Well-understood as both a constitutional imperative undergirding representative democracy and the rare political flashpoint that rises above the news of the day, the decennial census is also a veritable fount of story ideas and engagement opportunities that will continue long after the forms are counted.
This session is designed for:
- Newsroom leaders looking for new and targeted community coverage
- Journalists interested in building a bank of story concepts
- Anyone who would like to better understand coming demographic and political shifts
Michael Cook Sr.
Division Chief, Public Information Office, U.S. Census Bureau