Oklahoma Watch’s impact journalism launches with women in prison series
I will write much more about this in weeks to come, but I’d like to introduce it now …
What is this?
Oklahoma Watch is a non-profit, investigative and in-depth reporting team that collaborates with other news organizations and higher education to produce journalism that makes a difference in the lives of Oklahomans. Its mission is to provide an accurate, clear and insightful analysis of the facts on issues of public importance. Its multimedia and higher education partnerships will allow us to enhance its product and expand its reach to the greatest number of Oklahomans.
Oklahoma Watch is not directly affiliated with The Oklahoman and NewsOK. Nor is it directly affiliated with the Tulsa World or OETA or Griffin Communications or the Oklahoma Press Association.
But we are all partners in this first effort into non-profit journalism.
I will write more about this partnership as we begin publishing more in-depth stories about the first topic being covered by Oklahoma Watch — the Women in Prison series. Look for more on this topic in 2011.
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