Fiona Morgan

Journalist | Researcher | Consultant

Media coverage of my work

“Known but not discussed”: Low-income people aren’t getting quality news and information. What can the industry do about it?
By Christine Schmidt
Nieman Lab
July 30, 2018

Can We Rescue Local News? Nonprofit tries to connect local news staffs to citizens with untold stories
By Greg Lacour
Charlotte Magazine
August 2017

In North Carolina, these 2 women are bringing journalists closer to the public
By Melody Kramer
Poynter
May 9, 2017

Pressing the Issues: Connecting newsrooms to their communities
By Mark Basquill
Encore Weekly, Wilmington, NC
March 21, 2017

Battle over TV political ads: Broadcasters fight disclosure at FCC
by Stuart Watson
WCNC TV, Charlotte, NC
April 25, 2012

Filling the Gaps in the Tar Heel State: Nonprofit news sites offer alternative views, more depth to North Carolina’s residents
By Andria Krewson
Columbia Journalism Review
April 6, 2012

Finding information pathways to community inclusion
by Peter M. Shane
Nieman Reports
Summer 2011

Wither local news?
The State of Things with Frank Stasio
WUNC 91.5 FM radio, North Carolina
May 4, 2011

Local Media Eco-Systems: Objectivity, Bias, Access
The 2011 WCHL Community Forum, panel discussion
WCHL 1360 AM radio, Chapel Hill, NC
April 8, 2011

Q&A with Fiona Morgan on the state of Triangle media
By Andy Bechtel, Associate Professor of Journalism, UNC-Chapel Hill, for his blog, The Edit Desk
September 25, 2010

Privatizing the Public Trust: A Critical Look at Connected Nation
Joint report by Public Knowledge, Common Cause, The Media and Democracy Coalition and Reclaim the Media
March 23, 2009
This report cites my reporting on Connected Nation and its role in the fight over broadband mapping in North Carolina.

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