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.
From real-time debate analysis tools to devices that let you switch video from your cell phone to your TV, creative technologists are developing exciting new applications for news.
Thank you for giving me this opportunity to share what J-Lab has been learning in its work. As many of you know, J-Lab funds community news startups and women-led media entrepreneur projects. We reward innovations in journalism, and we build online learning models for professionals and amateurs who want to be new media makers. I
Speech by Jan Schaffer, J-Lab Executive Director Hosted by USC Annenberg February 24, 2010 Los Angeles, Calif.
This daylong workshop will be full of practical advice—and cautionary tales—for media makers who are thinking about striking out on their own apart from the realm of traditional journalism.
In response to shrinking newsrooms, costly wire services and an emerging culture of collaboration, regional news organizations are starting to build innovative consortiums for sharing content.
Panel Discussion Moderated by Jan Schaffer, J-Lab Executive Director 2009 AEJMC Conference August 7, 2009 Boston, Mass.
Panel Discussion with Jan Schaffer, J-Lab Executive Director The Century Foundation August 5, 2009 New York City
An ONA pre-convention workshop on news games and interactive exercises.