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Nonprofit news organization Signal Ohio announced it has secured funding to launch a 11-person newsroom serving Akron communities with independent, public service journalism.
“Part of the solution.” How the American Journalism Project is galvanizing support from local funders
While success is far from assured, the AJP’s track record so far provides reason for optimism. Berman and her team looked at organizations that received three-year grants and found that for every dollar it put in, the organization went on to generate $4.50 in new revenues.
Capital B, the one-year-old nonprofit news startup for Black Americans, has announced plans to launch its second local newsroom in Gary, Indiana.
Indiana Local News Initiative announced plans to launch a 25-person news organization to “produce accountability reporting” and start “innovative community journalism programs” in central Indiana.
Indianapolis Recorder joins local coalition, raises over $10M to launch the Indiana Local News Initiative
The announcement is the latest in a growing movement to revive local news in communities across the country with transformational investments in public service journalism by local philanthropies.
Hoosiers will soon have another source for news after a coalition of organizations and philanthropists raised more than $10 million to create nonprofit media outlets across Indiana.
The Indiana Local News Initiative announced its launch Wednesday as a not-for-profit media organization planning to create newsrooms in Indianapolis and Gary.
The Initiative is a new, nonprofit organization dedicated to making quality, independent local news and information freely accessible to all Hoosiers, with community and collaboration at the core of its mission.
We are officially launching Civic News Company, the parent organization for Chalkbeat, Votebeat, and possibly future beats to come.