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Meetr

2020 - Present
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Problem Space

With our mediascape changing by the day, we need tools that help us adapt and put trust over transactions. Engagement journalism builds trust in communities by reporting with communities rather than "on" them. Meetr measures the value of community engagement during and after a project through two easy steps.

Proposed Intervention

Step one takes journalists through a series of discussion questions on how community engagement informs their practice while step two asks them to complete a survey based on the discussion questions. By periodically scoring their engagement throughout a project, teams and journalists can track the impact of their engagement as Meetr calculates and graphs the scores.

Social Impact

News organizations such as the Ohio County Monitor, Capital Public Radio, and Alaska Public Radio News have utilized Meetr in recent projects.

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