The Radically Rural Summit started in 2018 as a partnership between The Keene Sentinel and a local non-profit called The Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship. This organization provides space, tools and connections to assist in the successful development of entrepreneurs who are committed to building a vibrant community. Each year Radically Rural hosts an event with a mission to help share ideas and build networks tailored to rural communities and give a stage to those who have found solutions to rural problems so that others can learn and implement them in their communities.
This year’s event will take place on September 22 and 23rd, 2021 and will specifically feature sessions focused on sustaining community journalism, which will include
In this episode of E&P reports, Publisher Mike Blinder interviews Terrence Williams, President & COO of the Keene Sentinel and Julianna Dodson, the director of Radically Rural, on how their yearly "Summit" has grown from a small-town gathering to an event attended by people from across North America. We also discuss how this year's event focuses on helping to ensure the financial health of local journalism.
179 Six diverse news disrupters band together to create the Alliance for Sustainable Local News
178 Small-town citizens share support for the saving of their newspaper.
177 Foreign affairs expert Richard Haass asks us to be a “better informed” citizenry in his latest book.
176 Ryan Dohrn on selling in a post-covid marketplace and why he is “all in” on Niche Media
175 Medford, Oregon: As one paper dies, another begins all in a few weeks.
174 Meet the Pulitzer Prize ADN journalist who helped inspire ABC's "Alaska Daily."
173 University of Oregon journalism chair asks Gannet to donate The Eugene Register-Guard to the school.
172 Steve Waldman’s Rebuild Local News Coalition — aggregating industry advocacy
171 The Bucks County Herald: A story of survival, moving from family to foundation-owned
170 Ken Doctor pulls no punches on why the JCPA was a bad idea & updates us on two years at Lookout Local.
169 The JCPA. What the heck happened, and what's next?
168 Emmy award-winning broadcaster born without legs is helping others with disabilities find media careers. Meet Dave Stevens.
167 Journalism Trust Initiative. Elevating journalistic integrity
166 This year’s “best-ofs” from E&P columnist/ contributor Rob Tornoe
165 The best of 2022 E&P's "The Corner Office," from consultant/ columnist Doug Phares
164 A frank one-on-one with the LMA's Nancy Lane
163 ProPublica founder Dick Tofel speaks on funding/ philanthropy flaws and more
162 Against big tech comp, paywalls & more. 1-on-1 with Jeff Jarvis
161 One-on-one with Community Impact’s John Garrett
160 Mourning a newspaper's death through the words of the residents impacted
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