Almost two years since we first began on this journey, dozens of interviews with audience engagement editors, community managers, and executives from local newsrooms and nonprofit media, we are ready for some big announcements: Qurio is ready for you!
An interview with journalist and academic, Jenna Spinelle, about the future of local journalists and the creator economy.
This is our second product update, and we’re excited because everything we’ve built is according to your feedback!
The highly anticipated International Journalism Festival has returned to Perugia, boasting over 400 speakers on all things journalism.
On our first ever product update, we discuss recent developments of our software platform to keep you in the loop and get your feedback as soon as possible.
Today we are putting our shared views of our database available for everyone.
After two years of research on mostly the U.S. news media ecosystem, we got to build a database of media organizations of all shapes and sizes.
We’d like to share a few thoughts about how grateful we are for the people that have helped us, the moments of joy [and pure fear] that this effort is filled with and the learnings we’ve earned.
We traveled to Lithuania to attend the “Spark to Journalism: Engaged Journalism” workshop by Media4Change.
We tried to gather insights from the participants, especially for engagement editors & reporters.