Tag: metrics

by Gregarious Narain

Gregarious Narain is the co-founder and CTO of Chute, which Knight Foundation supports through the Knight Enterprise Fund. Customers have made it clear that a world filled with immersive, rich images and media is the world they prefer. They have adopted a personal arsenal of hardware and services that put us squarely in the center […] more »

by Kevin Davis

This story first appeared on Journo.biz, the trade publication of the Investigative News Network. This week marks the opening of the third round of the INNovation Fund, a micro-grant program managed by the Investigative News Network to help with business experimentation in non-profit and public-media newsrooms across the country. The program is made possible by […] more »

by Ryan Thornburg

One byproduct of all the recent articles about the growth of email newsletter that aim to “cut through the daily clutter” is an amazing amount of clutter about email newsletters. Here’s what you need to know today. email newsletters: by the numbers The Skimm was started by two NBC News producers in their 20s. It’s […] more »

by Amanda Hickman

Gail Robinson’s recent post on traffic in a post-loyal era got me thinking about measures of web traffic and, more broadly, how to measure the impact of non-profit journalism. I certainly don’t disagree with Gotham Gazette decision to pass on providing Yahoo with free content. There’s no good reason that Yahoo can’t create a lively […] more »

by Adam Klawonn

Last week, I met with two people from a non-profit in Phoenix that looks at progressive policies to balance economic development with the environment. Land use and livable communities are two of their key talking points, so it seems logical that they should be aware of a service that encourages and enables people to use […] more »