Saturday: Meet Broke in Philly partners at Klein News Innovation Camp

“Lessons from Broke in Philly: The benefits and challenges of mass city-wide collaboration among local media outlets” is one of the featured sessions planned for Klein News Innovation Camp this Saturday at Annenberg Hall, at the Klein College of Media and Communication on the main campus at Temple University in North Philadelphia. (map)

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Inside Broke in Philly

The Lenfest Institute: Community Listening and Engagement Fund announces 18 new grants

Resolve Philadelphia, the organization that brings you Broke in Philly, is proud to announce that we’ve received a grant from the CLEF Listening Fund to underwrite our subscription to Hearken. Hearken is a digital tool that allows news organizations to include the public as a story develops, from conception to publication, resulting in more inclusive, original reporting and helping newsrooms create new revenue streams. We are excited to roll this out among our media partners over the coming months and giving you even better coverage of our focal issues, so stay tuned! (Read more.)

#HighCost of Being Broke

#BrokeinPhilly: The high cost of being broke

Broke in Philly editor Jean Friedman-Rudovsky appeared over the weekend on CBSN, CBS News’ streaming video channel, to discuss the #HighCost of Being Broke series — which launched earlier this month.

The first installment covered banking, transportation, cell phone access, food staples and more, also highlighting solutions, policies or programs or options that help alleviate some of the cost born by those who can least afford to take them on.

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