Held on October 1-4, 2015 in Portland, Oregon in partnership with the Agora Journalism Center at the University of Oregon's School of Journalism and Communication, 100+ people came together to explore what's possible when journalists and community support each other to thrive.
Graphic recording by Nitya Wakhlu
ATHENS, Ohio (Oct. 12, 2015)—The Journalism That Matters (JTM) board elected Dr. Michelle Ferrier, associate dean for innovation, research/creative activity and graduate studies at the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, as president of the organization on Oct. 4, replacing Chris Peck, former editor of the Memphis Appeal and outgoing president of ASNE.
Just cross-posting an article from the Journalism That Matters' Engagement Hub that examines the influence engaging communities has on how journalists work.
Whether you are considering a new venture or whether you’ve been at it for years, we want to accelerate everyone’s effectiveness by doing what Journalism That Matters has always done: connecting people with each other and linking them to what’s happening around the country with journalism innovations that support diverse communities and democracy to thrive.
To help this process, I'm asking you to complete a three-minute, three-question survey by the end of August. Journalism That Matters and it’s partner, the American Society of News Editors, will use it to improve the “Engagement Hub” – a platform for peer-to-peer exchange about engaging community.