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MEET OUR LISTENING POST COLLECTIVE MEMBERS

The Listening Post Collective is a vibrant and collaborative network of partners across the US. The Listening Post team focuses on two things.

Supporting our members

We help establish projects and mentor local media working in communities that have news and information gaps. We provide funding, help conduct local research, and offer project support and coaching to local actors who seek to expand their community’s voice in media and make sure residents are better informed.

Sharing and learning

Through our playbook, newsletters and our toolkit, we share our strategies with a community of reporting outlets, journalism schools, and engaged journalism projects around the US. We also seek to learn from that same cohort, and collaboratively explore sustainability, reach, representation, and impact of local journalism.

Meet members of the LPC Collective below:

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HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

Interested in conducting an Information Ecosystem Assessment in your community?

Want to host an engagement workshop for your newsroom or need mentoring for an ongoing project?

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Learn more about Listening Post Collective Members below:

Location

Morgantown

Focus

100 Days in Appalachia is published at the West Virginia University’s Reed College of Media in collaboration with West Virginia Public Broadcasting and The Daily Yonder in Kentucky. In an effort to amplify missing voices and unique perspectives from Appalachia, they have an open-source, co-publishing model and share content with regional, national and international media organizations— from the Gazette Mail in West Virginia to Reckon in Alabama to Politifact, Salon, Rewire, The Guardian and others.


100 Days in Appalachia was born the day after the 2016 election. Weary of the influx of parachuting journalists seeking insights into rural America, 100 Days launched to push back on the national narratives that had reduced our region to a handful of narrow stories. 100 Days works with local voices to apply a cultural lens to what’s happening in our backyards and share what that means for the rest of the world.

Location

Morgantown

Focus

100 Days in Appalachia is published at the West Virginia University’s Reed College of Media in collaboration with West Virginia Public Broadcasting and The Daily Yonder in Kentucky. In an effort to amplify missing voices and unique perspectives from Appalachia, they have an open-source, co-publishing model and share content with regional, national and international media organizations— from the Gazette Mail in West Virginia to Reckon in Alabama to Politifact, Salon, Rewire, The Guardian and others.


100 Days in Appalachia was born the day after the 2016 election. Weary of the influx of parachuting journalists seeking insights into rural America, 100 Days launched to push back on the national narratives that had reduced our region to a handful of narrow stories. 100 Days works with local voices to apply a cultural lens to what’s happening in our backyards and share what that means for the rest of the world.

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