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We can’t have honest government, free expression, and vibrant neighborhoods without local journalism
"In my role as a national funder of journalism, I support nonprofit initiatives to improve local journalism. Since joining Lumina Foundation about 15 years ago, I have seen first-hand how the nonprofit sector is rising to counter the corrosive effects of disappearing local news."
Outlier Media is proud to announce its first two hires focused on revenue and operations strategy. These positions were made possible thanks to an investment in Outlier made earlier this year by the American Journalism Project.
There may never be a Holy Grail, but the varied building blocks of a successful strategy can be found and rolled out widely across the industry.
Taxpayers foot huge bill to run Pennsylvania’s full-time legislature, but are blocked from many details.
Mukhtar Ibrahim, founder of Sahan Journal, wins ‘Emerging Leader of the Year’ award in national nonprofit news competition
The Institute for Nonprofit News announced winners in the organization’s first awards contest. INN honored Mukhtar Ibrahim for his work creating an innovative, sustainable news operation dedicated to equity and community. Sahan Journal was a finalist in three of the contest’s nine categories.
Giving Compass launches ‘Democracy and Informed Communities’ partner collection curated by the American Journalism Project
I’m excited to share that the American Journalism Project is curating a new partner collection for Giving Compass: Democracy and Informed Communities: Funding the News.
When Lauren Williams left Vox to found Capital B with Akoto Ofori-Atta, she was sure of two things.
The Nevada Independent will be a 20-strong organization soon, and that means roles on the leadership team are growing and evolving too.
West Virginia lawmakers promise look at system that left foster kids in abusive out-of-state facilities
A Mountain State Spotlight investigation prompts calls for oversight from West Virginia's leaders