RJI Futures Lab update #63

Hacking the future of journalism


The ideas surfaced during a two-day hackathon organized and hosted in San Francisco by the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, KQED and the Public Media Platform.

About 80 journalists, programmers and other innovative thinkers formed teams and developed prototypes over the course of 37 hours. Out of the 14 projects presented in the end, four received awards from the panel of judges.

In this update we hear from members of each of the winning teams about what they came up with and how their ideas could make a difference.

Watch the RJI Futures Lab video update here.

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