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Articles from Nieman Reports (March 22, 2016)

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"Acel did not do things in a small way". Obituary 470
"Saying what needs to be said". 531
Access for all: how newsrooms are trying to design sites that are easier for everyone to navigate. Fitzgerald, Michael 2044
Adjusting the frame: how journalists and artists are finding complementary ways to tell stories and engage audiences. Blanding, Michael 4106
Becoming visible: mainstream and tribal news outlets are changing the ways they cover Native American issues--for the better. Marcus, Jon 3485
Eight knight visiting Nieman fellows named. 411
Eyes on the prize: administrator Mike Pride, NF '85, balances past, present, and future in the Pulitzers centennial year. Pride, Mike 520
Finding wisdom in the crowd: Molly Bingham, NF '05, president and CEO of the D.C. nonprofit orb, is part of a team developing a tool to create scientifically sound DIY surveys. Bingham, Molly Brief article 310
Gabriel Dance of The Marshall Project: "we don't care where you see our content": The Marshall Project's managing editor on the imperative of platform-specific stories, the supremacy of video, and why he likes to work with Collaborators. Interview 1396
Let's talk: by making the news a conversation, journalists can better serve the communities they cover. Guzman, Monica Editorial 833
Loathing on the campaign trail: once again, the media discover that there's no substitute for talking to voters. Lipinski, Ann Marie 935
Neither heroes nor victims: covering the disability community with sensitivity--and without sensationalism. Belmaker, Genevieve; Carlson, Eryn M. 3374
News is a public good: so, in this excerpt from her new book "Saving the Media: Capitalism, Crowdfunding, and Democracy," Julia Cage argues that journalism outlets should be granted "non-profit media organization" status. Cage, Julia Book review 2592
Nieman notes. 722
No veteran left behind: Finbarr O'Reilly, NF '13, joins with a Marine to drive conversation about war's impact. O'Reilly, Finbarr 489
On the trail: having failed to foretell Trump's rise and facing mounting public disaffection, newsrooms are rethinking how to cover campaigns. Eilperin, Juliet 6127
Research and reporting: why understanding how science works is important for all reporters, not just science journalists. Raeburn, Paul 2552
Seen and heard: the obstacles, opportunities, and latent prejudice faced by journalists with disabilities. Hackman, Michelle Column 1708
The future of fact-checking: new fact-checking projects use advanced technologies to automate and accelerate the process. Walk-Morris, Tatiana 1019
The new media monopoly: as online news outlets concentrate in New York and other major cities, journalism faces an imperative to think differently. Benton, Joshua Column 1289

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