[UPDATE] The survey is now closed. Thanks for all who participated! Results coming soon.
As part of the Journalism That Matters Pacific Northwest community, we’d like to hear from you!
What do you think our region needs, or is doing well?
In partnership with Lisa Skube, Fellow at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, we’re reaching out to learn more about the tools you use to get your work done, questions on your mind, and areas you’d like to know more about.
As one outgrowth of last January’s Journalism That Matters conference in the Pacific Northwest, a small group of us are working with Lisa. We’re in the early stages of creating a “Seattle Journalism Commons” to connect people and ideas in person and online in order to catalyze journalists and the public in creating, disseminating, and engaging with news and information of, by and for people in our region. We hope it becomes an example for other communities.
The idea for the commons began with Mike Fancher, retired executive editor of the Seattle Times and author of the just released Seattle: A New Media Case Study which is part of the Pew State of the News Media 2011 report.
The survey will take less than 10 minutes to complete. Click here to participate
Individual responses to the questionnaire are confidential.
We will share what we learn in a summary that will be posted for your review here on JTM’s site.
Thanks for your support!
2 thoughts on “What support do journalists need? *Survey now closed, stay tuned for results*”
Hi, I just went to take the survey but it was closed. The article above suggests that it’s still active. I’m sorry that I honestly haven’t had time to fill it out until now.
Thanks very much for the note Pam, I updated the post to reflect the survey as being closed.
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