Some of us have noticed that the Trump supporters in our lives and on our timelines are sounding increasingly absurd. So we checked up on some of the places where they get their information from, and holy cow.
There is a process. First of all, you are curious, then you discover, then you research, and then the cycle continues. You discover more things.
Below you will find our developing reportorial agenda—the BINJ Citizens Agenda—curated using input from the public as well as media makers who are coming to report on the ground in New Hampshire
As the lone remaining leaf on the street in some neighborhoods and corners, we promise to take the responsibility that comes with that seriously.
This interpolative remix of Indivior’s Sublocade commercial was written and produced by the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism as part of its Film Intervening Getting High Team (F.I.G.H.T.) initiative.
I want to revisit the extent to which you, DigBoston readers, can help us in the reporting and also the news dissemination process.
Are you tired of the same horse race political coverage? Are you sick of hearing about how much money the candidates raised? Do you want coverage to reflect more state and local issues?
Titled “No News Is Bad News,” it’s about how the predicament of local media in this state has gone “from bad to worse,” what “a world without news really looks like,” and, specifically, how “the marriage of GateHouse and Gannett looms like an Angel of Death over what’s left of the local media landscape.”
'This is who we are, these are our stories, and nobody is going to act like we have no voice around here.'
I have yet to settle on some hard and fast rules for our style guide, but I’m certainly a lot more educated on the matter now that I’ve considered these and other informed comments.