Collaborative journalismSubscribe to Updates Collaborative journalism can be defined as cooperative arrangements, formal and informal, between two or more news and information organizations, which aim to supplement each group’s editorial resources and maximize the impact of the content produced. This encompasses news organizations working together on reporting projects, partnering on audience engagement efforts, co-collecting and sharing data, or even teaming up to build technology that supports multiple organizations working toward a shared journalistic goal. Collaboration is also important within teams in news organizations to ensure resources are being utilized effectively and the right processes help solve institutional problems.
Big Picture A primer on collaborative journalism
Collaborative journalism takes many forms: reporting, deepening relationships with audiences, co-collecting and sharing data, or even teaming up to build technology. Learn the basics here.
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