I’m frequently interviewed for stories about the media industry and have been quoted in dozens of publications throughout the past few years. Here are some of the stories I’ve been featured in:
- Columbia Journalism Review: Building a new storytelling movement: Will a new genre of Restorative Narratives have an impact on journalism?
- The Chronicle of Philanthropy: In storytelling, focusing on solutions, not problems
- American Press Institute: How Restorative narratives shape communities
- MediaShift: How Restorative Narratives can engage communities after tragedies & How can we bring Restorative Narratives to the forefront of news?
- It’s All Journalism podcast: Restorative narrative: Tales of resiliency and recovery
- University of Florida’s Frank website: Storytelling that goes beyond ‘what happened’ to ‘what’s possible’
- New England Newspaper & Press Association: Restorative narratives: Adding community aid, comfort, to disaster reports & Movement encourages holistic approach to covering calamities
- Newspaper Association of America: Five answers with ivoh’s Mallary Jean Tenore
- Florida International University’s website: Transforming stories of violence, tragedy to resilience, hope
- American Journalism Review: Some newspapers to staff: social media isn’t optional; it’s mandatory
- NPR affiliate WAMU: News organizations learn to adapt in Virginia Tech emergency
- NPR affiliate WITF: What happens when journalists spread misinformation on social networks
- Journalism & Women Symposium: Women journalists in the 21st century
- PBS’ Colorado Public Television: Journalism ethics in the News of the World phone hacking scandal
You can watch me speak here…