Houston Landing – a new newsroom that will provide quality, essential, independent journalism for Greater Houston – is powered by a team of journalists passionate about accountability reporting and telling stories that reflect the region’s diversity.
The Houston Landing will provide trusted reporting about local issues important to our region, stories that offer solutions to pressing problems and investigative journalism that keeps the powerful accountable.
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AJP CEO, Sarabeth Berman: “Nonprofit does not mean non-commercial. The goal is to leverage philanthropy to establish these nonprofit organizations [and] build into a place where they can become self-sustaining.”
‘It’s not a pretty process’: The Oaklandside’s Darwin BondGraham on his new book investigating Oakland police
If you’ve been paying attention to the workings of the Oakland police department over the past decade, you’ve almost certainly read reporting by Darwin BondGraham. Darwin and Ali [Winston] have done more than just about any journalist in the East Bay to hold Oakland law enforcement officials to account.
Minnesota is home to the largest Somali population in the United States. Sahan Journal was founded in 2019 founded by CEO and publisher Mukhtar Ibrahim to serves the news needs of immigrant communities and communities of color in Minneapolis and throughout the state.
ICT and IndiJ Public Media will share a reporter with Lee Enterprises at newspapers in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Rapid City, South Dakota, in a partnership designed to increase the coverage of Indigenous communities in those two regions.
The annual competition recognizes excellence in reporting by Indigenous and non-Indigenous journalists from across the U.S. and Canada. Underscore won in the best photo of Native America and best editorial categories, and placed in the best feature story, best environmental coverage and best health coverage categories.
Las organizaciones defensoras de la comunidad latina en Carolina del Norte registraron a miles de votantes en un esfuerzo por atraer al grupo de residentes de más rápido crecimiento del estado.
“In 2023, we will not only continue to see more local news organizations open up shop, but also the sustainability and scalability of the nonprofit model to reach more communities that remain underserved by local news.”