JSK Fellows share the questions they are now exploring at Stanford as they set out to address challenges facing journalism.
There is a huge opportunity to step into the space created by news organizations’ behavior that undervalues and underestimates their low-income news consumers.
Media outlets in developing markets are in big trouble. What we can do about it?
How can we translate the best information about race in America to conversation-changing journalism?
We need to find ways to improve journalism about race, racism, and racial identity by enriching it with high-quality academic insights, data, and storytelling.
We need to increase the number of female leaders, role models, influencers and agenda setters in today’s newsrooms.
By grounding stories in geography, we can add context and depth.
How can city newsrooms track and capture data from complex issues independent of reporters’ efforts?
Helping newsrooms crowdsource and organize documents and context from citizens about ongoing civic issues.
To cultivate stronger reporting on our diverse world, we need to understand how this human trait affects our work.
Exploring ideas for creating a culture of innovation in Australian journalism.
Pushing the news ecosystem to better address the shift of media work from employees to contractors.
Building free and open-source tools to capture structured data from repetitive scanned-in forms.
How can we structure news organizations to support innovation and restore the influence of quality journalism?
News organizations in China need to adapt to the digital age, find new business models and adhere to key journalism values.
Creating a sustainable business model for Civil Eats and, in the process, innovating on funding for all digital publications.
Exploring ways to sustain great writing and in-depth reporting as Latin American newsrooms move increasingly online.
Exploring ways to distribute high-impact journalism so that it resonates in local communities and the halls of power in Washington.
Public radio needs to take advantage of the media disruption to create a more dynamic relationship with its audience.
Encouraging news coverage that better reflects, and is more relevant to, millennials and people of color.
I want to encourage independent and sustainable media ventures in Venezuela, by developing a journalist-centered innovation model.
I am seeking a business model for sustaining some of the most expensive and essential journalism we produce — foreign correspondence.
Reaching Spanish-speaking audiences on their mobile devices.