Tag: journalism accelerator

by Emily Harris

The Journalism Accelerator/Collab Central forum on collaboration and revenue held earlier this spring surfaced more than two dozen examples of collaboration in action. One detailed use case involved an investigative report on deportations from the U.S. to Haiti. Originally commissioned by the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting with a grant from The Nation Institute’s Investigative [...] more »

by Emily Harris

One of the best parts about getting professional colleagues together is that everyone brings specific resources and examples to the topic at hand. Sometimes these are familiar to you, but a colleague’s experience offers a fresh perspective. At other times, you may discover details about a resource you’d previously only vaguely heard of, or learn [...] more »

by Emily Harris

Carrie Lozano nailed a real need in her No. 1 takeaway from last month’s “collaboration marathon” of back-to-back conferences in Berkeley, Calif. “We need to come up with useful cost-benefit analyses of collaboration,” she wrote on Collaboration Central last week. That work is underway. Journalists and others experienced in collaboration began to assess the costs [...] more »