Verite is a diverse, Black-led nonprofit news organization that launches today to serve communities in the Greater New Orleans area and beyond.
Three veteran New Orleans journalists announced on Wednesday the launch of a nonprofit news organization designed to serve marginalized groups in and around the city, becoming the latest in a series of nonprofit newsrooms across the country that aim to reverse the spread of local news deserts.
Verite Editor-in-chief Terry Baquet and Managing Editor Tim Morris share about the launch of Verite, a new nonprofit digital newsroom that will be serving the New Orleans area.
American Journalism Project funds a three-year project to establish reporting partnerships in seven regions
As Good News people, these Christians are fighting to revive community-centered journalism.
The American Journalism Project today announced $3.15 million in new support for three nonprofit news organizations: Verite, a sister newsroom of Mississippi Today launching this fall in New Orleans, ICT (formerly Indian Country Today) and New York City-based THE CITY.
Ohio Local News Initiative and The Marshall Project join forces to fund community reporting collaboration
Rachel Dissell, local journalist, is joining the Ohio Local News Initiative and will contribute to reporting and community engagement efforts of both newsrooms
American Journalism Project, News Revenue Hub partner to launch the Ohio Local News Initiative in Cleveland
The American Journalism Project (AJP) has partnered with the News Revenue Hub to support the launch of the Ohio Local News Initiative, a nonprofit startup that will grow into a statewide network of independent newsrooms across Ohio, starting in Cleveland.
In poorer, less-wired parts of the U.S., it’s harder to find credible news about your local community. That has dire implications for democracy.
The US has lost a quarter of its local newsrooms, and without those, communities suffer. But experts have ways we can stem the flow.