Cronkite News invites you to join the Public Insight Network
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
At Cronkite News, we believe everyone has knowledge and insight that can help us make our reporting deeper and more personal. We want to hear from people who have personal experiences with and insight into the issues we cover.
Cronkite News is working with the Public Insight Network to achieve this goal. PIN is a community of people across the country who help inform media coverage in their own neighborhoods and beyond. By signing up for PIN, you are helping Cronkite News get a wider breadth of experiences to better inform our reporting.
Journalists reach out to PIN sources to ask for input on stories they’re covering. Sources share experiences and expertise in everything from education and family to careers and hobbies. Insights from those experiences help journalists cover the issues that are most important to their communities.
Would you like to help shape media coverage of the issues that matter to you? Fill out this brief form to become a source in the Public Insight Network and contribute to Cronkite News coverage.