Ebyline Challenge 2012: 100% Journalism

It’s time to evolve journalism. Enter the 100% Journalism Challenge before Oct. 12.

How would you cover what matters to you? One simple idea. Two thousand talented journalists. Infinite possibilities.

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  • Nov 21, 2012 5:47 pm

    Profiles of the #Journo100 finalists: Dana Chinn and Peter Kiefer

    In the run-up to our final presentations, Ebyline’s News Hook blog is running short Q+A with each of our 10 finalists. It’s a varied bunch: professional journalists, editors and academics but also independent freelancers and concerned citizens with projects ranging from the personal to the global, from the data-driven to the philosophical. We’re kicking off … More »

  • Nov 15, 2012 2:26 am

    Finalists Announced

      It took brains, brawn and guts but our intrepid journalism contestants and fearless journalism judges did it: from dozens of entries from all over the globe we are pleased to announce the 10 finalists in the Ebyline/Editor & Publisher 100% Journalism Challenge. These entries were selected for their journalism merit, inventive use of freelancers … More »

  • Oct 17, 2012 7:28 pm

    Entry period closed

    After a frenzied month of applications the Ebyline/E&P 100% Journalism Challenge closed its doors to new entries at midnight on Oct. 12. Thanks to all who took the time and imagination to apply and stay tuned to Ebylinecontest.com for the announcement of our finalists in early November.

  • Oct 9, 2012 7:12 pm

    #Journo100 Profile: Daily BR!NK

    For our latest #Journo100 profile, Ebyline’s Content Manager Sarah Erickson interviewed the cofounders of Daily BR!NK, which covers innovation from those you probably haven’t heard of… yet.

  • Oct 5, 2012 4:55 pm

    #Journo100 Profile: Homicide Watch D.C.

    Check out our interview with Chris Amico at Homicide Watch D.C. as we discuss the project’s roots and their plans to create a student reporting lab funded by Kickstarter contributions.

  • Oct 3, 2012 4:52 pm

    #Journo100 Profile: SCOTUSblog

    Check out our interview with Amy Howe, editor of the SCOTUSblog, which offers an in-depth look at Supreme Court rulings. Ebyline contributor Tim Sohn asked Howe about the challenges and rewards of focusing on a niche topic as well as how it impacts the reporting process.

  • Oct 1, 2012 6:25 pm

    #Journo100 Profile: Homicide Watch Trenton

    Check out our interview with the 100-percenters at The Trentonian newspaper and their new project covering every killing in New Jersey’s capital. No one said 100% journalism would be easy…

  • Sep 28, 2012 6:19 pm

    Transcript of #Journo100 Twitter Chat

    Ebyline Welcome to our #journo100 LIVE Twitter chat! Tweet us your questions! 3:02:22 PM 09/27 Ebyline CEO Bill Momary is with us, ready to answer your questions about the#journo100 contest. 3:03:25 PM 09/27 Ebyline What would you want to cover 100% of if you had the chance?#journo100 3:03:55 PM 09/27 Rawporter Looks like the #Journo100 party has started. Thanks for … More »

  • Sep 25, 2012 8:46 pm

    Get your contest questions answered

    Join us on Twitter this Thursday, Sept. 27, at noon PST/3pm EST to discuss #journo100 and get your questions about the contest answered. We’ll be joined by Ebyline chief executive and co-founder Bill Momary and the rest of the Ebyline team to walk you through the 100% Challenge. Just over two weeks left to get your … More »

  • Sep 17, 2012 5:56 am

    Meet the Judges of the 100% Journalism Challenge

    A great journalism competition needs great referees to officiate. We’re pleased to announce the following three judges who will decide the winners of the 100% Journalism Challenge. All of them have both records of accomplishment as journalists and appetites for innovation as newsroom leaders. Leo Wolinsky A former managing editor of the Los Angeles Times, … More »