I am conducting a small but important piece of research in order to find out how members of the arts community feel about how media organizations go about deciding what arts stories to cover.
Here is the link to the survey:
The aim is to discover how people in the arts view the typically secretive internal processes that go on at media organizations when it comes to deciding what arts stories deserve coverage and to what extent there might be an advantage to being more open about editorial views and processes.
I plan to use the survey results to help make important decisions about the editorial strategy at Colorado Public Radio, where I am in the process of launching a new arts bureau.
To that end, I am asking many Colorado culture workers to spend five minutes of their day answering eight multiple choice questions — most of which require a straight ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer.
I would greatly welcome additional input on these questions from the ArtsJournal community.
Here is the link to the survey once again:
Please complete the survey by end of day on Friday 10 January.
Thanks for your help!