- — Scott Smith (@ourmaninchicago)Tue, Aug 18 2015 18:43:21I think about this question a lot but don't have all the answers. So you tell me: what's missing from Chicago media?
- — Scott Smith (@ourmaninchicago)Tue, Aug 18 2015 18:45:34Certain people? Points of view? Neighborhoods? What's beyond our knee-jerk reactions that would lead to something new and needed?
- — Scott Smith (@ourmaninchicago)Tue, Aug 18 2015 18:56:31I'm also particularly interested in how we do food/culture coverage differently. Beyond profiles, specials and (p)reviews.
- — Scott Smith (@ourmaninchicago)Tue, Aug 18 2015 18:57:46For instance, what would you want to see a chef/musician/playwright do or discuss to come to know their art better?
- — Peter Nickeas (@PeterNickeas)Tue, Aug 18 2015 18:46:22@ourmaninchicago nuanced violence reporting. access to the police department, not the horseshit that currently passes as acceptable.
- — dan sinker (@dansinker)Tue, Aug 18 2015 18:51:21@ourmaninchicago counting bodies and connecting dots, schools need far more attention, city hall and statehouse need fly-on-shitting
- — Rob Hart (@RobHart1980)Tue, Aug 18 2015 18:53:35@ourmaninchicago WGN and WBBM should not be the be-all-end-all of local news and talk. WLS/WBEZ need more local content, not less.
- — Jackson (@JacksonThings)Tue, Aug 18 2015 18:56:30@ourmaninchicago More In-Depth & compassionate reporting/interviewing on the topics chosen to be featured. Real Bonds = Real Stories
- — Keith Ecker (@keithecker)Tue, Aug 18 2015 18:59:21More POVs of POCs, particularly LGBT. https://twitter.com/ourmaninchicago/status/633710794337832960 …
- — Aaron Cynic (@aaroncynic)Tue, Aug 18 2015 19:00:04@ourmaninchicago independent voices, people of color, women, in depth looks at problem solving in neighborhoods (particularly violence)...
- — The Workshop (@npcommunicator)Tue, Aug 18 2015 19:00:14Great question! We need more stories on the awareness of Chicago communities + in-depth coverage on their issues https://twitter.com/ourmaninchicago/status/633710794337832960 …
- — Connor Kelly (@ConnorCKelly)Tue, Aug 18 2015 19:01:55@ourmaninchicago Our should I should I say that style of "digital content". Majority of their vids r humor/life style, but would work 4 news
- — Jason Broccardo (@zoocoup)Tue, Aug 18 2015 19:02:20@ourmaninchicago Coverage of all the suburban govts, not just when the mayor gets in a corruption scandal. People in the region need…
- — Kim Bellware (@bellwak)Tue, Aug 18 2015 19:03:29@ourmaninchicago Might be too unique to be duplicated, but I miss Roger Eberts blogs on current events. They were good posts to rally around
- — Jackson (@JacksonThings)Tue, Aug 18 2015 19:05:04@ourmaninchicago The relative decline in deaths via gun-violence, Chicago's role in addressing nationwide violence against unarmed minorites
- — Jason Broccardo (@zoocoup)Tue, Aug 18 2015 19:05:08@ourmaninchicago … better information about their 50+ other towns. 2. Better infrastructure coverage 3. Springfield coverage that isn’t…
- — Jackson (@JacksonThings)Tue, Aug 18 2015 19:05:36@ourmaninchicago the relationship between the growing music/art scene and how their participants are influencing change (both good and bad)
- — Athenae (@Athenae)Tue, Aug 18 2015 19:05:45
- — Kim Bellware (@bellwak)Tue, Aug 18 2015 19:06:50@ourmaninchicago Let’s do a Chicago media summer camp: Vets team up with digital-savvy greenhorns and they do a solid package on a Chi topic
What's missing from Chicago media?
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