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  • John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford | JSK Journalism Fellowships foster journalistic innovation, entrepreneurship, and leadership.
    Foundation for new initiatives to help journalism JSK gets support from the Knight Foundation for new initiatives to help journalism Jim Bettinger Director We re launching new initiatives over the next year to amplify and extend our program s impact with funding support from the John L and James S Knight Foundation Continue reading JSK Journalism Fellowships foster journalistic innovation entrepreneurship and leadership Become a Fellow Together with a group of fellows from all over the world you ll pursue and develop your innovation ideas and practices with all the resources of Stanford and Silicon Valley Learn more Application Deadline is Dec 1 We accept applications from qualified journalists and journalism entrepreneurs from around the world Apply Now Meet the Fellows The current group of Knight Fellows showcases journalists and journalism entrepreneurs from around the world Learn more Knight Risser Prize The Knight Risser Prize recognizes the best environmental reporting on the North American West Go to the Knight Risser site JSK Fellow talks about winning prestigious Latin American award for media innovation When Radio Ambulante launched three years ago not many people thought there was an audience for its long form journalism said co founder Carolina Guerrero It now has 100 000 listeners a month Our audience is hungry for more content JSK Oct 2 2014 News Notes JSK Alumni at ONA14 in Chicago A number of former and current fellows as well as JSK program staff were in Chicago last week at the Online News Association s 2014 Conference one of the premier gatherings for digital journalists JSK Sep 22 2014 News Notes Apply for a JSK Fellowship Deadline Dec 1 Ready to transform your journalism and your life Apply for a 2015 16 John S Knight Journalism Fellowship The deadline is Dec 1 2014 for both U

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  • About Us | JSK
    History Since 1966 more than 900 people from all over the world have joined a community of Knight Fellows at Stanford Journalism is changing rapidly and we support fellows and partners as they push journalism s evolution We re excited about new models tools and approaches that make better experiences for readers reporters and newsrooms Learn more People Meet the directors and staff our board of visitors and the members of the program committee Learn more John S Knight John S Knight represented the best in American newspaper publishing As new practices and technologies emerge and as our program changes we continue to expand on his ideas We believe as John S Knight did in high quality independent journalism that serves both our local communities and the public interest Learn more Contact Us If you have a question the simplest way to reach us is by email at info kf stanford edu Learn more Find Us on the Web For news updates and announcements follow Knight Journalism Fellowships on Facebook Twitter and YouTube Facebook Twitter YouTube Recommended Claudia Núñez Break routine take the first step lose fear Answers to some common JSK application questions A day in the life of

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  • Become a Fellow | JSK
    heart of Silicon Valley Immersed in the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit of this region they are inspired to let go of old assumptions and learn new ways of thinking and working We select fellows who identify and articulate a specific journalism challenge they want to explore in hopes of identifying potential solutions they will continue to work on beyond their time with us We expect them to arrive in the program with more questions than answers and we seek people who are eager to experiment and to change course based on what they learn along the way JSK Fellows learn from and collaborate with each other Diversity of background experience and viewpoints is a fundamental value of our program We enthusiastically include spouses partners and families in fellowship life If you are looking for a sabbatical this is not the program for you JSK Fellows spend a significant portion of their time pursuing their journalism challenges while also taking advantage of classes and other activities at Stanford and in Silicon Valley By the end of the program we expect fellows to have some sort of outcome from their work on the journalism challenges That outcome can take many forms and is often a preliminary or intermediate step toward a goal that the fellow will continue to pursue after their JSK fellowship Some fellows explore ideas that involve technology others work on challenges that focus on organizational change and innovation We are not a program focused on creating products companies or organizations though some fellows have ended up doing those things We also are not a reporting fellowship You need to meet a few eligibility requirements and applications are accepted online There is no single formula for identifying a journalism challenge that will assure you are selected for a JSK Fellowship

