Resources are available for journalists who are feeling stressed, exhausted and burned-out to learn self-care techniques, cope with the emotional demands of their stories, help identify potentially serious mental health issues within themselves and others, and find professional support. Resources are also available for broadcast leaders to help develop best practices that promote the mental and emotional well-being of their newsrooms.
In support of the launch of the 988 suicide prevention and crisis hotline, Audacy is providing public service announcements in English and Spanish, which can be previewed and download using the links below.
988, America’s suicide prevention and mental health crisis lifeline. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration is providing a partner toolkit to ensure there is a clear understanding about what 988 is and how it will work.View the Toolkit
Save.org and Cisco have joined forces to support journalists and content creators to reduce the risk of suicide contagion that happens when reporting best practices are not followed.View the Tool
NAB is gravely concerned about acts of violence against journalists while covering protests or simply doing their jobs in local communities. Click below for resources to help stations navigate dangerous situations.Resources for Broadcasters
NAB and the NAB Leadership Foundation have worked closely with broadcast journalists, station managers, news industry leaders and journalism educators to create a toolkit with guidelines for reporting on sensitive matters of race and religion. Click the button below to access the Reporting on Race toolkit.Awareness in Reporting Toolkit