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The Bloomfield Info Project: An automation case study
A nonprofit responds to a growing news desert.
Measuring progress on inclusivity
Tracking who actually shows up in the reporting is vital to the source diversity equation in journalism.Long before Linda Miller became an inclusive media consultant for RJI, she spent a decade creating the Public Insight Network for American Public Media, a platform of thousands of people who agreed to be sources for journalists and newsrooms. … Continued
RJI Fellowship to help newsrooms handle unpublishing requests ethically and practically
Fellow pursued doctorate in pledge to help news organizations, including one she once worked for, tackle issues related to unpublishing
Local communities and local news need a new economic narrative: Why not create it together?
If local news is so critical to the health, economic and civic success of a community, why are local news organizations an afterthought in economic development conversations? And what would it take to change that?
Breaking away from the ‘protest paradigm’
Protests aren’t common everywhere, but they are a regular part of the news diet. Whether you’re parachuting into Paris or a protest on the other side of the state, are there better approaches?
Info District dispatch: Missing markets
Many local news deserts are “missing markets.” They have the resources to support local news and information production but lack the information, trust, and coordination to do so.