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It’s been a busy year for us: we resumed our in-person summits, expanded our training portfolio, revised our look and messaging, and offered numerous grants, products and programs to journalists.
Since June, the cohort has been learning from industry experts about growing trust with communities and creating workflows that support audience listening.
Want to shift your newsroom’s culture around engagement and building trust? Need buy-in for your ideas? Here are five tips for getting started.
If you care about civic discourse, young Americans and the health of local news organizations, here are some helpful insights we found from the survey.
Instead of having them assume, tell your community who you are, what has shaped you and what experience you have. Doing this makes you human and relatable. It also can make you credible, respected and trusted.
Online comments represent a rich opportunity for journalists to tell the story of their work, get on the record about their integrity and answer questions about their ethics and process.
Trusting News is sharing best practices for engaging audiences and building trust. How do you know what your community thinks of your work?
The Mobilizing News sprint for Table Stakes alumni will challenge participating teams to center community in their outreach, relationships and reporting.
The deadline for submissions was 5 p.m. Wednesday Aug. 17. Funding decisions will be made by Wednesday, August 24, 2022, with applicants notified shortly thereafter. […]
Editor’s Note: Over the last year or two there has been an increased interest from newsrooms — both corporate-owned and independent — in forming editorial […]
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