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OpenSecrets.org

“Counting cash to make change,” this Center for Responsive Politics site tracks money in U.S. politics, its impact on policy and people. Comprehensive, non-partisan data on election spending.

National Freedom of Information Coalition

With a goal of "ensuring everyone’s right to information," the National Freedom of Information Coalition has been actively supporting state member groups' and journalists' right of open access to information since 1991.

OpenMissouri.org

David Herzog's Open Missouri project delivers the state's largest independent directory of government databases, with tips to help empower citizens, journalists and communities.

Community engagement: A practical conversation guide for newsrooms

Joy Mayer's newsroom discussion guide is a "first of its kind" offering insight, tips, techniques and tools to inspire and deepen engagement across the newsroom and with the audiences served.

The Media Consortium

A network of leading independent journalists across the US, The Media Consortium provides rich research, analysis and recommendations for a sustainable future for independent media.

The Future of Journalism Education

A rich collection of videos and articles from a gathering at the Paley Center for Media to discuss journalism education for the 21st century.

eCorner

Stanford University’s collection of videos and podcasts featuring lectures by entrepreneurial thought leaders.

The National Institute on Money in State Politics: Follow the Money

A treasure trove of data to help you inform your communities; follow the Money is the only program in the nation that provides high-quality campaign spending data across all fifty states to further the public good.

The Economist Future of News Series

The Economist presents a rich bundle of perspective on the business of news past, future and present.

2011 Journalist Engagement Survey

Highlights from Joy Mayer's phone survey where 529 editors of daily community newspapers talk engagement.
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