Republishing Guidelines

 

The Tribune’s goal is to educate and engage Texans. That’s why you’re welcome to republish our articles and graphics for free using the following ground rules. (Please let us know if you republish our stories; it makes us happy!)

 

Here’s what you need to know:

 

Story Republishing Guidelines

1. You must give us credit, ideally in this format: "by Aman Batheja, The Texas Tribune." 

2. If you publish online, you must include the links from the story, and a link to texastribune.org

3. It's fine to change the story to suit your in-house style (for example, using "Beaumont, Tex." instead of "Beaumont.") 

4. If you make changes that are more significant than style tweaks — such as adding a comment from a local official — you need to include a note like this: "Additional reporting by the Rosebud Reporter." 

5. You can publish our photos and graphics with the stories with which they originally appeared. For any other uses, you must seek permission from our art department, art@texastribune.org

6. When possible, include the following: The Texas Tribune is a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues. 

7. If you share the story on social media, please mention @TexasTribune (Twitter and Facebook) and @Texas_Tribune (Instagram

8. Don't sell the story. 

9. Don't sell ads against the story. Feel free, however, to publish it on a page surrounded by ads you've already sold. 

 

 

Multimedia Republishing Guidelines

We encourage you to republish our best online video content, photographs, images and multimedia packages – all we ask is that you follow these multimedia republishing guidelines.

 

1. You must give us credit, ideally in this format: "by Aman Batheja, The Texas Tribune." For on-air use, please introduce video packages as "(Reporter) with our political reporting partner, The Texas Tribune..." 

2. If you publish online, you must include the links from the story, and a link to texastribune.org

3. For multimedia, you can't change video or audio packages in any way (included shortening) without receiving clear approval from Tribune editors. In a squeeze? Email multimedia@texastribune.org. If you've been given approval to shorten Tribune content to run as an anchor voice over VOSOT, please provide a verbal or visual curtsey credit — verbal: i.e. "Our partners at the Texas Tribune were there to cover xyz." For visual credit, include a 'courtsey: Texas Tribune' appear on the video. 

4. If you make changes that are more significant than style tweaks — such as adding a comment from a local official — you need to include a note like this: "Additional reporting by the Rosebud Reporter." 

5. You can publish our photos and graphics with the stories with which they originally appeared. For any other uses, you must seek permission from our art department, art@texastribune.org, as we do not always have the copyrights to pass along. 

6. When possible, include the following: The Texas Tribune is a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues. 

7. If you share the story on social media, please mention @TexasTribune (Twitter and Facebook) and @Texas_Tribune (Instagram

8. Don't sell the story. 

9. Don't sell ads against the story. Feel free, however, to publish it on a page surrounded by ads you've already sold. 

10. If we send you a request to change or remove Tribune content from your site or on-air, you must agree to do so immediately. 

 

For questions regarding The Texas Tribune’s republishing guidelines, please contact Natalie Choate, director of media relations and partnerships, at nchoate@texastribune.org.

 

 

TribTalk Republishing Guidelines

 

We encourage you to republish TribTalk's pointed, provocative perspectives – all we ask is that you follow these multimedia republishing guidelines.

 

1. Publish the author's name and title as written on the original column, and give credit (and a link back, if possible) to TribTalk.org

2. Don't change the column in any way. 

3. You can republish TribTalk photos and graphics as long as you're running them on the column with which they originally appeared. If you want to run a photo or graphic apart from the column, email our art department or TribTalk editor Ross Ramsey for permissions guidelines. 

4. Don't resell the column. 

5. Don't sell ads against the column. Feel free, however, to publish it on a page surrounded by ads you've already sold. 

6. If we send you a request to change or remove Tribune content from your site, you must agree to do so immediately. 
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Email TribTalk Editor Ross Ramsey or email Director of Media Relations and Partnerships Natalie Choate or call 512-716-8640 to republish TribTalk columns today.