Over the past few months, JSK Fellows have explored ideas for responding to challenges facing journalism. In these posts, they provide brief updates and identify the next steps they plan to further refine their work.
Can short crowdsourcing tasks on mobile devices help not just find news and understand data, but engage an audience in a new, more engaging form of storytelling?
How to make watching videos on a cellphone a more delightful, engaging and addictive experience.
Two projects to support safe and responsible use of drone technology by journalists in the United States and in Africa.
Ensuring the inclusion of underrepresented and unheard voices in the mainstream news flow of large urban areas.
Data about garment manufacturing can be used to create visualizations that help consumers understand this industry that affects millions.
Helping journalists produce long-form narrative stories for radio.
Emerging technology represents a unique opportunity for us to think differently about how information can be presented.
Creating an engaging, standardized, user-friendly repository of data about our cities.
Building a network of student journalists, with tools that empower them to create and collaborate online.
Creating a practical and participatory course to train science and technology journalists in China.
Giving users a way to interact naturally with the news and be provided the information they want, when they want it.
Producing news stories about black experiences in the digital age.
A new approach to teaching safety and security, beginning with the creation of training materials that are easy to understand and remember.
How can we create engaging and profitable tablet publications for newspapers?
Creating a newsroom culture of innovation and creativity to help public media thrive in this time of digital disruption.
Helping journalists tap the full potential of social media in their reporting.
Helping to revitalize underserved, low-income communities that the media has abandoned.