Enterprise chosen for national journalism project

VALE - The Malheur Enterprise was picked as one of 12 newsrooms across the U.S. to join the Solutions Journalism Revenue Project, providing an opportunity to experiment with a reporting approach that could help develop new sources of revenue.    

The project is part of the Solutions Journalism Network, a New York based nonprofit organization that advocates for a more evidence-based approach to reporting on responses to social issues.

Solutions journalism, in the words of Tina Rosenberg, co-founder and vice president for innovation at the Solutions Journalism Network, is journalism focused on how people are responding to problems, and what results those responses bring.

Solutions journalism is not cheerleading, advocacy or fluff, Rosenberg said, but involves covering issues themselves.

“What is going on here? What is happening? What is the result? And what can . . .