Launching new programs to help revive local journalism It has been just over a year since my Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism and DigBoston colleagues and I organized the Somerville Community Summit to give area residents a chance to speak for two minutes each to 15 journalists about what kind of neighborhood news they […]
Join author and Jacobin editorial board member Nicole Aschoff for a discussion about how tech empowers community organizing and protest movements to combat the systems of capitalism and data exploitation that helped drive tech’s own rise to ubiquity.
In the spirit of the Citizens Agenda that BINJ is using to guide our coverage in the Granite State, Local Voices Network will engage members of the public in dialogue about the issues that affect their lives (as opposed to chasing popular media narratives).
The Shaskeen Pub will host the BINJ pop-up newsroom and reporters from across the country from Feb. 5 – Feb. 11, and has a schedule packed with music, comedy, podcast tapings, and other events for a week of political pandemonium.
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.