The Journalism School Hackathon that the Reese News Lab and PBS MediaShift hosted last weekend brought together journalism students from all over the country to tackle challenges of the media industry. We’ve rounded up a great collection of photos, video, coverage and a fantastic Storify from Reese News Lab. Did we miss anything? Please add it in the comments, and we’ll update the post.
Associate Director of the Reese News Lab at UNC Sara Peach shot some photos at the J-School Hackathon. Here’s a gallery of them posted on Flickr:
Check out all the Hackathon pitches on video:
Time codes for each pitch:
McClatchy — How might we use high school sports to create tighter bonds within a community?
00:23:24 McClatchy – Overtime
00:30:30 McClatchy – Support Our Sports
00:37:56 McClatchy – Community Engagement Cup
Raleigh Public Record — How can we provide greater transparency into local government planning decisions and actions?
00:45:41 Raleigh Public Record – Voxity
00:54:30 Raleigh Public Record – Block Party
01:02:20 Raleigh Public Record – Cone Story
Finding Gold: Inside a J-School Hackathon (MediaShift)
Hacking At Media’s Most Pressing Problems (ExitEvent)
UF attends first Journalism School Hackathon at UNC (University of Florida)
Here’s a curated collection by Meghan Horton of Reese News Lab.
Angela Washeck is a freelance writer and editor based in Dallas. She is a proud graduate of Texas A&M University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a journalism minor. Angela also writes for MediaBistro’s 10,000 Words blog and TexasMonthly.com, and she once interned with the TV news magazine “Dan Rather Reports.” Her work has been republished on Editor & Publisher, the American Press Institute and more. When Angela is not busy with PBS MediaShift work, you can find her watching “How I Met Your Mother” reruns, watching Aggie football and attending indie/folk concerts in Dallas. Follow her @angelawasheck.