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The Journalism Accelerator resource section features what other news producers have used, applications to up productivity across distribution, technology, revenue, craft, community, experiments, education and policy. We’re also collecting (and welcoming your recommended) resource listings from other industries that may help publishers gain efficiency.
 
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Investigative Reporters and Editors

Established in 1975, IRE is a dedicated professional organization for reporters, offering 1000s of reporting tip sheets, tools and training to help you deliver great investigative journalism.

Nieman Journalism Lab

With warp drive analysis and reporting, Nieman Lab beams readers to the cyber-edge of journalism, probing technologies, techniques and philosophies of innovators navigating the digital frontier.

Report: Mapping Digital Media – United States

An examination of “the global opportunities and risks created by the transition from traditional to digital media” - and the potential impact on democracy.

Michele McLellan’s List of Hyperlocal News Sites

Block by Block founder Michele McLellan’s pioneering work brings a first-to-market comprehensive list of new media hyperlocal publishers, mapping the emerging taxonomy.

Contently

“Giving freelance journalists a new way to efficiently manage their work,” Contently proudly notes “writers from The New York Times, Boston Globe, Wired” as customers.

Project Vote Smart

Providing “unbiased information on over 40,000 candidates and officials,” Project Vote Smart is an independent source tracking those “who govern or those who wish to replace those who do.”

The Sunlight Foundation

“Committed to improving access to government information” the Sunlight Foundation invests in innovative apps & tools, providing new ways for media to apply deep political research.

National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership

“Democratizing information,” NNIP collaborates with the Urban Institute in service of 35 local partners across the nation delivering critical public data and visualization tools to help neighborhoods thrive.

Digital Media Law Project

Hosted by Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society, DMLP works at the “intersection of law and journalism on the Internet.” A legal resource to help advance public interest journalism.

Local Yokel Media

With a mission of “making local online advertising work better for local publishers and local advertisers,” this is an industry-wise team expanding its reach to fuel local publishing.
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