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PART 4: MEDIA CO-CREATION WITH ON-LINE COMMUNITIES AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES

Increasingly, the term ‘community’ refers to online audiences and participants in story experiences. In this section, part, we’ll examine emerging technologies, with their accompanying opportunities and ethical challenges. We conclude with an overview of journalism that aims to explore a more hybrid, fluid, notion of co-creation, and its relationship […]
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Where can you find funding for that local journalism project? Here’s a quick guide

After a series on parental incarceration , Jonathan Bullington and Richard Webster got an email with an idea — apply for a fellowship that supports that kind of reporting. The NOLA.com | Times-Picayune reporters started thinking about what they’d cover. Their idea – what does exposure to violence do […]
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Listening and co-creation: 5 insights that will strengthen your engaged journalism

In the past year, our Engaged Journalism Accelerator programme has supported news organisations across Europe to kickstart and evolve promising models of engaged journalism — journalism that puts community engagement at its core, empowering communities and their conversations. Last week in Berlin, we gathered 140 practitioners from more than […]
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New England newspaper owner fights to save local journalism

In this Tuesday, April 9, 2019 photo a The Berkshire Eagle emblem is attached to a wall inside the newspaper, in Pittsfield, Mass. The paper now features a new 12-page lifestyle section for Sunday editions, a reconstituted editorial board, a new monthly magazine, and the newspaper print edition is […]
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What is a news ecosystem?

by Nancy Watzman, illustration by Joyce Rice We admit: the term “news ecosystem” may have a certain hypnotic effect, lighting up circuits in the typical human brain to file under “jargon.” However, at the Democracy Fund, systems thinking fuels our decision making, and we believe the concept of a […]
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News in a Digital Age

In what measurable ways did the style of news presentation in print journalism change between 1989 and 2017? In what measurable ways did the style of news presentation in broadcast journalism change between 1989 and 2017? How does the style of news presentation in broadcast journalism differ from the […]
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Cairncross: innovation in local newsrooms cannot wait any longer

Publishers and media organisations need to innovate faster to fight off competition and survive in a digital age, Dame Frances Cairncross warned at the PPA Festival (9 May 2019). The author of the independent Cairncross Review into a sustainable future for journalism added that the industry has been slow […]
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Cairncross: innovation in local newsrooms cannot wait any longer

Publishers and media organisations need to innovate faster to fight off competition and survive in a digital age, Dame Frances Cairncross warned at the PPA Festival (9 May 2019). The author of the independent Cairncross Review into a sustainable future for journalism added that the industry has been slow […]
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