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Rep J, Locally Grown Focus of National Civic Review Article

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

A National Civic Review article Community Blogging: The New Wave of Citizen Journalism highlights our Representative Journalism project, now going under the bigger umbrella name of Citizen Supported Journalism.  Locally Grown, the blog in Northfield, Minnesota where our journalist/fellow Bonnie Obremski presents her journalism, is given as an example of community blogging and citizen journalism.
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Representative Journalism Gets International Attention

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008 and Representative Journalism received international attention today in, a Spanish publication read widely in Spain. Plus there is a sidebar here.
I will try to get it translated soon.

Carleton College Students Report on Representative Journalism

Saturday, December 13th, 2008

Doug McGill’s journalism class at Carleton College produced a video about our Representative Journalism project at the Locally Grown blog in Northfield, Minnesota. Rep J reporter Bonnie Obremski and Locally Grown blogger Griff Wigley are highlighted.
McGill’s students have been posting an impressive series of local journalism stories and posting them at Locally Grown. Their [...]

Video: Northfield Representative Journalist’s Q & A

Thursday, December 11th, 2008

In the video below Bonnie Obremski talks about her role as resident Representative Journalist at the Locally Grown blog in Northfield, Minnesota. Bill Densmore, who has been an advisor to the Rep J project, also answers some of the questions asked at the recent Information Valet summit at the University of Missouri.
Mizzou “Lunchstorm” discussion [...]

Paula Kerger: Room for PBS and NPR to Partner for News

Thursday, December 4th, 2008

Paula Kerger, President and CEO of PBS, said she sees the possibility of PBS and National Public Radio (NPR) sharing resources to produce news programming for PBS. Leonard Witt, who conducted the video interview, tells Kerger of his Representative Journalism idea, which he thinks could turn PBS into a news powerhouse.

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