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Local News Lab: Jersey Shore Hurricane News experiments in listening to get to ‘deeper’ community issues

Posted on by Chris Satullo, Local News Lab fellow

At first blush, New Orleans and the Jersey Shore might seem as different as étouffée and salt-water taffy. New Orleans is urban, diverse and Creole. The Shore is seasonal, suburban and deep-fried. Still, each sits in a state entirely too … Continue reading

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As Winter Storms Loom, New Jersey Feels Sandy Déjà Vu

Posted on by Margaret Waldock, Dodge Foundation

When I sat down to write this blog post I was planning to create a wishlist of 2016 environmental resolutions, but I couldn’t really focus — there was a storm coming. The threat of a snow storm is thrilling to me. … Continue reading

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Two Years of Cooperative Media in New Jersey

Posted on by Debbie Galant, Associate Director, Center for Cooperative Media

It started with a simple premise: News organizations, working together, might be able to achieve some useful economies. It’s the same impulse that led to the creation of the Associated Press during the Mexican-American War in 1846. Only in this … Continue reading

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