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You can inform witf's coverage by adding your expertise to American Public Media’s Public Insight Network (PIN). Join the more than 150,000 people around the country who are sharing their knowledge with award-winning journalists at witf and other partner newsrooms, adding depth, diversity, and relevance to the work that we do. When you offer your experience and observations to journalists in the Public Insight Network, you help us test hunches, identify emerging trends, and cover under-the-radar stories.
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You'll be able to tell us what we should know about you, update your contact information, and help us ask you more relevant questions. It’s not a social network. It's not a poll. You'll get no spam, only focused emails asking for your help covering the news. And the information you share will remain confidential to our newsroom, American Public Media and our trusted partners. As a source, we take your privacy and confidentiality very seriously.
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Founded in 2003, American Public Media’s Public Insight Network (PIN) is a platform for connecting trusted journalists with knowledgeable sources and for fostering journalistic excellence, innovation and collaboration. Through PIN, more than 150,000 sources inform reporting at 60 news organizations, through websites, social networks, blogs, surveys, virtual forums, serious games and face-to-face interactions. Sources’ demographic information and insights are stored in a secure, searchable database, allowing journalists to do smart, targeted crowd-sourcing; test hunches; identify trends; and support productions of major projects. PIN is funded, in part, by the Knight Foundation and a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
To learn more about American Public Media’s Public Insight Network, visit PublicInsightNetwork.org.
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