☝️Who are your trusted sources of local news and info?
☝️What's your preferred way of getting news and info?
☝️What topics do you most care about?
☝️What’s one story that needs more attention?
📌@livmqhenry, Assessment Lead
📌@JesseAHardman, @LPostCollective founder
📌Juan Carlos Mosqueda Rosales, Community Liaison
📌Aaron Frisby, Community Liaison
📌Chali Lee, Community Liaison
📌Rocky Vang, Community Liaison
📖@CityBureau on info hierarchy of needs: bit.ly/2Y60Pth
📖@OutlierMedia on creating news for and with low-income residents: bit.ly/2kWIu4m
📖@mediaghosts on media deserts: bit.ly/2n1gD49
“We need a lot more of that grassroots, really place-based information to be in the frontlines more often.” —@ENPFresno’s Germán Quiñonez
⬆️This was a key question of @LPostCollective’s info needs assessment in Sonoma, too: bit.ly/2RdbvGY
📺“It’s not focused on service.”
📺“It confuses us.”
📺“They cause alarm to frighten people.”
A Tulare Co. school official said of TV: “I have to talk down my own parents, relieve their worry and anxiety about what they’re seeing in the news." /20
🚸 KBIF’s Gen X show
🚸 the California Advocate’s annual black graduates issue
🚸 @radiobilingue’s youth training
🚸 @CMACTV’s Welcome to FresBerg
📖 Requests from Fresno’s black community re: development news
📖 Thoughts on trust and representation from Hmong community members
📖 Differences in rural and urban info ecosystems
When: Oct. 16 at 5:30 p.m.
RSVP here: bit.ly/2kVEHUN
⏲️The deadline to apply is Dec. 1, 2019.