Josh Qualls was having difficulty finding a source to help him explain how the House health-insurance bill might affect seniors on Medicaid in Lincoln County, Kentucky, where he just completed a summer internship with The Interior Journal in Stanford. ...

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  1. Intern and weekly editor show how to deal with, and engage with, critics
  2. Melody Kramer on community journalism
  3. ISWNE, Huck Boyd Center issue call for applied research on community journalism
  4. AEJMC 2017: Call for community journalism panel proposals
  5. Teach the value of community journalism at AEJMC preconference session
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Intern and weekly editor show how to deal with, and engage with, critics

Josh Qualls was having difficulty finding a source to help him explain how the House health-insurance bill might affect seniors on Medicaid in Lincoln County, Kentucky, where he just completed a summer internship with The Interior Journal in Stanford. So...

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Melody Kramer on community journalism

Melody Kramer, former NPR digital strategist, discovers the joys of community journalism. From Carrboro, N.C.
http://www.poynter.org/2016/there-are-huge-advantages-to-moving-to-a-smaller-city/443367/

    

ISWNE, Huck Boyd Center issue call for applied research on community journalism

The International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors(ISWNE) and the Huck Boyd National Center for Community Media at Kansas State University are accepting proposals for papers that will provide guidance on general issues and/or everyday problems...

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AEJMC 2017: Call for community journalism panel proposals

The Community Journalism Interest Group is accepting panel proposals for the 2017 AEJMC conference in Chicago, and we would love to hear your programming ideas.

Members may submit three types of panel proposals: Professional Freedom &...

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Teach the value of community journalism at AEJMC preconference session

We still have spots available for our pre-conference session "‘Hyping’ hyperlocal: Teaching the value of community journalism in the classroom and the startup." I've listed this session as one of our interest group's biggest accomplishments because I...

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