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How Univision used our Ask tool as part of a live TV event
Read the PostPreguntas y Respuestas
Inside Fusion’s attempts at a different kind of engagement
Read the PostHow To Build A Community Liaison Team
How a small organization created positive dialog between voters in Alabama and California
Read the PostTalking Politics: An Interview With Spaceship Media
We’ve just released a study of thousands of commenters, conducted with the Engaging News Project at the University of Texas-Austin
Read the Post12,000 people have something to say
Many say that horrible comments would vanish if people were forced to use their real names. Thirty years of research suggests otherwise.
Read the PostThe Real Name Fallacy
If you’re planning a big story in 2017, you should take inspiration from some of 2016’s best journalism.
Read the PostYour Best Stories of 2017
If we aren’t listening to people every day, why should they listen to us?
Read the PostTime for Change
A detailed look at the habits and needs of 15 people who spend a lot of time in the comments
Read the PostWhat Do Frequent Commenters Want?
Our first product, Ask, is available for you to download and use
Read the PostIt’s time for you to try Ask
Earlier this month in Washington, DC, we held a collaborative event around data and visualization. Here’s what everyone made
Read the PostOur First Hackathon
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