On her hopes for the future of public interest journalism: Part Nine with Annette John-Hall

As part of our ongoing series examining how to measure and evaluate impact in public interest news, CPIJ met with Annette John-Hall, former columnist and reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

In Part Nine: John-Hall discusses her hopes for the future of public interest journalism. Previously:

Part One: On how you know you’re when having impact
Part Two: Writing for impact demands an informed opinion
Part Three: On holding decision-makers accountable
Part Four: On feedback from civic leaders
Part Five: How columnists can recommend solutions and have impact
In Part Six: Shrinking resources in public interest news organizations
Part Seven: Personal and professional goals for impact
Part Eight: On her proudest moments as a journalist

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