Have you heard about the new public service journalism prize in the category of “Restorative Narrative”? Probably not, since the award hasn’t been created yet. But it should be, judging by the enthusiasm expressed by media makers and media consumers at a conference in the Catskills recently.
You're stuck and worried. Panic sets in. Know that feeling? How do you get "unstuck" when working on a big project? That was one of the questions we posed to participants at a recent Renaissance Journalism retreat designed to help them examine their work and purpose as journalists.
Journalists spend much of their time poking into other people’s lives, but we turned the tables on a group of them the other day. We asked: Do you wear a mask to work?