The blandly titled Journalist's Resource sits on the Web, ready — with a little help from Harvard's Kennedy School — to throw substantive story ideas onto reporters' desks.
Can journalism schools oversee the public-interest news organizations of the future? Yes, with caveats.
At the end of the fossil fuel era, America's premier journalism schools have staked out their place in the Digital Age. It's called News21, and it provides what may be the best multimedia coverage of the election season.