Going forward: How ethnic and mainstream media can collaborate in changing communities
This final part of our series on collaborations between mainstream and ethnic media outlets examines how these outlets serve different audiences and play different roles, how to create true partnerships that go beyond a fixer relationship, and strategies for connecting with communities in flux.
A Survival Kit For Journalists Of Colour
You left because the editors shut down your pitches. Or because they said yes but never ran those columns, the ones you felt most passionate about, the stories of the El Salvadorian women who folded…
Can hyperlocals and regional newsrooms work together? Why not try?
Emma Meese, the driving force behind the Independent Community News network, founded out of the Centre for Community Journalism at Cardiff University, believes there must be a way for local…
OpenNews — Connecting the journalism-tech network that collaborates on open technologies and processes within journalism
OpenNews connects a network of developers, designers, journalists, and editors to collaborate on open technologies and processes within journalism. Alongside our community, our mission includes fighting for a future where newsrooms are anti-racist, equitable, inclusive, and collaborative.
Ira Glass's Commencement Speech at the Columbia Journalism School Graduation - This American Life
The Columbia University School of Journalism asked Ira Glass to speak at their commencement and gave him an award for “singular journalistic performance.”