A keynote presentation by Jan Schaffer at the BBC Connecting Communities Conference, Salford, U.K.
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The Lawrence Journal-World Announces Networked Journalism partners in Kansas.
With nine Networked Journalism projects started around the county, we wondered if anyone in those communities had even noticed that independent news websites were partnering with a mainstream media organization in town. So 18 months into this experiment, we enlisted The Seattle Times to conduct an online survey to gauge the perceptions of its readers.
Washington, D.C. – In a survey to gauge reader perception of The Seattle Times’ collaboration with local news websites, eight in 10 respondents said they valued both the network of partners and The Times itself for making it easier to connect with community news, J-Lab reported today. Although the network has had little promotion, more
It’s official: The William Penn Foundation has approved a $2.4 million grant for a Networked Journalism Collaborative project in Philadelphia. A national search for a CEO to lead the initiative begins in January.
Washington, D.C. – J-Lab’s Networked Journalism project will fund a new round of collaborations in the coming year between traditional newsrooms and community news sites in four cities around the country. The Networked Journalism project, supported with a grant to J-Lab from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, will contribute $50,000 per city
This session examines lessons learned from five Networked Journalism pilot projects funded by J-Lab. These projects partnered mainstream news organizations with five hyperlocal sites each.
J-lab reports on its Networked Journalism project, helping community news sites partner with daily newspapers or emerging metro news sites to network their content and aggregate audiences.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Five news organizations around the country have each agreed to work with at least five hyperlocal news sites or producers in their communities in a Networked Journalism pilot project to gather ideas and lessons for future content collaborations, American University’s J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism announced today. The one-year project is
WASHINGTON, D.C. – J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism has moved to American University’s School of Communication, where it will expand its operations with the help of a $2.4 million grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to American University. J-Lab helps journalists and citizens use digital technologies to develop new ways of