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Come work for Niemab Lab (Job posting)

Posted by Joshua Benton, July 20, 2017 Original post: http://www.niemanlab.org/2017/07/come-work-for-nieman-lab-7/ We have an opening for a staff writer here at Nieman Lab. If you’re interested, apply over here! The job’s pretty easy to describe: You see all the stories on this website? The ones about journalism innovation — changes in how news gets reported, produced, […]

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Oakland Voices Class of 2016

The Oakland Voices class of 2016 graduated on June 30th. To download and view a Power Point presentation with a sampler of some of their best stories, follow this link: OV 2016 graduation powerpoint Read more: Oakland Voices graduates its fifth class by Howard Dyckoff, Oakland Voices Alumni

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This or That Survey #3

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This or That Survey #4

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Oakland Voices and KALW Collaborate on Radio Stories

This is the second year Oakland Voices and KALW have collaborated on radio stories about East Oakland. The Oakland Voices correspondents pitch ideas and if they are accepted, work with KALW editors and producers to report the story – radio style. Last year’s stories won the Northern California Society of Professional Journalists’ prestigious community journalism […]

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POLITICO Announces the Fourth Class of its Annual Journalism Institute

Arlington, VA – POLITICO today announced the 2017 class of the POLITICO Journalism Institute (PJI), an educational initiative focused on supporting diversity in Washington newsrooms. PJI, now in its fourth year, will be held May 30 to June 9 and will offer 12 university students intensive, hands-on training in government and political reporting and reflects […]

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This Or That – Survey #2

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Maynard Making Moves

“Clearly we are at a crossroads. As you look around the United States today, it can be difficult to see this nation’s promise. Instead, we see a country that seems powerless over its self-dividing culture, a nation whose institutions are becoming unmanageable, whose media urges it further from sanity.” – Robert C. Maynard This year […]

Examining Fault Lines in a Time of Political Earthquakes

As journalists continue their post-election coverage review and plot strategies for the first 100 days of the Trump administration they should consider adopting a plan built around covering the nation’s Fault Lines, rather than continuing to obsess on day-to-day conflict. The Loma Prieta earthquake of 1989 inspired the late Robert Maynard to suggest much like […]