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Billy Penn’s hosting a pop-up coworking space for reporters on Election Day

Memo to reporters: you don't have to file your stories alone, at least on election night.

Governor Tom Wolf at #PTW17. (Photo by Roberto Torres)

Newsroom, assemble!

Billy Penn, the recently-launched mobile news outfit, is hosting a pop-up coworking space for reporters on Election Day. Location is still TBD.


It feels like a response to a few trends, including the proliferation of smaller news outlets that won’t have a bustling newsroom on election night, shrinking newsrooms and the local coworking craze. It also seems like a first go at building community around local journalism, using a tried-and-true tactic (coworking).

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