Telling the local story


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Telling the local story The fate of community journalism in a time of cultural upheaval


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“Thinking the Unthinkable” Clay Shirky argues we’re in the midst of a post-Gutenberg disruption


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“Thinking the Unthinkable” Clay Shirky argues we’re in the midst of a post-Gutenberg disruption No one thing will replace newspapers, but many things might


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“Thinking the Unthinkable” Clay Shirky argues we’re in the midst of a post-Gutenberg disruption No one thing will replace newspapers, but many things might Three possibilities Nonprofit New forms of for-profit Voluntary efforts


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The community as editor


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Tracking the global blogosphere


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“Bowling Alone”


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Rebuilding community ties


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The New Haven Independent


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Technology for journalists


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Why the Independent works Hyperlocal focus on the city’s neighborhoods and quality of life


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Why the Independent works Hyperlocal focus on the city’s neighborhoods and quality of life Fundraising base is more like public radio than like a newpaper


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Why the Independent works Hyperlocal focus on the city’s neighborhoods and quality of life Fundraising base is more like public radio than like a newpaper Tightly moderated comments build a sense of civic engagement


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The Batavian


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For-profit, online and independent


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Why The Batavian works Close attention to the quotidian details of small-town life


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Why The Batavian works Close attention to the quotidian details of small-town life Good photography helps tell the story of the community


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Why The Batavian works Close attention to the quotidian details of small-town life Good photography helps tell the story of the community “Ads are content”: Nearly 150 local ads with no national chains


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The Haverhill experiment


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Irrigating a “news desert” Haverhill no longer has an independently owned local newspaper


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Irrigating a “news desert” Haverhill no longer has an independently owned local newspaper Tom Stites conceived of the Banyan Project to build news co-ops


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Irrigating a “news desert” Haverhill no longer has an independently owned local newspaper Tom Stites conceived of the Banyan Project to build news co-ops Haverhill Matters will combine professional and citizen journalism


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Credits Photo of Clay Shirky (cc) by Paloma Baytelman. Some rights reserved. Photo of newsboy by Lewis Hine (National Archives). Photo of citizen journalist (cc) by Morteza Bahmani. Some rights reserved. Photo of community meeting (cc) by David Clow. Some rights reserved. Photo of tree (cc) by Howard Owens. Some rights reserved. Photo of Tom Stites by John S. Mercer.


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Credits (cc) 2014 by Dan Kennedy Some rights reserved Northeastern University Boston, MA 02115 For more information, please visit www.dankennedy.net


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