Funding will support development of local news teams, expanded local news infrastructure.
Open Campus will receive a significant investment from the American Journalism Project to build local support for higher education reporting and help expand its collaborative model to more places across the U.S.
As nonprofit news emerges as a vital public service, funders pledge $3.8 million to match individual donations
NewsMatch 2021 will support newsrooms delivering vital pandemic information, investigating abuses of power and strengthening communities across America.
James and Kathryn Murdoch are nearing a deal to make a multi-million dollar investment to support the formation of a new climate reporting hub at the Associated Press.
Spotlight PA — a nonpartisan, reader-funded newsroom dedicated to covering Pennsylvania state government and urgent statewide issues — has been awarded two national investigative journalism prizes for its work on the Mariner East pipeline system and the state’s poor oversight of addiction treatment facilities.
There may never be a Holy Grail, but the varied building blocks of a successful strategy can be found and rolled out widely across the industry.
Taxpayers foot huge bill to run Pennsylvania’s full-time legislature, but are blocked from many details.
Mukhtar Ibrahim, founder of Sahan Journal, wins ‘Emerging Leader of the Year’ award in national nonprofit news competition
The Institute for Nonprofit News announced winners in the organization’s first awards contest. INN honored Mukhtar Ibrahim for his work creating an innovative, sustainable news operation dedicated to equity and community. Sahan Journal was a finalist in three of the contest’s nine categories.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo routinely uses his private email account to discuss city matters, communicate with local nonprofits and strategize with lobbyists, a San José Spotlight analysis of his recent emails found.
“In the 15 years leading up to 2020, more than one-fourth of the country’s newspapers disappeared,” affecting 1,800 communities. We’re continuing to lose newsrooms across the country, and too many American cities and rural communities lack any source of trusted news about what’s happening around them.