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When it comes to enterprise reporting, "community engagement" is the order of the day. But how do reporters find the time for such work in overstretched newsrooms? Three journalists known for their work in this arena recently shared what they've learned with other reporters.

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When reporters strive to foster community engagement, it not only stands to make for better journalism, but it can actually improve the well-being of the community.

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This story resonates with almost everyone, since it deals with war experiences, imprisonment, caring for disabled family members (children), surviving hard times, making ends meet, determination, seeking health care/treatment for sensitive issues, cancer survival, immigration, acculturation, faith, etc.

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A lot of the cool new things that the St. Louis Beacon is doing have a distinctly old ring to them. They have a serious newsroom to be sure -- 15 journalists produce ten to 12 news and feature stories a day -- and they are comitted to new media and online publishing. But they are also ta

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