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What were we thinking? So far at Dot Connector Studio…

What were we thinking? So far at Dot Connector Studio…

Every so often, it’s crucial to take a step back and look at the big picture. This year, we took a break from our usual spring newsletter to contemplate how we’ve spent the last five years, and what we hope to do next. Below, learn more…

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Our Latest Collaboration: DCS Partners With Multiply Bureau to Pursue New Projects on Media Innovation, Impact

Our Latest Collaboration: DCS Partners With Multiply Bureau to Pursue New Projects on Media Innovation, Impact

We are excited to announce a new strategic partnership with the San Francisco Bay Area-based impact and innovation consulting firm Multiply Bureau, led by Hannah Eaves. Hannah has worked with our director, Jessica Clark to develop rigorous methods of media impact assessment on and off…

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On the Trail of the Impact Pack

On the Trail of the Impact Pack

Our Impact Pack continues to make its way around the globe. Check out the full list below to see where the decks have been. AFI DOCS Impact Lab, Washington, DC Central European University, Budapest, Hungary ComNet17, Miami Beach, Florida Conservation Media Group, Camden, ME Culture…

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Closing out 2018 Strong: New News Business Models, Ethical Collaboration, Immersive Audio, and Commissions as a Compass

Closing out 2018 Strong: New News Business Models, Ethical Collaboration, Immersive Audio, and Commissions as a Compass

Now that the new year is upon us, we wanted to reflect on what the Dot Connector Studio team did in the fall. It’s been a whirlwind! In September, director Jessica Clark went down to Austin attend one of our favorite conferences, ONA18. There she…

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Off to ONA! Here’s Dot Connector’s latest

Off to ONA! Here’s Dot Connector’s latest

It’s that time again: Each fall, Dot Connector Studio heads to the Online News Association conference to meet up with friends and colleagues and discover the latest journalism innovations. I’ll be there, scouring the Midway, hearing the latest insights from Knight’s Commission on Trust, Media and Democracy and checking out…

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Summer updates from Dot Connector Studio

Summer updates from Dot Connector Studio

Summer is in full swing at DCS headquarters in Philadelphia—complete with heat waves, water main breaks, and lots of travel to less humid places. But this hasn’t stopped us from presenting at conferences and producing reports, articles, and more. Nancy Watzman, director of strategic initiatives,…

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The Media Impact Project Features Impact Pack

The Media Impact Project Features Impact Pack

The Media Impact Project (MIP) at the University of Southern California’s Norman Lear Center recently highlighted the updated Impact Pack, our media strategy deck designed to help funders, makers and researchers plan and evaluate their engagement strategies. The latest deck includes two new cards: “trust” and…

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Making a New Reality #7: Design for Justice

Making a New Reality #7: Design for Justice

The Making a New Reality project, which Dot Connector is producing in collaboration with Kamal Sinclair, published a seventh issue that addresses designing for justice in emerging media. In the feature piece, Sinclair presents a number of design principles established by leaders in the discipline hailing from…

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Check out Immerse Issue #16

Check out Immerse Issue #16

Issue #16 of Immerse—the monthly digital publication focused on emerging nonfiction storytelling edited by DCS director Jessica Clark is now live. It features an article by Dan Archer, who delves into his research at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia Journalism School on VR…

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Highlights from the Media Impact Forum

Highlights from the Media Impact Forum

Check out Director Jessica Clark’s insights from the Media Impact Forum, a two day symposium for media funders, hosted by Media Impact Funders at the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia on May 9 and 10. This year’s event  focused on the intersection of science and journalism….

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