A work session April 6-7 @ MIT / Cambridge, Mass.for journalists, librarians and citizens interested in civic information transparency that builds from and beyond books.
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Journalism, says Tom Stites, should be: 1) relevant to people’s lives, 2) respectful of everyone, and 3) worthy of their trust. Relevant. Respectful. Trustworthy. What’s so hard about that? Nothing, really, but too much journalism today falls short of those goals, according to Stites, founder of The Banyan Project, a nascent national pilot effort still […]
The Washington News Council has just been named “Organization of the Year” by the Municipal League of King County. Here is their press release, sent out today to news media statewide. This is a great honor for our little non-profit organization. We would like to thank all of our friends, supporters and donors who helped make […]
The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute Let’s make a difference … together What’s your BIG idea? • Do you have a BIG idea, but not enough bandwidth in your day job to tease it out of your head and onto the table? • Are you missing the right bright people around that table to help […]