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New technologies have redefined the relationship between news producers and consumers and among media organizations. Here are examples of how some organizations are developing innovative new ways to interact with their audiences, collaborate with them and to partner with fellow news producers. What else do you think should be listed here? Weigh in, suggest a resource and let us know why you think it’s helpful.

Pew Research Center

Spotting, tracking and explaining trends and practices, Pew research offers rich insights into media, people, and the changing ways they interact.

State Integrity Investigation

“Keeping government honest” - CPI, PRI and Global Integrity unite forces to investigate the integrity of all 50 state governments and lay groundwork for deeper local digging.


Tracking real-time reader response, newsbeat gives publishers the tools to understand and engage their audiences at the granular and broad-brush level.

The Nonprofit Journalism Hub

Eager to start your own news nonprofit? The Investigative News Network’s online hub supports “local investigative and public service journalism.”

Community Media Workshop

Since 1989 coaching and connecting grassroots communities with workshops and training to diversify and enrich the mix of voices in the news and public debate.

The Media Policy Initiative

MPI goes deep and broad exploring how media innovation may best serve democracy with products to help inform policies that advance the public interest.

Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)

Advancing diversity across newsroom staff and viewpoints, AAJA resources include style guides, reporting tips from Asian hotspots, and connections to a broad journalism community.

PBS MediaShift

Mediashift correspondents report how new online communication tools are changing the media world. Analysis and a daily "must reads" feed.

National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)

Dedicated to supporting African American journalists and coverage, the NABJ offers community, a jobs board, a style guide with deep context, and an annual report on newsroom diversity.

Survive TV News Jobs

Veteran broadcast journalists share survival secrets: a vibrant online community swapping trade secrets and tips to help practitioners bring their A-game to market.
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