Maynard Institute Webinars
In 2011, we produced our first webinar through a grant provided by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. In the coming months we will expand our online library. While we encourage people to participate on the day of broadcast to engage with presenters and ask questions, we make these webinars available on our site indefinitely for viewing at your convenience.
October 4, 2011Maynard Institute webinar on structural inequity in health and education, "Fishing for the Story Upstream" presented by Sally Lehrman, Knight-Ridder / San Jose Mercury NewsEndowed Chair for Journalism in the Public Interest, Santa Clara University... more »
May 2, 2012Journalist Briefing on Media Coverage of Black Males - May 3, 2012, Webinar, Hosted by The Opportunity Agenda and The Maynard Institute Opportunity for Black Men and Boys: Public Opinion, Media Depictions, and Media Consumption - Follow this link to... more »
June 7, 2012The Maynard Institute and Bay Area News Group, with sponsorship from The California Endowment, have partnered to launch OaklandEffect.com, a site dedicated to reporting on the impact of violence in Oakland. Visit http://oaklandeffect.com to read... more »
January 31, 2013It’s frustrating. You do good work. You know your nonprofit is making a difference and yet you haven't been able to effectively reach the media. We can help! Media Outreach 101: Honing Your Message, the first in our series of webinars aimed at... more »
April 25, 2013This webinar took place Friday April 26, 2013. We have made it available to all registrants who weren't able to see it live. Purchase of this ticket will enable you to watch on-demand at your convenience. Maynard Institute for Journalism... more »
May 23, 2013Maynard Institute Self-Directed Course on Entrepreneurship Do you want to create a journalism start-up but wonder if you should take the risk?Go through the Maynard Institute's free course, Entrepreneurship: Beyond the Start-Up, for a walk-through... more »
Work We <3 | FDP
Instead of spending all our time calling out journalism that doesn't work, we want to find work we like. We'd like to encourage our readers to submit links to content that is moving or challenging and that goes beyond the standard narrative either at the level of form or content. In other words, we want to see journalism that works.
We're particularly interested in work at the nexus of the following categories:
- Please include a comment explaining why the content you're sharing works.
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