Cleveland, Ohio, is getting its own nonprofit news outlet in the new year, and it may be one of the largest in the United States.
A coalition of philanthropies announced plans Tuesday to launch a nonprofit newsroom that will provide coverage of Cleveland, kicking off an effort to help fill a void left by the shrinking of news organizations in Ohio.
Independent newsroom in Cleveland to launch in 2022, producing daily, high-quality, community-oriented journalism as part of a new statewide network of newsrooms across Ohio.
A study by the American Journalism Project found diminishing original local reporting in Northeast Ohio.
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.
The award-winning weekly newsletter is aimed at New York’s Spanish-speaking undocumented immigrants