Interested in investigating what’s working? Learn the ins and outs of solutions journalism, key steps and why it’s important when the Solutions Journalism Network hosts a workshop for Philadelphia journalists on June 21st.
The official Solutions Journalism Network workshop for Philly journalists. The workshop will explore the ins and outs of solutions journalism, talk about why it’s important, explain key steps in reporting a solutions story, and give loads of tips and resources for journalists interested in investigating what’s working.
We support and connect journalists interested in telling The Whole Story: chronicling society’s successes, as well as its challenges. We do this in three ways: partnering with publications around the country, creating educational tools and resources to strengthen journalists’ skills, and facilitating connections between those interested in how people are responding to problems.
Check out SJN’s new site: solutionsjournalism.org
Photo below: Journalists recently gathered at Philadelphia Media Network headquarters to celebrate the launch of SJN’s new Philadelphia chapter:
The Temple DNC News Bureau is a landmark project that will pair students from the Temple University School of Media and Communication with respected news organizations to provide innovative, daily coverage of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this summer.
Temple DNC News Bureau
The preliminary site went live today, for the first time announcing the selected correspondents and their assignments with partnering news organizations.
Visit templedncnews.org for complete details now.
As the convention nears, the site will be transformed to include a news feed featuring work by the reporting team and additional functionality.
The 2016 DNC is scheduled to take place at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia from July 25th-28th.
Once again this year, the Center for Public Interest Journalism will be sponsoring BarCamp News Innovation, Philadelphia’s national un-conference on the future of news.
We will gather for this eighth annual event on October 15th at Annenberg Hall, at the Temple University School of Media and Communication on the main campus in North Philadelphia.
This event is organized by Technical.ly, the network of local technology news sites.
Early-bird registration is only $10.00 and includes breakfast and lunch on location, and a discounted happy hour nearby.
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Students may register to attend for free but must present a student ID card on arrival.
The Center for Public Interest Journalism is managing a project through which a select cohort of Temple University students will complete a specialized summer course and then report for news organizations around the country during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. More info:SMC Students to Cover the 2016 Democratic National Convention
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