We have evaluated over 55 journalism programs.
We have conducted several evaluations for the International Center for Journalists, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, and the Radio and Television New Directors Foundation, among other organizations.
A few select recent or key journalism projects include:
The McCormick Foundation Journalism Portfolio
Philliber conducted an evaluation of over 30 journalism programs nation-wide including Mexico, and other South-American countries to ascertain functionality and credibility in the areas of freedom of expression, leadership, diversity, and military and the media. Philliber evaluated this program from 1998 through 2012.
StoryMaker, Free Press International
Philliber provided evaluation technical assistance for the StoryMaker app and training project in four transitioning Arab countries (Egypt, Iran, Morocco, and Tunisia). We traveled to Morocco and Tunisia to conduct interviews with stakeholders using the Most Significant Change methodology.
Templeton-Cambridge Journalism Fellowships, Templeton Foundation
The Templeton Foundation educated journalists about the intersections between religion and science. After their training in Cambridge, Philliber tracked the articles published on these topics by the journalists who attended.
International Center for Journalists
We have conducted over 35 evaluations for the ICFJ across the globe. For many of these we conduct both process and outcome evaluations. These evaluations may include an examination of current journalism, pre and post surveys, analyses of survey data, interviewing participants, a review or program documents and all articles produced, quantitative and qualitative evaluations, and reporting. Philliber has also trained journalism fellows in logic models and evaluations.