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<strong>In June, 2013, the National Conference for Media Reform in Denver, Colo., included a panel moderated by Sarah van Gelder, editor-in-chief of Yes! Magazine, exploring the emerging concept of [http://conference.freepress.net/session/making-media-making-change-journalism-solves-problems solutions journalism.] Listen to an [http://newshare.com/journalism/ncmr-solutions-journalism-04-06-13.mp3 MP3 AUDIO RECORDING] of the session.
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<big>In June, 2013, the National Conference for Media Reform in Denver, Colo., included a panel moderated by Sarah van Gelder, editor-in-chief of Yes! Magazine, exploring the emerging concept of [http://conference.freepress.net/session/making-media-making-change-journalism-solves-problems solutions journalism.] Listen to an [http://newshare.com/journalism/ncmr-solutions-journalism-04-06-13.mp3 MP3 AUDIO RECORDING] of the session.

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The start of some links and discussion about "solutions" journalism

*Solutions journalism discussion at a JTM conference in Seattle, Jan. 8, 2010


In June, 2013, the National Conference for Media Reform in Denver, Colo., included a panel moderated by Sarah van Gelder, editor-in-chief of Yes! Magazine, exploring the emerging concept of solutions journalism. Listen to an MP3 AUDIO RECORDING of the session.