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LMA’s Center for Journalism Funding names 16 participants in first lab cohort

On Sep 16, 2020
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Big congrats to the @LIONPubs members on this list -- @Ash_Detroit, @stoomey, Washington City Paper and Afro American Newspapers https://t.co/Ma33b4RPpe
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(Sept. 16, 2020) — Local Media Association today named 16 news organizations that will participate...

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On Sep 16, 2020
@ckrewson shared
Big congrats to the @LIONPubs members on this list -- @Ash_Detroit, @stoomey, Washington City Paper and Afro American Newspapers https://t.co/Ma33b4RPpe
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LMA’s Center for Journalism Funding names 16 participants in first lab cohort

LMA’s Center for Journalism Funding names 16 participants in first lab cohort

(Sept. 16, 2020) — Local Media Association today named 16 news organizations that will participate...

2020 LMA Digital Summit

2020 LMA Digital Summit

The Digital Summit is all about ROI — growing revenue, refining strategy, developing audience, and...

What’s Next for Facebook’s Accelerator Program

What’s Next for Facebook’s Accelerator Program

The Facebook Accelerator program is expanding in 2020, joining efforts across the news industry and around the globe to support sustainable business models for journalism.

News Media Outlets Have Been Ravaged by the Pandemic

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Roughly 28,000 workers at news companies nationwide have been laid off, furloughed or had their pay reduced. Some publications that rely on ads have shut down.

A Landscape Study of Local News Models Across America

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As noted in the paper’s earlier section, billionaire owners like John and Linda Henry at The Boston Globe, Patrick Soon-Shiong at the LA Times, and Jeff Bezos at The Washington Post have ...

Can Journalism Be Saved?

Can Journalism Be Saved?

Newspapers are dying. Can journalism be saved?

American Journalism Project Launches Major Effort to Reinvigorate Local News with $42 Million in Founding Commitments

American Journalism Project Launches Major Effort to Reinvigorate Local News with $42 Million in Founding Commitments

New venture philanthropy organization will work collaboratively to catalyze a new generation of civic news organizations Feb. 26, 2019. Miami, Fla. — The American Journalism Project, a new ...

Renewing Philanthropy’s Commitment to Local Journalism

Renewing Philanthropy’s Commitment to Local Journalism

Rebuilding local news coverage is part of a civic-repair program we must pursue to restore the democratic promise of our cities and of our country.