Tag: cole goins
Lessons learned from a scoop out of San Quentin
Last month, the Prison Journalism Project broke new ground with a story that began with an unexpected phone call from our correspondent inside San Quentin State Prison in the San Francisco Bay area.
Unholy alliances, superheroes and the ‘drunken walk’
A not-so-subtle theme kept cropping up this week at the Collaboration Culture Symposium (#rjicollab) at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute: a superhero theme. Speakers conjured up images of caped crusaders in search of new alliances to fight the evils that have befallen The Fourth Estate. Those evils have eroded and disposed of the neophyte … Continued
Cole Goins: The Case for Radical Collaboration
Cole Goins, Reveal, from The Center for Investigative Reporting Cole Goins is the senior manager for engagement and community collaborations at Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting, where he leads efforts to grow and empower Reveal’s audience. Working at the intersection of journalism, art and community engagement, he develops new opportunities for collaboration between newsrooms and … Continued