Newhouse Impact: Power Dynamics and Generational Change in Public Media
The American Journalist Project is a non-profit dedicated to identifying, supporting, and funding independent local news. In an age where the journalists must navigate continuously declining resources, corporate consolidation, and some of the lowest levels of trust from the American public, the AJP uses grant funding to support local news and research to help position news organizations for success.
In this episode of Newhouse Impact, Kevin Kloss talks to Stan Jastrzebski, an award-winning public journalist and doctoral candidate at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications about the AJP's groundbreaking public media subsample--how they pulled it all together, what they discovered, and what public journalists can take away from it.
Newhouse Impact, is a collaboration between the S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications and WAER. Find more about the department on their website.