FUTURE: Spokane daily's editor details creation of "transparent newsroom" in Rosen blog post


On the weblog of New York University journalism professor Jay Rosen, there's a guest piece by the editor of the Spokane Statesman-Review, a 107,000-circulation daily, about their extensive efforts at creating a "transparent newsroom." It's a detailed look at one newspaper's effort to change. Here's the link:

Here's a link to Spokane editor Steve Smith's account of "transparent newsroom" in the fall edition of Nieman Reports:

Read also a transcript of New York University professor Jay Rosen's appearance on a Washington Post-sponsored chat session about Bob Woodward:

Smith also links to a 1999 American Society of Newspaper Editors' credibility report:

Here is a Washington Post column on Spokane's transparent newsroom approach: