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The Public Insight Network provides journalists with the tools and training to tap our growing Network of sources to produce high-quality journalism.
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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 »
ONA finalists use PIN to drive reportingSeptember 25, 2013Congratulations to the thirteen PIN newsrooms nominated for the Online News Association’s 2013 awards! They are: WAMU, AxisPhilly, EarthFix (via OPB), St. Louis Beacon, NPR, MPR news, Harvest Public Media, SCPR, The Center for Public Integrity, The Center for Investigative Reporting, WLRN-Miami Herald News, The Washington Post, and Marketplace. Here are some examples of the myriad ways some of... Read more »
Measuring PIN in your newsroom: A how-to guideAugust 28, 2013Download the full Public Insight Network evaluation how-to guide here. If something is important to you and you want it to improve, you measure it. Want to get in better shape? Metrics can help. If you’re trying to become a better baker, lowering the ratio of burned-to-not-burned cookies is a good thing. When journalists hear... Read more »