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Masks: A booming industry

The coronavirus pandemic has had a significant impact on many industries. However, times like these call for creativity and forward thinking in order to make the most of a difficult

Learning to use Tweetdeck can help reporters stay on top of breaking news. (Logo courtesy of Twitter)

Accounts to follow for covering health care

Even without a pandemic, health and the business of health care are always a hot topic issue. With lots of jargon and ever changing information, it can seem like a

We still don’t understand the covid-19 numbers

It’s been, what, five months since the early news of Covid-19 spreading? Numbers are at the heart of explaining it all, whether enumerating people infected, deaths, or economic and social

Tips on writing about COVID-19

As readers cope with new realities in response to COVID-19, providing them with clear and accurate information is more important than ever. AP Stylebook held a Twitter chat on March

Covering the growing popularity of CBD products

The Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 (aka the Farm Bill) legalized the cultivation of hemp and the sale of hemp products, within some legal parameters. Previously, hemp had been classified

Localizing the economic impact of Coronavirus

The recent coronavirus outbreak has obviously impacted Chinese businesses, as factories remain closed and offices encourage employees to work from home. Experts worry that in addition to the rising death toll from

The trove of U.S. Census Bureau stories

The U.S. Census Bureau is one of the valuable tools a journalist can use. It can be a supplemental element to everyday business stories, as well as a reliable annual

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