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Working Remotely

I want to see us move forward with all of the insights and lessons we’ve learned

Jun 1, 2021

I realized that after more than a year living in a pandemic, trying to teach journalism and do journalism and be a parent, all in the same place, I’m really fatigued. What tires me the most is the ...

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It depends on state law if you can require employees to be vaccinated

Jun 1, 2021

Q. May we require our employees to demonstrate they have taken the vaccine as a condition of returning to work?

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Five ideas your paper can use to make money right now

Apr 1, 2021

Your ad staff doesn’t have to be naive. In fact, there are events coming up that make sense for signature pages.

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With half the staff in quarantine, we still got out the news

Dec 1, 2020

The last week of September, one of our staffers felt sick but thought it was simply the same change in health that comes with the drop in temperature. COVID-19 slowly and stealthily moved through our office. ...

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Relevant Point: Find alternative places for conversation

Jul 14, 2020

When I last checked Twitter, retweets had soared passed 3,100 and likes exceeded 2,300. Downes is a producer at WFTV in Orlando, Florida. 

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Tips to do great journalism from your home

Jul 1, 2020

Working successfully from home as a full-time journalist requires four critical concepts: self-discipline, regimentation, adhering to boundaries and maintaining production.

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In its first live-broadcast oral arguments, Supreme Court discusses several First Amendment issues

May 21, 2020

Lata Nott discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the court to shift to a remote teleconferencing format, opening up the court's inner workings to a larger audience allowing greater transparency ...

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Times Review Media Group responds to staff coronavirus positive by shifting to remote production

May 14, 2020

Andrew Olsen, publisher of Times Review Media Group, shared his response when four cases popped up in in Mattituck, New York ⁠— population 2,219 as of the 2010 Census ⁠—  ...

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College journalism students are living back at home now, and they are anxious to practice the skills they have learned

May 1, 2020

Most will not need to get paid if their college or university offers internship credit. You’ll have to take on a bit of paperwork in exchange. But I know many of my students willingly would work ...

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