Life of a Fellow
Dispatches from current fellows about their Stanford experience.
Strategic collaboration between the media and the rest of civil society can help midwife good governance and social justice
It’s more effective than you think. Build it genuinely, with care and generosity, and it will help increase your work’s reach and impact
What can local news learn from the private messaging networks of immigrant communities?
What if every NPR station produced local content? Local newscasts. Local feature stories. Local call-in shows. Every day.
The worlds of algorithmic content moderation and recommendation are moving closer, with meme accounts caught in the intersection
How the next computing platform could change our lives
How multimedia storytelling will let us try on Spiderman’s suit
How to find immersive, interactive and innovative ways of reaching new audiences
How being open to different ideas and experiences creates a world of new possibilities
JSK Fellowship to help develop and highlight resources to support tribal media
Can countering news deserts and encouraging media literacy help solve the problem?
I will spend my year exploring experiments in local journalism sustainability and collaboration, to support newsrooms in Zimbabwe with new ways to tell stories and engage communities.
How bias works in the 21st Century.
What a dance class at Stanford taught me about destabilization, chaos and journalism.
Journalism, as it is currently celebrated in prizes and taught in universities, is too US-centric.
“Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.” — Pablo Picasso
Healthy habits from my JSK Fellowship year that I’ll take with me back to my freelance life.
How journalism can be more collaborative.
Going into schools to mix street art, journalism and media literacy.
How should we journalists address the growing problem of synthetic media?
News organizations need to be more accessible and transparent to bridge the growing divide between them and audiences.