Informed & Engaged is a Knight Foundation show that unpacks the ideas and solutions impacting the changing media landscape.
Hosted by the Knight Journalism team.
For the media, this is the most challenging election in modern American history. Journalists are preparing to cover a presidential race that’s impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, mail-in voting concerns, misinformation on social media — and election night could turn into weeks over disputed results. On Episode 11 […]
This year, newsrooms are facing increased pressures to ramp up their businesses, address organizational inequities, and close a growing digital divide. . What does this mean for people supporting journalism entrepreneurship? How can funders and philanthropists strategically invest to disrupt the current state of the industry? On Episode 9 […]
This episode of Informed & Engaged features a conversation with Michelle Ye He Lee, President of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA), and the co-founder of the Journalists of Color Slack channel, Aaron Williams and what BIPOC colleagues are saying about the unprecedented moment […]
On Episode 6 of Informed & Engaged, a weekly Knight Journalism show, leaders of two of the largest organizations for journalists of color will join us to discuss the heightened race awareness we’re seeing amid COVID-19 and our country’s current moment of racial reckoning. We’ll hear from Hugo Balta, President […]
The rising Black Lives Matter movement is inspiring important conversations around racism in immigrant communities — and shaping how journalists report on race issues, police brutality and other important topics. On Episode 3 of Informed & Engaged, four journalists, Tanzina Vega, Karen Attiah, Karen Attiah and Fabiola Santiago […]
A Moment of Reckoning: How Journalism Can Begin to Dismantle Its Systems of Racism (Monday, June 15, 2020) The inaugural episode of Informed & Engaged, a new weekly Knight show on the ideas and solutions impacting the media landscape, kicked off with a conversation that meets the moment but remains long overdue. […]