We are the Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard. We're trying to figure out the future of news.
When it comes to the consolidation of local news companies, American worry a lot more about political bias than about newsroom cutbacks
One potential route to flagging fake news at scale: Linguistic analysis
The New York Times added 120 newsroom employees last year, and now employs an all-time high of 1,600 journalists
How Democrats (left) and Republicans (right) perceive the "net bias" in news organizations:
Andrew Yang, the most meme-able 2020 candidate, also wants to save journalism
That “$4.7 billion” number for how much money Google makes off the news industry? It’s imaginary