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  • Meet the Fellows | JSK
    many constant distractions Carolina Guerrero Knight Foundation Latin American Fellow co founder and executive director Radio Ambulante San Francisco carolina guerrero stanford edu nuncaduermo Challenge How can we help Latin American journalists produce long form narrative radio journalism Lope Gutiérrez Ruiz co editor and co founder Gopher Magazine In House Int l Austin Texas lope stanford edu hello lope Challenge How can we make city performance data more engaging Louis Hansen tablet reporter The Virginian Pilot Norfolk Va louis hansen stanford edu HansenLouis Challenge How do we create profitable afternoon tablet publications for newspapers Jeremy Hay staff writer The Press Democrat Santa Rosa Calif jahay stanford edu jeremyhay Challenge How can we encourage deeper reporting on poverty in the United States Cordelia Hebblethwaite lead writer BBC Trending London cordheb stanford edu CordeliaHeb Challenge How can journalists exploit the full potential of social media Jiang Jing Enlight Foundation Fellow senior editor Science and Technology Daily Beijing jingj stanford edu Challenge How can we increase high quality science reporting in China Anne Kornblut deputy assistant managing editor for national news The Washington Post Washington D C anne8 stanford edu annekornblut Challenge What new tools and skills do newsroom leaders need to grow digital audiences Yvonne Leow senior associate North Base Media New York yleow stanford edu YvonneLeow Challenge How can we unlock valuable information buried in our news archives Izabela Moi Knight Foundation Latin American Fellow editor and project coordinator Mural Project São Paulo imoi stanford edu izamoi Challenge How can we produce and distribute news from local communities in way that gets shared across a large urban area Michael Morisy founder MuckRock Boston morisy stanford edu morisy Challenge Can we do new forms of journalistic data gathering that are more cost effective powerful and transparent Beatrice Motamedi freelance journalist Oakland Calif

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  • For JSK Fellowships alumni | JSK
    private web space for alumni of the Knight Journalism Fellowships program an effort to help all of us build a more cohesive and collaborative alumni community Alumni participate in a brainstorming session at the d school photo Doug Zimmerman Beginning with a basic set of features and resources that many alumni have told us they want we ve created a central place that brings together social networking platforms to help Knight Fellows connect with existing alumni communities share and access professional information and expertise and have discussions The foundation of the network is a private Google Group and a related private website that brings together all of the resources and platforms to make it easier for alumni to navigate through them They include a LinkedIn Group a Twitter List of Knight Fellows a Facebook Group and several shared resources such as an an event calendar and job listings To ask to join the JSK Network please visit the JSK Network website Connect with Alumni Learn what other Knight alums are up to share your news and join the conversations at the Knight Alumni Facebook group more than 300 strong and growing Knight Alumni on Facebook Recommended Claudia Núñez Break routine

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  • News & Notes | JSK
    Liévano spent his 2013 JSK Fellowship year exploring ways to use data animation to tell stories Wilson Liévano 13 Sep 4 2014 JSK Alumni at NAHJ14 Convention Are you ready for journalism s future And are you attending the 2014 National Association for Hispanic Journalists convention in San Antonio JSK Aug 6 2014 JSK alumni at IRE14 conference Two former fellows Andy Donohue and T Christian Miller are on the organization s board Fourteen fellows will be presenting at workshops and discussions JSK Jun 25 2014 Re engineering Journalism 2014 How JSK Fellows visions get real We believe that Fellows hold in their hands the power to create a future for journalism that is brighter and more vibrant than its past Jim Bettinger Director May 19 2014 John Temple on Silicon Valley s lessons for journalists Journalist John Temple and Knight Fellowships Director Jim Bettinger briefly discuss Temple s impressions and experiences as a senior fellow in the Knight Fellowships JSK May 13 2014 U S Knight Fellows for 2014 15 announced Twelve U S journalists and innovators have won John S Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford University for the 2014 15 academic year JSK Apr 28 2014 Re engineering Journalism 20 Visions from the 2014 Knight Fellows Join us this year from 5 30 to 8 30 p m May 5 at the Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge JSK Apr 27 2014 New group of Knight Alumni wins grants for journalism prototypes Two recent Knight Fellows Marie Catherine Beuth and T Christian Miller are among the winners of 35 000 Knight Prototype Fund grants JSK Apr 22 2014 2014 15 John S Knight International Journalism Fellows named They will research a range of proposals for meeting journalism s challenges such as platforms to create newsgames and

