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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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Less of the Same: The Lack of Local News on the Internet

 "The broad landscape of online local news is easy to summarize. . .Newspapers and television stations dominate what local news can be found online."

2011 TV and Radio News Staffing and Profitability Survey

More jobs, higher profits and a record amount of local TV news.

Exploring a Networked Journalism Collaborative in Philadelphia

J-Lab's analysis for The William Penn Foundation released in 2010 identifies gaps in reporting, maps assets and explores opportunities for future investment in a new model.

Pew Report: How News Happens

While recent PEW research reports TV remains the leading source people rely on for breaking news, newspapers (on and offline) are the leading source people turn to for the widest range of information.

Local TV News in the Los Angeles Media Market: Are Stations Serving the Public Interest?

"Are Stations Serving the Public Interest?" 2010 Study on LA local news content by the Annenberg School at USC.

Pew Report: How People Learn About Their Local Community

While recent PEW research reports TV remains the leading source people rely on for breaking news, newspapers (on and offline) are the leading source people turn to for the widest range of information.

Reinventing Journalism: A Personal Journey

From launching California Watch to leading the Center for Investigative Reporting, Executive Director Robert J. Rosenthal shares his game strategy and tips for success.

The Fresh Outlook’s News Network

“Telling it like it is,” this online hub is a UK based, globally focused nonprofit covering stories to broaden the lens and out issues to empower citizens across geographic communities.

Kickstarter

From Occupy Wallstreet to public art, Kickstarter brings a new form of commerce and patronage to market. Type in "journalism" to find a whole raft of projects!

The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press

Offering loads of resources and legal perspective, “the Committee has played a role in virtually every significant press freedom case that has come before the Supreme Court.”
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