The Solutions Journalism Network on Tuesday released a guide that helps editors introduce solutions journalism reporting methods into their newsroom.
Solutions journalism calls for reporters not only to point out the problems in stories they’re covering, but also to offer potential resolutions and to highlight other approaches that might work. The network launched in 2012, and so far SJN has worked with more than40 newsrooms throughout the United States.
In January, SJN published a guide on how to use the solutions journalism approach.
The new report builds on those suggestions by offering a roadmap for editors to convince others to buy into the approach:
Here’s a link to the full 28-page report.
READ: Want to convince your newsroom to practice solutions journalism? There’s a guide for that.