Clarissa Ward And Reporters Who Covered Ukraine War Named Poynter’s ‘Media Persons Of The Year’

“The list of every reporter in Ukraine and Russia is too long to name here,” the publisher wrote. “But all should be saluted.”

Poynter To Honor Chris Wallace At Its Fundraising Gala

Poynter, Google To Help Local Newsrooms Reach Younger Audiences

The Poynter Institute and Google News Initiative are teaming up to help three local newsrooms reach new, young audiences through engaging, shareable social video storytelling. The yearlong program, VidSpark, will […]

Univision, Poynter Team Up To Fight Misinformation

What Poynter’s Going To Do With $5 Million For Journalism Ethics

Poynter Launching Podcast On Fact-Checking, Misinformation

Poynter Develops New Drone Journalism Ethics

Poynter Picks 21 News Orgs For Innovation Program

Poynter To Honor Judy Woodruff With Lifetime Award

Poynter Gets $1M For Journalism Ethics Chair

Poynter, Google, SPJ To Offer Digital Training

Warren To Be Poynter Chief Media Correspondent

Seth Liss Is Poynter’s New Digital Editor

Poynter Institute Facing Financial Squeeze

The Poynter Institute for Media Studies in St. Petersburg is turning to new funding options as officials acknowledge their traditional source, the Tampa Bay Times, can no longer finance its parent organization. The nonprofit Poynter Institute is recruiting new philanthropy experts, launching a massive fundraising drive and exploring land sales as financial support from the St. Petersburg-based newspaper is “no longer viable.”

Romenesko Quits Poynter Over Attribution Flap

Romenesko Announces His Semi-Retirement