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In Pittsburgh, the Post-Gazette decided to focus its Net-J project on one subject: drilling for natural gas in the Marcellus Shale, the sedimentary rock that snakes underneath most of the state. It launched the Pipeline website on Feb. 27, 2011 with five unconventional partners, including a documentary filmmaker and a blog on Rust Belt economies.
An article this week on paidContent describes how journalistic hubris is a major obstacle to media success. The author uses J-Lab’s Networked Journalism report to help make his case.
The website Journalism.co.uk looks at collaborations projects based on a discussion with J-Lab’s Jan Schaffer at the Community Journalism Conference in Cardiff, Wales.
J-Lab’s Jan Schaffer answers questions about the recent report, Networked Journalism: What Works.
Amanda Hirsch talks news-to-news collaborations with Executive Director Jan Schaffer. The article features a brief overview of the the Networked Journalism report and a Q&A with Schaffer.
In his well-respected media blog – Newsosaur – Alan Mutter examines the Columbia Journalism School’s report, “Post-Industrial Journalism: Adapting to the Present.” He compares it to J-Lab’s Networked Journalism report, which he calls “an excellent, must-read study.”
Lessons from Nine Collaborative Pilot Projects
For immediate releaseMarch 4, 2015 Contact: Jan Schafferjans@j-lab.org Washington, D.C. – A J-Lab pilot project that called for eight newspapers and one public radio station to network with local blogs delivered nine different models of collaboration, five success stories and roadmaps for rethinking local news, according to the project’s findings. In “Networked Journalism: What Works,”
A speech by Jan Schaffer at Howard University for the Social Media Tech Conference 2012.