Posts From Amy Wu

Lessons from Online News Association, 2017

Midway through the Online News Association (ONA’s) annual confab in Washington D.C. in October, I realized

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Reporting Cannabis: 5 New Story Ideas

In California’s Monterey County, where until recently I lived and reported, the cannabis industry has been

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Survive and Thrive in a Shrinking Newsroom, Part 5

After 23 years of reporting from such far-flung spots as Rochester,  San Francisco and Hong Kong, Amy

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Survive and Thrive in a Shrinking Newsroom, Part 4

After 23 years of reporting from such far-flung spots as Rochester,  San Francisco and Hong Kong, Amy

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Survive and Thrive in a Shrinking Newsroom, Part 3

After 23 years of reporting from such far-flung spots as Rochester,  San Francisco and Hong Kong, Amy

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Survive and Thrive in the Shrinking Newsroom, Part 2

After 23 years of reporting from such far-flung spots as Rochester,  San Francisco and Hong Kong, Amy

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Survive and Thrive in a Shrinking Newsroom, Part 1

After 23 years of reporting from such far-flung spots as Rochester,  San Francisco and Hong Kong, Amy

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Explaining Community News to Your Community

I was recently tapped by the Democratic Women of Monterey County (DWMC) to join their panel

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Newsroom Labs and Journalist Inventors

Journalists and editors have been asking themselves the same questions for years now. How can we

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Reporter’s Refresher: Fact-Checking Pointers

In the fast-paced digital newsroom it’s easy to forget one of the most critical basics  in

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