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The Pew Center, as an incubator for journalism experiments, provides modest funding to help news organizations create and refine better ways of reporting the news so that it helps to engage people better in public life.

Since it was created, the center has helped to support more than 120 initiatives that have sought to give ordinary people a voice in coverage of their communities, helped them identify problems and deliberate solutions, and empowered them to become active civic participants.

The Center shares the lessons learned from these efforts at its workshops for journalists, through its publications and videos, in newsroom and classroom training, and in speaking and writing about the evolution of civic journalism.

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