Going beyond the guidelines to make your news more accessible
A conversation with Ab11y’s Charlie Turrell and Gareth Ford Williams.
Tools and tips to make your news site accessible
There are some good places to start, even if not everything works for you.
How we start building access for disabled journalists
Zoom, Calendly, Otter and other tools.
The Community Contributor Program Toolkit
Provide your community with broader, innovative coverage while involving community members in the newsmaking process.
Republication tracking requires both technical solutions and strong partnerships
A conversation with product engineer Abby Blachman.
How we cultivated interest in and collaboration for a community engagement program for a local newspaper
It takes more than an email to generate excitement and retention.
What to expect in our community-driven journalism and civic engagement guide
The Green Line and RJI are working together to develop a eight-step guidebook to help news publications increase loyalty and engagement among their audience members, as well as motivate them to take action on issues that matter to their communities.
How can newsrooms track where their stories are getting republished?
Republication tracking tools and pixels are easy to install, but far from perfect in delivering results.
Reynolds Journalism Institute awards more than $13,000 to top three collegiate teams in nationwide Student Innovation Competition
COLUMBIA, Mo. (April 6, 2023) — The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute today announced the winners of the RJI Student Innovation Competition, awarding prizes of $10,000, $2,500 and $1,000 to three collegiate teams who came up with the best practical, actionable plans to address a local need in their community through service journalism. “Eight teams … Continued
Community media unburdened by mainstream legacy makes all the difference
A PushBlack campaign grew donations 30% to a voter registration drive in the South. Native News, supported by grants and sponsors, launches a new health-care newsletter and quickly grows it to 26,000 subscribers. And after a collaborative of healthcare organizations in Philadelphia partnered with WURD Radio to distribute colorectal cancer screening kits, dozens of Black … Continued