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  1. How to Make Evergreen Content Work for Your Newsroom

    By Haley Correll

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    Make your existing content live on and on, with a simple spreadsheet.

  2. Event Roundup, June 3

    By Erika Owens

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    Join us for a discussion at IRE next week, plus a bunch of upcoming meetups and deadlines.

  3. Things You Made, May 31

    By Lindsay Muscato

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    Our latest biweekly roundup of projects and updates.

  4. Hacking Our Hiring: What You Can Do Right Now

    By Tiff Fehr

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    Suggestions for getting started, if you want to hack your hiring based on our series.

  5. Event Roundup, May 20

    By Erika Owens

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    So many upcoming deadlines, including for API’s Community Listening Fellowship. Plus, many meetups.

  6. Rituals, Norms and Other Ways to Build a Healthy Work Culture

    By Brittany Mayes

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    How to lay the groundwork for a healthy team at work.

  7. Things You Made, May 17

    By Lindsay Muscato

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    Our latest biweekly roundup of projects and updates.

  8. Why We Issued a Newsroom Diversity Report on Day One

    By Erika Owens

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    Our conversation with Audrey Carlsen and Hasani Gittens of The City.

  9. Event Roundup, May 13

    By Erika Owens

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    It’s the Collaborative Journalism Summit this week, plus a bunch of upcoming deadlines.

  10. Hacking Our Hiring: Fair & Useful In-Person Interviews

    By Tiff Fehr

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

  11. Our Database of Troubled Cops, and How You Can Help

    By Matt Wynn

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    So far, we’ve collected more than 220,000 records detailing the troubles of police, and the collection continues to grow. The data is already being shared with reporters across the USA TODAY Network of more than 100 newsrooms coast to coast. Now we’re making the same information available to you.

  12. Things You Made, May 3

    By Lindsay Muscato

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    Our regular biweekly roundup.

  13. A Dinner for Journalists Means More Power at the Table

    By Shira Stein

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    An easy way to build community starts with an invite to a casual, home-cooked meal.

  14. How to Keep Going: Lessons from Reporting “Heartbroken”

    By Neil Bedi

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    We spent most of 2018 knocking our heads against one reporting challenge after the other. Here’s how we kept going, on our Pulitzer-nominated series.

  15. Event Roundup, April 29

    By Erika Owens

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    The Data Institute deadline is this week, plus other events and happenings.

  16. Introducing Workbench, an Open Source Platform

    By Pierre Conti, Adam Hooper, and Jonathan Stray

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    Five great things you can do with Workbench, whether you want to scrape a site, clean data, analyze data, or learn data journalism without code.

  17. 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.

  18. Event Roundup, April 22

    By Erika Owens

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    Deadline time for SRCCON, plus lots of upcoming events

  19. 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.

  20. 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!

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