Author: Jim MacMillan

Philadelphia Solutions Journalism Collaborative seeking next topic

For the past year, the Center for Public Interest Journalism has been supporting The Reentry Project, a collaborative news initiative about the challenges of — and solutions to — prisoner reentry in Philadelphia. Thanks to a grant from The Lenfest Institute, the partnership now plans to expand to cover more topics beginning in 2018.

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Looking back at #KleinCamp17

Klein News Innovation Camp kicks off at Annenberg Hall.

Philadelphia’s 9th annual un-conference on the future of news took place at Klein College in November and took on a new name: Klein News Innovation Camp.

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The Reentry Project hosts culminating events

Throughout 2017, the Center for Public Interest Journalism has been supporting The Reentry Project, a collaborative news initiative about the challenges of — and solutions to — prisoner reentry in Philadelphia. During this fall, the partnership hosted several events:

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Counting down to Klein News Innovation Camp on November 4th

Please register now to join us on November 4th for Klein News Innovation Camp, Philadelphia’s 9th annual un-conference on the future of news.

Bryan Monroe will be this year’s lunch hour keynoter:

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Klein News Innovation Camp (formerly BCNI) debuts on November 4th: Get your tickets now!

“The event will feature 300 thinkers and doers on how communities are informed. The day will feature sessions on topics like journalism ethics in a troubled era, funding successes, audience engagement, partisanship and a broad array of new thinking.” –kleincamp.com

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