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  1. How to Be an Ally in the Newsroom

    By Emma Carew Grovum

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    Step outside your comfort zone, step up to support your friends and colleagues, and act boldly to advocate for inclusion.

  2. Event Roundup, April 22

    By Erika Owens

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    Deadline time for SRCCON, plus lots of upcoming events

  3. Hacking Our Hiring: Let’s Talk About Screening

    By Tiff Fehr

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    The fourth in a series of in-depth breakdowns, all about hiring at The New York Times Interactive News Team.

  4. Event Roundup, April 15

    By Erika Owens

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    A bunch of meetups coming up, plus our SRCCON call for participation is now open!

  5. Why National Editors Should Connect with Local Reporters

    By Dana Amihere

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    How and why national news orgs should find local reporters to cover stories in their own communities.

  6. Hacking Our Hiring: Are Cover Letters Really Necessary?

    By Tiff Fehr

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    Part of our in-depth series on making hiring better for everyone.

  7. Things You Made, April 5

    By Lindsay Muscato

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    Our regular biweekly roundup.

  8. Hacking Our Hiring, Pt. 2: How to Screen Better

    By Tiff Fehr

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    The second in a series of in-depth breakdowns, all about hiring at The New York Times Interactive News Team.

  9. Event Roundup, April 1

    By Erika Owens

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    Journalists gather this week in Perugia, plus upcoming deadlines.

  10. Hacking Our Hiring: Why You Need to Plan Better

    By Tiff Fehr

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    The first in a series of in-depth breakdowns, all about hiring at The New York Times.

  11. Event Roundup, March 25

    By Erika Owens

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    Lots of meetups, plus the Data Journalism Awards deadline is coming up soon!

  12. Things You Made, March 22

    By Lindsay Muscato

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    Our regular biweekly roundup of projects from around the journalism and code community.

  13. The Totally Incomplete Guide to Finding and Publishing Data

    By Amanda Hickman

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    Whether you’re a seasoned data journalist or brand new to thinking about data as a source in your reporting, there are exceptional places to find data that you may never have considered.

  14. Event Roundup, March 18

    By Erika Owens

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    Deadline for ONA suggestions, plus a bunch of upcoming meetups.

  15. Event Roundup, March 11

    By Erika Owens

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    Deadlines for mentorship and scholarship programs, plus upcoming events.

  16. Things You Made, March 8

    By Lindsay Muscato

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    Our regular biweekly roundup.

  17. How We Built the News Briefing our Audience Wanted to Hear

    By Jessica Morrison

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    A new approach to product development: how we stopped building for our audience and started building with them.

  18. Event Roundup, March 4

    By Erika Owens

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    Folks are heading to Newport Beach this week for NICAR, plus a bunch of applications and conferences looking for your contributions.

  19. How We Mapped More Than 100 Years Of Wildfire History

    By Chris Hagan and Emily Zentner

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    Quantifying chaos: building Capital Public Radio’s California Wildfire History map using a CalFire geodatabase, MapBox and a whole lot of Google searching.

  20. Event Roundup, February 25

    By Erika Owens

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    NICAR is just one week away, plus livestream from Knight Media Forum, and more.

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