Total Community Coverage in Cyberspace

December 06, 2007 - December 08, 2007
Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California
In partnership with The Maynard Institute

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NEW! Total Community Coverage Series

About the Seminar

Total Community Coverage Series

The Knight Digital Media Center has published a special six-part series on Total Community Coverage, explaining what news organizations can do to reach commonly overlooked groups differentiated by language, income, ethnicity, education, location, culture, age, and more. These strategies blend traditional, digital, and mobile media with practical community outreach skills.

Fellowships were provided for 20 online journalists for this special seminar focused on helping news organizations understand the impact of changing demographics on their audience and their content. Topics included:

  • The latest research on how various demographic groups engage with the internet.
  • The keys to ensuring your content reflects the interests and voices of all of your community members.
  • The different tools available for engaging your audience in a “conversation” and building social networks.
  • The Fault Lines that should inform content development and editorial decision-making.


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[email protected] is now offering customized digital strategies training for news organizations that is designed to help leaders create versatile, innovative and collaborative cultures for the 21st Century. For more information please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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