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Colorado News Collaborative (COLab)
Strengthening journalism in Colorado through collaboration
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We know there are stories out there newsrooms don't have the resources to cover alone as well as stories in increasingly wide swaths of Colorado that have become news deserts — meaning communities have no local news source. Veteran award-winning Colorado journalists Susan Greene and Tina Griego, in their new role with the Colorado News Collaborative (COLab), a nonprofit supporting journalism excellence, can help your newsroom produce in-depth narrative, explanatory and investigative reporting. They are offering reporting, editing and mentoring help to ensure important stories are reported with the depth they deserve, offering hands-on training in the process.
Thank you for joining this movement in Colorado collaborative journalism. Together, we can do great things.
First, what kind of story are we talking about?
A million stories are waiting to be told, so we'll need to prioritize. Some criteria we'll be considering:
Does your story idea check any of these boxes? Great. Please fill out this form to help us figure out your needs and how we might help. What you write stays between us, so please be as detailed as possible.
COLLABORATION IN ACTION
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