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A database and text system created for resources during the pandemic
Public Input texting service allows readers to get in touch with journalists.
How texting can help boost your service journalism efforts
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Reporting’s partner, News 414, is trying Public Input to talk to readers and help them find resources for housing, food pantries, or even speak directly to a reporter.
Community newsrooms gain support on innovative work with RJI Student Innovation Fellowships
Nine students from the Missouri School of Journalism plan to partner with local newsrooms from across the country to tackle innovative projects this summer as part of the Student Innovation Fellowship program at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute.