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Millennial scientists, what's the coolest thing you're doing?

Share with St. Louis Public Radio the scientific issues that matter most to you.
asked on October 20, 2016

Would you be more willing to consider cruising if it's on a new cruise ship?

In November and December, four new cruise ships will sail from South Florida.
asked on October 20, 2016

Parents: Let’s talk about preschool

Did your child get into your first-choice preschool? What do you love about it? What would you change?
asked on October 12, 2016

Have you seen the current political divides in this election impact your work or business?

Marketplace Morning Report wants to hear from you. Do you have a personal story about business deals or workplace relationships gone awry because of the election? We want to know how political divides are impacting your work or if they’ve changed the way you do business.
asked on October 12, 2016

Is school discipline failing our kids?

Children of color are disproportionately disciplined in schools. What has been your experience with school discipline?
asked on October 11, 2016

What Would You Ask The Candidates About Our Food System?

If you could ask Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton one question about our food system, what would it be?
asked on October 10, 2016

PINfluence™ Stories informed by the Public Insight Network

With presidential election just weeks away, many voters remain very unhappy October 6, 2016

During September, St. Louis Public Radio asked people to share their political mood. Just as when the station posed the question in January, and again in March, many any PIN sources who are Democrats, Republicans, independents and others say they feel as though they are being forced vote for the lesser of two evils.

October 3, 2016 Newscast | Cronkite News October 3, 2016

PIN sources discussed their reasons for supporting or opposing a measure that would legalize recreational marijuana in Arizona.

Raise Colorado's Minimum Wage? Here's What Employers Tell Us September 27, 2016

PIN sources provided Colorado Public Radio with insight into how different business owners feel about the proposed minimum wage increase.

3 undecided voters: Debate didn't end doubts about Trump, Clinton September 27, 2016

Three undecided voters, all PIN sources, told a reporter how the first presidential debate impacted their decision - if at all.

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PIN Blog

  • KPCC asks “Are you #LatinoEnough?”, sparks newsroom-spanning contentSeptember 22, 2015

    Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of posts about inclusive journalism — journalism that is done with communities not for communities.  |  Follow the conversation here. Ashley Alvarado, Southern California Public Radio‘s public engagement editor, has long been a champion of listening to individuals and communities often excluded from news coverage and broader... Read more »
  • Join us for a “listening post” workshop in PortlandAugust 19, 2015

    The Public Insight Network is thrilled to team up with GroundSource founder Andrew Haeg, Oregon Public Broadcasting and Camp Odyssey, an Oregon-based innovative youth leadership diversity program, to offer a workshop on community listening, Oct. 1 in Portland. The workshop is part of a three-day event called “Experience Engagement,” co-hosted by Journalism That Matters and the University of Oregon’s... Read more »