In late February, New Hampshire Public Radio ran a weeklong series called “A Loaded Issue: Guns in New Hampshire,” which focused on the role of guns in New Hampshire life. We talk to Brady Carlson, NHPR’s public insight analyst and host of the station’s “All Things Considered.”
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We talk to Michigan Radio’s Sarah Alvarez. She just finished working on a five-part series about the education system in Stockbrige, Mich., a small town about an hour away from Ann Arbor, where the schools are operating on a shoestring budget and the students are getting creative with their learning.
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.
In this episode of PINcast, we look at a few projects that explore identity — the identity of an individual, of a state, and of speech. We also hear about reporting from some of our partner newsrooms in the wake of last week’s shootings in Connecticut.
In this episode of the PINcast, we talk to PIN editorial team reporters Jeff Severns Guntzel and Samara Freemark about their ongoing coverage of the long waits that veterans have to endure as they apply for disability benefits.
This episode of PINcast is all about collaboration. Lately the PIN editorial team has been working with three news organizations — This American Life, the Center for Investigative Reporting, and the BBC World Service — to tell stories about democracy, relationships and how we care for returning veterans.
We take an in-depth look at two recent Public Insight Network stories: one about Defense Department cuts and another about contact sports and kids.
In today’s episode of PINcast, we discuss what happens when a person answers a newsroom’s questions with false information, as we chat with the St. Louis Beacon’s Linda Lockhart and the PIN’s own Joellen Easton.
Executive producer Kate Moos on the new PIN editorial project, the team that’s making it all happen, and how it’s going to change the world.
Today I bring you the third episode of PINcast, the podcast in which we highlight noteworthy stories created by journalists working with the Public Insight Network. Today you’re in for a special treat because we are diving into dispatches from PINcamp – it’s an event held at Minnesota Public Radio and it’s for PIN journalists… Read more »