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    May 14, 2018, 9:13 a.m.
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    Collaboration and insights: Here’s what you missed at two useful journalism conferences last week

    “Attitudes about newsroom collaboration are improving but it can feel like an uphill push sometimes.”

    Two powerhouse gatherings in the journalism world happened at the end of last week, digging into topics from collaborative journalism to reader revenue.

    The featured keynotes on Vox Media’s editorial voice and blockchain in journalism with dives into newsletters, analytics, growth in international audience, and more. Over in New Jersey, the Center for Cooperative Media’s collaborators met to brainstorm about working together in journalism at the .

    What were the top #learnings from these events? We’ve rounded them up for you here!

    Collaborating in Media 101

    The Solutions Journalism Network’s collaborative playbook launched over the weekend as well, and ‘s collaborative journalism workbook is .

    Insights on #ONAInsights on revenue and engagement

    Thread of helpful questions to consider:

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