Collaborations have been at the heart of journalism since its earliest days. Stefanie Murray, the director of the Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University, wrote in a recent piece in Nieman Reports that more than 175 years ago, the Associated Press started off as a collaborative effort among newspapers in New York City and is a prime example of what collaboration can look like at scale.
Today, collaborations are vital to the news industry and have been an integral part of some of the best multidisciplinary journalism projects of our time.
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