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Ben Wolfe

Our storytelling is in service to emerging new values
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There’s a powerful and hopeful generational shift happening in how we work, how we communicate, how we approach problems, and what we see as leadership. It comes up daily in the work we do at Axiom News, and in a sense it underlies many of the stories we share.

Michelle Strutzenberger

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A July 10 NPR article provides evidence that binging on bad news is, well, bad for us. The article cites a national report which found one in four of the 2,500 Americans surveyed had experienced a “great deal” of stress in the previous month — and that one of the biggest contributors to their day-to-day stress was their news diet.

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News Organizations to Share Community Engagement Insights
The Gazette Company's We Create Here, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is one of three journalistic pilot projects that will share how they are engaging their communities at next week's ASNE-APME conference. Pictured: Sarah Binder and Kiran Sood, journalists and engagement managers for We Create Here, kicked off an EntreFEST discussion on the intersection of diversity and entrepreneurship. (Photo: Justin Wan/The Gazette-KCRG TV9)
ASNE, Journalism That Matters project will share insights, invite others to get involved

As news editors from across the country convene next week, those involved in hosting a session on Growing Audience through Engaging Communities hope to see attendees inspired by experiments from their colleagues and motivated to try new ways of getting involved in their communities. 

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