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Guide to Crowdsourcing

This guide helps practitioners and researchers understand the different ways crowdsourcing is being used both inside and outside newsrooms.

Law for Media Startups – New Entrepreneurship Guide

Washington, D.C. – J-Lab Partners with CUNY to Create E-Guide: “Law for Media Startups,” a new resource for entrepreneurs launching news ventures and educators teaching students how to do it, was published today by CUNY’s Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism.

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News Chops

Local public broadcasters are find new ways to engage in more local news – especially more investigative journalism – than ever before.

Networked Journalism: What Works

Lessons from Nine Collaborative Pilot Projects

Philadelphia Enterprise Reporting Awards

How 14 journalism awards jumpstarted public affairs reporting, incentivized partnerships, and delivered a model that can be replicated.

Rules of the Road: Navigating the New Ethics of Local Journalism

Where a bright ethical line once separated a newsroom from its business operations, one person now often wears multiple hats.

Exploring a Networked Journalism Collaborative in Philadelphia

An analysis of the city’s media ecosystem, with final recommendations for the future.

New Entrepreneurs: New Perspectives on News

J-Lab’s New Media Women Entrepreneurs Initiative undertook this study to understand how women are creating and consuming the news.

Citizen Media: Fad or the Future of News

Local news web sites offering user-generated content are securing a valuable place in the media landscape.

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