informative and free media newsletters to subscribe to.
Muck Rack Daily
The Muck Rack Daily gives a solid overview of what journalists are talking about on Twitter. They also have job announcements and latest trainings.
Nieman Lab Daily Digest
Nieman Lab covers everything from audience and social media to reporting and production. Get their daily email of their latest content over the past 24 hours right to your inbox.
American Press Institute
The American Press Institute daily newsletter is filled with think-pieces, but also top journalism tips for reporting and fact checking from the field.
Want to find out the latest from Europe in the media? Look no further than the Eurotopics newsletter. Subscribe to their European press review and get updates by late morning.
For the latest in journalism jobs in the UK and beyond, why not subscribe to the Journalism.co.uk newsletter. You’ll keep abreast of the latest digital storytelling innovation happening in newsrooms and the field.
6 useful resources for journalists covering Covid-19
With a global pandemic spreading throughout the world, journalists are under increasing pressure to report accurate and relevant news for the masses. Often when covering a crisis, those on the reporting frontlines compromise their physical safety and mental health. To show some solidarity, the Advocacy Assembly team curated a list of useful resources from other organisations leading the way on this.
5 ways to find data for your next story
Data journalism is fast becoming a big trend in newsrooms across the globe. However, data isn’t always so easy to find. Here are five ways to get data for your next article.