Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of posts about inclusive journalism — journalism that is done with communities not for communities. | Follow the conversation here. The Salt Lake Tribune covers religion more frequently, and in more depth, than many news outlets. So they immediately knew they had to jump into action to… Read more »
Posts Tagged: engagement
One of the great — and often unheralded — aspects of PIN is the collaboration and sharing of ideas that occurs among PIN partner newsrooms. For instance, several partners have built on one another’s success using PIN to drive engagement around mayoral elections and involve the community more directly in their campaign reporting. These newsrooms include OPB, KQED,… Read more »
For Michigan Radio’s State of Opportunity reporting project, Sarah Alvarez outfitted a mobile booth to collect stories across the state from at-risk kids, their families and the communities around them.
The station invited attendees at an annual TEDx event in Portland to tell a one- to three-minute story in response to one of 3 questions about change and inspiration in their lives.
PIN analyst Ashley Alvarado brought her personal experience with adoption to a wide-ranging project and live event about that topic featuring families with stories from around the globe.
Comments, photos and video have long been the currency of the interactive web. Somehow, audio got skipped. But now smartphones and services like SoundCloud are making it easy for users to share their own voices with public radio stations.
When a newsroom decides it wants real engagement with the audience, the next question is: “How do we make it happen?” The answer can be boiled down to one word: Campaign. That word makes most reporters/editors squirm, as thoughts of marketing (an advertising campaign) or partisan politics (the campaign to elect X) come to mind. But… Read more »