Capital B surveyed more than 100 current and former Gary residents. We asked you to tell us your biggest questions and concerns about life in the city, and what you love most about the place you call home. Now we’re sharing back what you told us, just like we promised.
Editor-in-chief Oseye Boyd: I’d like to introduce you to Mirror Indy, a part of Free Press Indiana. What was once one name is now two to better differentiate who we are and what we do. While Mirror Indy will be a publication serving the city of Indianapolis, Free Press Indiana is the nonprofit organization that supports us.
Journalism about issues top of mind for San Diegans drove inewsource to nine first-place and 16 total awards in this year’s San Diego Press Club contest.
AJP CEO Sarabeth Berman joined Robin Sparkman, President and Co-CEO of ProPublica and Kayce Ataiyero, Chief External Affairs Officer of the Joyce Foundation onstage at JFunders23 to talk about the role of philanthropy in reimagining and rebuilding journalism.
Bro Krift, former executive editor of the Indianapolis Star, will helm one of the country’s most ambitious nonprofit journalism startups
You’ve heard local news is dying. In fact, it might just be evolving. Here is a sampling of what is working and where...Philanthropic support for local nonprofit news has grown steadily over the past five years. The American Journalism Project has invested in more than 40 nonprofit local news sites across the country.
The Center for Democracy & Technology held its seventh annual Future of Speech Online event, which explored how to build a rights-respecting future where people benefit from generative AI. AJP CEO Sarabeth Berman delivered a lightning talk about how AJP aims to help the local news organizations in our portfolio explore the use of generative AI.
In this conversation, Sarabeth Berman, CEO, American Journalism Project, moderated a discussion with Michael Ouimette, Chief Investment Officer at the American Journalism Project, Kevin Corcoran, Strategy Director at the Lumina Foundation and Lauren Williams, CEO and Co-Founder of Capital B.
Katie Couric: "I spent the weekend in the Lone Star State for the Texas Tribune Festival…Evan [Smith] gave a compelling speech on the importance of journalism, particularly local journalism in our often chaotic, fragmented media landscape."
To try and prevent a surge in uber-churnalism [where news content is just regurgitated press releases or repackaged news from other outlets], OpenAI, the maker of ChatGPT, is working with the American Journalism Project (AJP) to encourage responsible deployments of AI in the newsroom.