The state of police community relations is a critical issue today. We held a two-day workshop with national and local journalists on the facts, analyses and reporting strategies to make their reporting matter. There's also two guides journalists can use for covering violence.
Is it the Likes? The followers? The hits? Or all of it that matters to you when looking at social media? What numbers do you need to pay attention to? Let’s take a walk through some of the numbers and your most frequently asked questions.
We are a city of neighborhoods. Yet, those are always changing and filled with arrivals and departures.
Here are some of the best blogs to follow for social media and marketing.
The talk on the street, at the barbershop, at the basketball court and almost everywhere always nailed him. It was about what was going on. It was the news and he listened and joined the talk.
If you’ve participated in any of our social media trainings, you’ve probably come across this idea of the 3 buckets. While we try to consider this module for all social media platforms, it’s best practice comes from Twitter.
Looking for an innovative way to tell a story? Try Storify.
Journalists sometimes get lost in the whirlpool of their daily routine. Driven by this need for a fresh perspective, I flew from Skopje, Macedonia and…
Nearly 2.6 million persons complained to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) last year about scams, said Jennifer Leach, an assistant director of the agency’s Division…
In partnership with New America Media and the Federal Trade Commission, Community Media Workshop recently hosted a news briefing for ethnic media organizations on spotting…