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  • Life of a Fellow | JSK
    the startup mentality In a disrupted news landscape local publications need to think like startups try things fail fast and remember that life is a prototype Alexa Schirtzinger 14 Mar 17 2014 What do today s news consumers really want Fellows spent a Saturday asking people in San Francisco two fundamental questions In this digital age how do you get your news and why Alexa Schirtzinger 14 Mar 17 2014 From South Sudan to China When global events affect fellowship projects When South Sudan descended into violence Knight Fellow Kennedy Jawoko had to pivot The result is a new collaboration between Fellows Alexa Schirtzinger 14 Mar 12 2014 The future of media attention driven and bright At Stanford s Future of Media Conference Knight Fellows talked with digital media entrepreneurs and industry leaders about the future of journalism TV mobile media and much more Alexa Schirtzinger 14 Mar 6 2014 How do you make a wall talk My Art in the Streets class has provided me with new insights for my journalism challenge Andrew Losowsky 14 Mar 4 2014 Riptide The epic collision between journalism and digital technology Riptide authors Twitter execs and internet luminaries discussed the convergence of journalism Cindy Royal 14 Feb 27 2014 Knight Fellow Danyel Smith on mastering social media Always be connected Smith told Knight Fellows yesterday Social media is a lifestyle Alexa Schirtzinger 14 Feb 27 2014 Fellow from Pakistan discovers Silicon Valley is also a state of mind Students in Pakistan have new ideas but kill them when they think of the resources they will need Others think there is nothing new to create Tayyeb Afridi 14 Oct 24 2013 Knight gets second chance at making the best of Stanford Life at Stanford as a husband and father is a little different from

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  • Claudia Núñez: Break routine, take the first step, lose fear | JSK
    Knight Fellow 11 during a conference at UC Berkeley She gave a presentation about her project which was similar in idea to mine it was related to immigration The energy with which Phuong presented her project gave me the confidence that I needed to present my proposals How did you spend your year at Stanford I would be lying if I said that I only spent my time there expanding my vision of journalism in technology The year at Stanford was a mixture of renewing my ties with my family an opportunity to make new friends ponder my health and gain the understanding of the importance of collaboration something that ultimately was my greatest lesson How did your project evolve during the year The first phase of my project involved my complete immersion into classes of statistics data journalism and visualization techniques At the same time I took the opportunity to meet and chat with a number of experts regarding my idea Each and every one of them provided valuable insight and advice that further developed the Migrahack project training and hackathons on immigration data The fellowship has been a total game changer Thanks to the relationships that I developed as a result of the fellowship my project was able to launch I set a goal to hold a Migrahack in Los Angeles as a pilot We had little money but a lot of volunteers including several of my fellow Knight Fellows as well as a professor at Stanford and open data advocates from Los Angeles Afterward I continued to collaborate with Phuong Ly another Knight fellow who was executive director of the Institute for Justice Journalism Migrahack became part of IJJ and Phuong and I collaborated to improve the project IJJ was able to bring fundraising resources to make Migrahack a bigger and more effective event We organized two multi day hackathons in Chicago and Mexico City and two smaller training events Migrahack became a symbol of collaboration journalism a new way to generate stories based on the power of the diversity of backgrounds With the help of many of my Knight Fellows Wilson Liévano Nuno Vargas Martyn Williams Carlos Martinez de la Serna Cindy Royal Teresa Bouza as well as the people who believe in a better journalism Periodistas de a Pie Margarita Torres Patricia Carbajales David Eads and many more we have trained dozens of journalists and nonprofit staffers on the importance of using data and technology Through Migrahack more than 20 interactive projects have been developed and widely distributed on social media as well as in traditional media outlets in the U S Mexico and Central America In parallel with my Migrahack work the fellowship has opened the door to participating in numerous conferences throughout the U S Mexico and Europe This has all been made possible due to this fabulous year spent at Stanford New opportunities have presented themselves to me including becoming part of the leading human rights organization in the world Human Rights

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