News-to-Table is Pressland’s digital trade publication dedicated to the issues of media trust and transparency. The site is updated weekly with features, reports and interviews that explore changing expectations and norms at every stage of the journalism supply chain.
"N2T" is edited by veteran journalist Alexander Zaitchik, and we count a number of notable media reporters among our growing roster of writers. We actively recruit new contributors from Study Hall, an official Pressland partner and the nation’s fastest-growing network of writers and editors.
As News-to-Table's publisher, Pressland is committed to: paying above-market rates, paying our writers promptly and without hassle, and preserving their intellectual property rights. In September, reporting by N2T contributors Benjamin Powers and Tyler Kingkade (writing for The Daily Dot) was instrumental in LinkedIn's decision to expand freelancer access to their "LinkedIn for Journalists" upgrade program.
Facebook, Google and Twitter face pressure to regulate state-funded media ops seeking to game the Internet. But which ones, and how?
By Nithin Coca
Text-message interviews with big-name sources are on the rise. But are they as authentic and transparent as boosters claim?
By Audrey Carleton
A new generation of non-traditional reporters and start-ups dare to suggest the graveyard rumors are overstated.
By Thomas Maier
Late and missing payments upend lives and deplete the ranks of non-wealthy journalists. Is an organized response underway?
By Tatiana Walk-Morris
What a struggling Western community taught me about reporting outside the bubble in a time of industry tumult.
By Jill Rothenberg
The arrest of Bay Area freelancer Bryan Carmody after he published leaked SFPD documents has national implications for a free press.
By Jim Knipfel
Invisible labor and the undervaluing of cultural criticism in the journalism economy.
By Rebecca Bodenheimer
If technology destroyed the profit model that supported news, maybe the answer isn’t chasing technology, but dropping the profit model.
By Nicole Rupersburg
An interview with Michael Baginski, a journalist with autism and labor advocate who is raising the profile of neurological disabilities.