Media

Dissatisfied with the national media’s frame, Appalachia finds its own voice: Columbia Journalism Review (July 2017)

Digital Project ‘100 Days in Appalachia’ Takes Closer Look at Trump Country: WV News (April 2017)

100 Days In, Appalachia Holds Cautious Optimism for Trump: WNYC Studios (April 2017)

100 Days in Appalachia project captures stories: The Dominion Post (August 2017)

In West Virginia, a new project is going beyond the coal miner to tell a broader story of Appalachia: Nieman Lab (March 2017)

MediaShift Podcast #250: James Murdoch to Lead Disney?; Vice Fires 3 as Holiday Parties Remove Booze; Google News Lab’s Steve Grove: MediaShift (2017)

Voices of Resistance || 100 Days in Appalachia: Boshemia Magazine (March 2017)

Public media projects examine Trump’s first 100 days: Current (February 2017)

Native Australian working to tackle national media narrative about WV: Charleston Gazette-Mail (July 2017)

Top 6 Journalism Collaborations for 2017: MediaShift (November 2017)

Not just ‘Trump’s America’: These journalists will spend 100 days digging into Appalachia: Poynter (January 2017)

Media Shift: “Let’s just do something right now” – 100 Days in Appalachia turning 1: MediaShift
(December 2017)

Don’t call it “coal country”: How economic stereotypes are hurting West Virginia: Salon (July 2017)

The Visual Culture: President Trump, Month 1: American Photography (February 2017)

Blog: Listening 101: Coral (May 2017)

100 Days in Appalachia: Looking Back (With Computer Vision!): Steemit (November 2017)

In Appalachia, Solidarity For the Rust Belt: Belt Magazine (February 2017)

The Truths of Appalachia: Medium (April 2017)

‘100 Days in Appalachia’ Nears One-Year Mark in Telling Untold Stories of Rural America: MediaShift (January 2018)

Building a Voice for Appalachia (February 2018)

“100 Days in Appalachia:” Seeking Human Stories From the Heart of Trump Nation: The West Virginia Community Development Hub (2016)

More Than Just a Pop-Up: How the Collaborative Newsroom 100 Days in Appalachia Has Grown: Editor and Publisher Magazine (April 2018)

Elegies And Effigies: Who Speaks For Appalachia?: WAMU (January 2018)

MORE THAN JUST A POP-UP: HOW THE COLLABORATIVE NEWSROOM 100 DAYS IN APPALACHIA HAS GROWN: The Lenfest Institute (April 2018)

Exploring a Different Side of Appalachia: A Conversation with Jake Lynch: Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity (July 2018)

What’s New In Pittsburgh Food: The Incline (June 2018)

Mike Pence Swung at Joe Manchin, and Joe Manchin Hit Back Harder: Daily Beast (February 2018)

Episode 19: Extraction & Resilience in Appalachia (w/Elizabeth Catte): The Next System Project (March 2018)

The landscape of despair: Hudson Valley One (February 2018)

INTERVIEW: WHEELING-BASED ARTIST REBECCA KIGER: Boss Babes WV (March 2018)

How to find or create spaces for listening to people: American Press Institute (September 2018)

100 Days in Appalachia: The Manchester Enterprise

Pitch your story to this new crowd-sourced journalism project and win money to write it: Next Pittsburgh (May 2018)

100 Days in Appalachia project starts important conversations: Mountain Statesman (October 2018)

7 Photo Stories That Will Help You See The World A Little Differently: Buzzfeed News (January 2019)

On Media: These journalists speak for the river: Next Pittsburgh (October 2019)

Standout Immigration Stories of 2019: Medium (January 2020)

Stations expand pandemic coverage with boost from Facebook grants: Current (May 2020)

Four lessons from a new generation of Instagram editors in local newsrooms: Nieman Lab (July 2020)

‘The Way We Live Now’: Creative Writing Students’ Memoirs of the Semester Led to Published Work: Appalachian State University (July 2020)

100 Days in Appalachia launches new project to assist journalists in covering the Appalachian Region: WBOY (September 2020)

Local News and Community Resiliency in Appalachia: Center for Journalism and Liberty (September 2020)

New Appalachian Journalism Outlets Tackle Stereotypes, Media Economy: Ohio Valley ReSource (October 2020)