Second edition of Outriders Summit will happen on November 21st and 22nd in Warsaw.
Zones of Fear is a reporting project about life of Muslims in Europe. It will combine cross-border collaboration of reporters as well as interactive way of telling the story. The first part happened in Sweden and Rafał Hetman together with Marcin Suder were lead reporters.
Our annual festival will happen on June 15th in Wrocław, Poland. As every year we select a theme and for 2019 it will be “Freedom”. In 2018 it was “Essence”. We are very eager to see how will our speakers tackle this topic and talk about world exploration, storytelling, being journalists, citizens and many others through this angle.
Audioteka is leading European audiobook platform who now enters new markets with original audio stories and podcasts. We were happy to be approached by them to produce together audio version of our weekly magazine – Brief. So now our listeners can enjoy specially made edition each Friday at 8AM and listen through Lecton app. First edition was read by an actor Mariusza Bonaszewski.
Over 150 people took part in our events in Greece. Impactful Stories – was the topic of third meetup organised through Outriders Network. We were joined by speakers and trainers: Blanka Zöldi, Vlad Ursulean and Eva Constantaras. And we partnered with Solomon, Inside Story and Impact Hub Athens.
An interactive story about the past of Kalisz and the Babinka channel. This is also story about Jewish heritage of the city.
Ewa Dziardziel took part in a unconference hosted by Global Editors Network. Among 20 journalists she shared her knowledge and thoughts on media literacy as well as ideas about tools for journalists to help them fight with disinformation.
Multimedia reportage about a craftsman who spent all his life building and tuning pianos.
An interactive story about historic tenenment buildings in Kalisz and important figures related to the city.
Gorani and Deep Breath are among four shortlisted projects for New Media Writing Prize in category “What’s New in Publishing”
We begin 2019 by publishing interactive list of most important events from 2018.
Jakub Górnici summarised everything what Outriders achieved in 2018, and what it means for such a young organization.
Megaphone is a podcast where Jakub Górnicki talks with a community of activists working on issues such as the environment, women’s rights, LGBTQ right, transparency and accountability, and civic engagement, to understand the consequences of the shrinking civic space. Firsts episodes were recorded during Outriders meet-up in Romania in 2018.
Our designer Arkadiusz Sołdon and coder Piotr Kliks created a new design of Outride.rs to make it look like a magazine.
Jakub Górnicki and Rafał Hetman conducted a workshop on storytelling and how to use it as a tool for building a brand and community engagement.
Jakub Górnicki talked about Outriders business model during discussion panels In Search of a New Business Model and How Do They Innovate?
Four different specialists – Emily Goligoski (Membership Puzzle Project), Sebastian Esser (Krautreporter), Dorota Groyecka (non/fiction) and Katharine Quarmby (investigative journalist) shared their different tactics and stories to build business models based on audience engagement.
Ewa Dziardziel took part in a two-days workshop on how to engage audience members and learned about the different membership systems.
LaunchME Hackathon was organized by the first Belarusian accelerator for technology startups in the media industry, an initiative of Press Club Belarus and SPACE in partnership with the British Embassy in Minsk.
On the second day of Media Management and IT Forum, Jakub Górnicki run workshop on storytelling: Let me tell you a story.
We published the new interactive reportage “The Line” about the war between Russia and Ukraine in the Eastern Ukraine by Piotr Andrusieczko and Marcin Suder.
Rafał Hetman was explaining the idea of solutions journalism and how it can support local communities at Ashoka organised event.
Together with Lviv Media Forum Outriders produced the second edition of Compass in Lviv.
Jakub Gónicki attended Rewrite: The Power of Storytelling 2018 conferance in Bucharest and wrote an article where he shared his thoughts.
Our first official Meetup on the topic “Serve and Engage” where we discussed how to have a relationship with your audience, with a help of our speakers – Madalina Ciobanu (European Journalism Centre), Dimitris Xenakis (InsideStory) as well as Jakub Górnicki.
Jakub Gornicki was a host at Code for All Summit in Bucharest, an event which brings together the key players in civic technology from around the world.
He was nominated for two interactives: Clear Water and The Luggage, and for transforming them into Instastories.
We run workshops on interactive reportage and created three interactive stories based on true events from the history of Kalisz. For four months Rafał Hetman, Jakub Górnicki and Arkadiusz Sołdon have been working on those with 20 students, young journalists, teachers, and activists from Kalisz.
Jakub Górnicki gave a speech about the intersection of journalism and civic tech – two fields which for a long time didn’t go together, and how solutions journalism can connect those two.
Tina Rosenberg a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist (Solutions Journalism Network) introduced the concept of solutions journalism during the workshop we have organized with Ashoka CEE.
The Luggage is a feature telling about cities and countries, which facing huge tourist traffic, have decided to take steps to limit and regulate the inflow of visitors. Rafał Hetman creates this story on the principles of solutions journalism.
The first edition of Outriders Summit an international conference organized by journalists for journalists under the theme: “Stories first”. It was a whole day fulfilled by inspiring speeches of 23 journalists from all over the world.
Proudly we got to this point and after hard work on Outriders Summit, we finally had a moment to celebrate Outriders first anniversary.
A day before Outriders Summit we have officially launched Outriders Network, which aim is to support good journalism.
Outriders were one of the partners of Digital Cultures – a conference which serves as an international platform for meetings between Polish artists and international culture managers, organized by Adam Mickiewicz Insitute.
Nobody wants to fund culture? Nonsense! – Jakub Górnicki run a workshop about different financing models and knock down stereotypes around them with invited guests.
Jakub Górnicki was moderating discusson between Robert Brestan from HlidaciPes, and Boróka Parászka from 168ora.hu.
Lola García-Ajofrín, a Spanish reporter living in Shanghai started writing regular articles about living in China.
Thanks to EJC we took part in another JFF gathering and joined the discussion about challenges in setting up and running non-profit newsroom.
After long process of defining outride.rs mission, vision, goals and editorial process we started a process of designing the new website which will embody what we want to accomplish with our platform.
Fifth edition of Wachlarz festival was organised under theme “Essence”. We wanted to go back to roots of exploration and travelling. Think what are the reasons for it in current world where everything seems to be found and understood yet more and more people travels and migrates. We asked 16 speakers to tackle this topic and thrown a whole day of stories in a beautiful Wrocław Opera House.
This time we worked on community engagement enhancements for our Outriders Brief newsletter.
Journalism Funders Forum is a project by European Journalism Centre which connects funders and media organisation. We were eager to share our thoughts on what challenges journalism startups and what funders could do to adapt to changing environment in which we operate in.
We begin every year of outride.rs by publishing a list of events which shaped the previous year. We do this in interactive form allowing readers to browse through and discover by themselves political and society events, what changed in science, sports all around the world.
Main goal of Dispatches is to provide regular updates from selected regions and countries worldwide. At the same time give also extra context to allow readers to fully understand information we share. New design allows better access to contextual notes which are key component of dispatches.
During the first edition of Digital Stories Lab organised by Total Immersion foundation we had a pleasure background information about how we work on various interactive stories of ours to an international group of participants.
At the event organised by ODIHR a branch of OSCE we did two things. One – presented our way of thinking behind telling stories and then conducted a workshop for human rights defenders from participants from Europe, South Caucasus and Central Asia.