Without PIN, KOSU would not have been able to find someone who has lived in the country for decades as an illegal immigrant, yet doesn’t fit any of the common preconceptions. LIkewise, PIN helped us find someone who is here legally, yet has a back stor…
Every week we highlight a few stories produced by PIN partner newsrooms informed by sources in the Public Insight Network.
In advance of the Fourth of July, we looked at the meaning of citizenship in this country.Recently, the Crawford Family Forum hosted a PIN-driven program called Becoming American, hosted by Take Two’s A Martinez. The panel included Bricia Lopez, Mexica…
We asked members in Miami-Dade where they liked to go for a swim — aside from the beach. It led to public pool suggestions for the reporter to check out, such as the Venetian Pool in Coral Gables.
A wide variety of responses flowed through the Public Insight Network, and we went in-depth with a number of people from across Oklahoma, and across the political spectrum.
We found Kelly Hagler for the “My Farm Roots” series and interviewed her in Chicago and her father back in Missouri.
We ask members to share their perspectives on current events as a WLRN community contributor. Neyda Borges, a journalism teacher in Miami-Dade, share her experiences in the classroom.
We asked members what their plans were for Fourth of July and what patriotism meant to them. We featured one family whose party involves the Key Biscayne community.
We used PIN to identify ways sequestration is having an impact in the D.C. region. Those responses continue to inform our coverage, and one PIN source was used in this particular story.
St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay has a simple question to people trying to draw complicated conclusions from Macy’s impending departure from downtown St. Louis: When was the last time you shopped there. PIN sources weigh in on this report and share their insight about what’s up in downtown St. Louis.
We asked members to share how they would rate South Florida’s job market. One broker reflects on current home prices making it difficult for first home buyers in Miami-Dade County.