Can student journalists and local media collaborations work together? Here’s what we learned

Collaborative reporting doesn’t always feel instinctive. Especially in a university environment where the student media organizations are isolated in different buildings across campus with little history of working together. But, working together can push journalists to pool their individual strengths and create more informative and multidimensional storytelling. In tandem with Resolve Philadelphia, a Philadelphia media resource nonprofit leading the Broke in Philly news collaborative, four st

Video: Residents and reporters discuss journalism, community, and collaboration

The 2022 WHYY Neighbors and Newsrooms Summit was held virtually on January 26 and featured a series of conversations between residents and reporters about journalism, community, and collaboration. The virtual event, presented by WHYY’s News and Information Community Exchange (N.I.C.E) was moderated by WHYY’s Managing Editor for Community and Engagement, Christopher “Flood the Drummer” Norris. The Neighbors and Newsrooms Summit – which is rooted in the belief that our audience can also be our co

News Product Kit — News Product Alliance

The rise of product roles and product teams in news organizations is a shift toward operationalizing the product mindset and practice within the news industry. Yet news product roles and the news product concept are still novel in many news organizations, and where these are not new, the product practice can vary from one team or organization to another. Product Kit is a growing catalog of practical guides for product strategy, product research, and product development in news organizations. Th