These examples explain how journalists do their jobs. Think about the decisions journalists are making and the process involved in individual stories. But also consider the bigger picture, such as company-wide or industry-wide policies and processes. Some examples include:
Accuracy and corrections • Breaking news • Labeling and explaining types of content • News literacy • Reporting process • Sourcing • Story selection • Why news matters • Wire service and partner content
See a few stand-out examples in this gallery, and scroll down for a longer list to get inspired.