J-Lab’s Jan Schaffer answers questions about the recent report, Networked Journalism: What Works.
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J-Lab Project Manager, Ari Pinkus, attended this week’s Street Fight Summit 2011 in New York, learning that hyperlocal news is a complex and diverse field. Here’s her report.
Speaker: Jan Schaffer | Melbourne, Australia
Melbourne Writers Festival Closing Address by Jan Schaffer, Sept. 3, 2010
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Nine promising community news projects from across the U.S. have been selected as this year’s New Voices grant winners. Each can receive up to $25,000 to launch a news initiative and work to sustain it over the next two years, J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism announced today. The projects plan to engage their
WASHINGTON, D.C. – American University’s J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism is calling for a new round of grant proposals to fund community news start-ups around the country. Nine projects will each receive up to $25,000 in grants over two years. The call for proposals comes on the heels of a new report issued by
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Eight hyperlocal community media projects from across the United States have been selected as this year’s New Voices grant winners. Each will receive up to $25,000 in start-up funding over the next two years. The winners were selected from 304 applicants, J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism announced today. With this year’s
College Park, MD – New Voices, a pioneering program to seed innovative citizen media ventures around the country, today issued a call for its first round of grant proposals. Eligibility guidelines and application forms can be found at the New Voices Web site, www.J-NewVoices.org, also launched today. Project proposals are due March 17, 2005. New