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PINfluence Stories informed by the Public Insight Network
Miami Herald’s ‘Innocents Lost’ child-death investigation wins ONA public service award September 29, 2014
As state’s largest voting bloc, independents far from force in primary September 26, 2014
Living On The Line In Oregon's Poorest County September 17, 2014
Think You’re Nerdy? Meet Weird Al Yankovic's STL Superfan September 4, 2014
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Using PIN to track social impact – a Minnesota exampleSeptember 23, 2014There is no dearth of evidence that Minnesotans are civic-minded. The state’s volunteerism rates are second in the nation, more than 60 percent of Minnesotans donate money to charity, and we lead the country in voter turnout. While such statistics are great, they don’t capture what it’s like to live in a social-minded state full... Read more »
All PIN training materials are now open accessJuly 30, 2014Starting today, you no longer need a password to access the 125+ PIN training articles on pinsupport.org.
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PIN launches a new University BureauMarch 3, 2014We are happy to formally announce the brand new PIN Bureau, based at Arizona State University’s Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. By providing outsourced PIN services, the Bureau will make it possible for newsrooms to tap the power of PIN even if they don’t have the staff to do so. The Bureau is operating... Read more »