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Are you an editor or a producer at a news outlet? We provide training, consulting, and other resources to help catalyze high-impact solutions reporting.
Teaching others how to do solutions journalism? Craft your own courses with our curriculum builder, and check out these resources on our blog.
Can coal remain the bedrock of Wyoming’s economy? And what does Germany have to do with the U.S. approach to laid-off coal miners? Applying solutions journalism to climate change, workforce training and rural community development.READ THE STORY
Editor-in-Chief Sarika Bansal on the story and mission behind the new solutions-focused publicationREAD THE STORY
This “watchdog” role is critical to the vitality of democratic society. But we believe it’s also insufficient.READ THE STORY
Lessons from the Seattle Times’ first major event around Ed LabREAD THE STORY
A Q&A from the archives with Seattle Times staff on how to cover education with the solutions lensREAD THE STORY
Seattle Times engagement event in 2015 leads to lessons on power of solutions journalism #TBTREAD THE STORY
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If you can provide a space, we’re always happy to do in-person trainings for newsroom teams. Our core training explains what solutions journalism is and how to employ it as an additional tool in your reporting.
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