Please visit us at our new home on the web at journalismthatmatters.net

 

Journalism that Matters is moving to http://journalismthatmatters.net, please visit us there.

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Please visit us at our new home on the web at journalismthatmatters.net

 

Journalism that Matters is moving to http://journalismthatmatters.net, please visit us there.

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Please visit us at our new home on the web at journalismthatmatters.net

 

Journalism that Matters is moving to http://journalismthatmatters.net, please visit us there.

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Please visit us at our new home on the web at journalismthatmatters.net

Journalism that Matters is moving to http://journalismthatmatters.net, please visit us there.

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The case for government investment in journalism, a manifesto

At the end of this discourse, someone will accuse me of fouling my own nest. That’s if you ever even see this commentary, printed or online in what used to be called the local newspaper. Regardless, it will circulate. As do the words of the late Edward R. Murrow, the legendary CBS journalist, more than [...]

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JTM-Denver Post Your Session Notes

I know it makes more sense to go straight to the link, but there’s an odd quirk in the system that takes you through this page. So click here to post your session notes for JTM-Denver: www.journalismthatmatters.org/conversations If you have questions, contact us

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Journalism That Matters Receives a Three-year Grant Totaling $90,000 from the Mott Foundation

Multi-year funding will help nonprofit illuminate news experiments nationwide Journalism That Matters (JTM), an organization that is shaping the news and media landscape with breakthrough engagement practices, has received a three-year, $90,000 grant from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. Known for convening diverse people who are shaping the emerging news and information ecosystem, the Mott [...]

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Journalism is Dead; Long Live Journalism

April 3-4, 2013 in Denver. What’s great in the emerging news and information ecosystem? Journalism That Matters comes to Denver for a two-day gathering of journalists, technologists, educators, students, librarians, and engaged citizens. Come prepared to identify what’s working in the new news ecosystem . . .

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The Art of Engagement: The Role of Journalism in a Civic Infrastructure

At the October 2012 National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation Conference, about 40 people came together to consider how journalists and practitioners of civic engagement might work together to improve the information health of communities. Three “conversation catalysts” set the stage: Peggy Holman, Co-founder, Journalism That Matters Mike Fancher, Seattle Times Executive Editor (retired), and [...]

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6 Actionable Ideas for Solving Political Fact-Checking and Rewarding Truth

Summary of JTM National Teleconference Sept. 25 on “Facts, Fibs, and Accountability in Political Reporting” One key to solving the politics/political reporting dilemma of facts and fact-checking may be to engage people as more than voters. “When politics and political leaders treat the public like consumers more than voters and politics as a product, then [...]

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