As we measure our impact in nonprofit news, we’ve learned some key lessons about the growth of nonprofit local news organizations
Our guide to developing a community ambassador program that can help local newsrooms better serve their communities
Over the last year and a half we’ve worked with more than 60 community ambassadors in six cities and regions to do more than 500 community listening interviews. Here's how we did it — and how you can too.
This comprehensive look at the impact of our work over the last two years shows the promise of a venture philanthropy approach to rebuilding local news across the country
We have been in a decades-long crisis of contraction in the newspaper industry that has left communities across the country without access to information and lets power go unchecked. To begin to reverse this decline, a cadre of philanthropists are stepping up to the plate to help finance and sustain a new business model for local news.
Over the last year and a half we’ve worked with more than 50 community ambassadors in five cities and regions to do nearly 400 community listening interviews. Here's how we did it — and how you can too.
Antagonism toward journalism in the U.S. is at an all-time high. At the very hour we need reliable and credible facts and information to navigate crises, an astonishing number of people in our country aren’t sure where to turn or whom to trust for critical knowledge.
While the world watched in shock as domestic extremists attacked the U.S. Capitol, and continues to watch in the days leading up to Inauguration Day and beyond, many local journalists are reporting these events through a lens that keeps their readers informed, safe, and connected.
We started the American Journalism Project to help grow and sustain mission-driven local news organizations across the U.S.
As we continue to grieve the tragic death of George Floyd at the hands of police and witness the extraordinary swell of peaceful protests across our country, newsrooms are wrestling with their role and their response. The American Journalism Project believes that news organizations cannot fulfill their mission unless they stand for the values of de
We at AJP have been asked two questions a lot over the past couple of weeks. The first is whether we support public funding for local news over the long term? The second is do we support COVID-19 related relief of newsrooms, both for-profit and nonprofit.