Nieman Lab | Here’s how 13 news outlets are using LinkedIn newsletters

LinkedIn has been experimenting with newsletters as a way for individuals and companies to connect with readers. There are more than 143,000 newsletters on the platform, with over 500 million subscribers. Read the article here.

WAN IFRA | What we lose when feminist publications die

There is a pressing need for everyone to understand the roots and consequences of gender inequality, not least because of the vast and growing manosphere online, writes Megan Clement, editor and co-founder of the Gender Beat. Read the article here.

The Conversation | The news is fading from sight on big social media platforms – where does that leave journalism?

The big tech companies are de-prioritising news content, making it harder for citizens to find verified information produced by journalists. Arguably, the threat isn’t necessarily existential. News companies are also leaving social media platforms, potentially claiming back some control and building resilience into their revenue models. Read the article here.

The Fix Media | Mistakes news organisations make

The most profound mistake, no doubt, is failing to come up with a working business model that aligns with your editorial mission. Read the article here.

Time Magazine | The journalists covering — and living — the Gaza war

At least 63 journalists have been killed covering the war, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists, in what has been the deadliest month for journalists since the NGO began tracking journalist casualties in 1992. Read the article here.

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