Are you looking to become a better journalist? We’ve got the tools you need, whether you’re a seasoned freelancer or the youngest guy at the newsroom.
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.
A few examples of Emmy-nominated stories from 2014 with a solutions-oriented focus, or at least using a “solutions-light” approach with some but not all SoJo principles.READ THE STORY
“We live in the desert. There’s not much water.” But the bigger story turned out to be more complex.READ THE STORY
Solutions Journalism Network: When did you first become familiar with solutions journalism?READ THE STORY
WWNO's series on flooding in river delta areas connects communities half a world away.READ THE STORY
Our fourth Solutions Live conversation dives into reporting responsibly on rural communities and how they’re taking on new challenges.READ THE STORY
Resurfacing one of SJN's first case studies.READ THE STORY
1) Ask for data.READ THE STORY
J-School faculty from across the country weigh inREAD 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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