Posts tagged 'Public Insight Network'

Identifying the next big investigation

Posted: June 25, 2012 | Tags: interns, Investigative Reporters and Editors, Public Insight Network

We all know of stories too big for one reporter to tackle; you need an entire team. Lately, we’re seeing stories even bigger, produced by two or more teams from different newsrooms. Now, imagine a story so big that virtually every newsroom in the country could play a part, and any audience member could contribute as a source.

Some journalists are still getting used to crowdsourcing or co-production as these collaborative techniques forge new ground in newsrooms. Others are dreaming up ways to push the envelope of collaboration itself. Such was the case at the Investigative Reporters and Editors ...

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Workshop partners with PIN

Posted: Nov. 18, 2011 | Tags: Public Insight Network

We formed a partnership this month with the Public Insight Network and American Public Media to help us reach new and different sources. (Among APM's programs is one of my favorites, Marketplace.)

PIN is a network of more than 140,000 people who have agreed to be sources for newsrooms in the PIN consortium. Sources come from all walks of life: airline pilots and authors, professors and unemployed auto workers. They all have expertise in something, whether developed through their professional life or their life experience. Perhaps they've lost a job or house, for example, and can provide ...

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Many Facebook users unaware of how to control their newsfeeds, adjust privacy settings

A new Pew Research Center survey finds younger adults more privacy-conscious, and older ones less aware of the control they have of their newsfeeds on Facebook. Many were aware of the Cambridge Analytica data breach.

30,000 across from White House demand 'families belong together'

The Trump administration missed the first of two deadlines to reunite children separated from their parents. The action came after public backlash mounted, and a federal judge issued a nationwide injunction to reunite families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border within 30 days. More than 30,000 people rallied in Washington on June 30 to demand the Trump administration reunite families immediately.

Newspaper circulation plummets — again

Newspaper circulation plummeted again last year, following the trend of decreased distribution since the early 2000s, according to a new Pew Research Center report released Wednesday.


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