When first-rate journalists first heaped it on.
Community Media Workshop is now Public Narrative. The new name comes with new ideas about its role in Chicago journalism.
The DNAinfo reporter talks about his day job and his passion for illustrated news.
Chicago’s Community Media Workshop names a new leader.
Community Media Workshop announces its newest Studs Terkel Award winners.
Journalists practicing solidarity
Mayor Emanuel ends the age-old tradition of taking his budget on the road to the people
Chicago Headline Club is sponsoring a meeting Thursday for journalists who want to understand youth violence better
The Reader‘s Mick Dumke wins a Studs Terkel Award
Chicago news websites unite to offer advertisers a million-page-view market
Lenz, Olivo, and Lyderson are named to received this year’s Studs Terkel Awards.
Despite costly losses at the polls, the Illinois Greens insist they aren’t blue.
A new report on online journalism in Chicago says audiences are rapidly growing but hardly anyone’s getting paid.
The dailies’ websites dominate the Chicago market, Community Media Workshop reports.
The Chicago Community Trust is scattering half a million dollars in seed money to support 12 innovative local journalism projects. It’s a new program, Community News Matters, funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation ($250,000) and the John D. and Catherine T.MacArthur Foundation ($100,000) as well as CCT; spokesperson Vivian Vahlberg says […]