The American Journalism Project made its first philanthropic investments in public media with the goal of examining the role public media could play in rebuilding local news. Halfway through this program, we explore the progress being made so far during these pilot grants.
Public News Service has launched Indiana News Now, a state-level newscast that will be offered at no cost to Indiana radio stations and online media as part of an effort to expand the availability of high quality local news in the state.
Series Co-Manager Nicole Charley introduces a series of stories about traditional Indigenous knowledge and practices that honor and strengthen the relationship to the plants and animals that sustain all of us.
The YouTube video series is hosted by DC Paul and Roxie E. Wilson, and will air every Friday with recaps of Verite's latest headlines.
City stopped erecting barriers to create pedestrian mall but still issued hundreds of parking tickets
Last week, following a story by Verite, NOPD announced it would begin placing temporary barricades along the Royal Street pedestrian mall while the city worked on a longer-term bollard system similar to what’s in place along the Bourbon Street pedestrian mall.
We are living in an exciting era of journalistic experimentation and innovation. A news organization that is producing superb reporting while establishing itself nationally as an exemplar of digital journalism is one of our own: Montana Free Press, founded six years ago by former newspaper reporter John Adams.
Black residents are disproportionately stopped and ticketed for traffic offenses. When they can’t pay fines, it can lead to jail. Activists want change.
Mississippi Today investigative reporter Anna Wolfe won the 2023 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, one of the nation’s most prestigious journalism honors, for her explosive series “The Backchannel.”
The Board of Trustees of the Vermont Journalism Trust has named Schuyler “Sky” Barsch as Chief Executive Officer of VTDigger, one of Vermont’s most valued and trusted sources for state and local news – and a model for local, independent non-profit newsrooms around the nation.
“We’re pushing people into a system without any choices”: The state of maternal mortality in Missouri
An average of 61 women in the state died while pregnant or within one year of pregnancy each year from 2017 to 2019, a ratio of 25.2 deaths per 100,000 live births, according to the latest report from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.