From Statehouse to Newsroom: The Role Public Policy Can Play in Rebuilding Local News

Presented at ONA23
October 12, 2023
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Efforts in many states across the U.S. to advance legislation to counter the collapse of local news are on the rise. Learn about the various types of legislation being proposed and how to support efforts in your state and help to promote long-term sustainability and accessibility of quality local journalism. On Aug. 24, 2023, panelists shared different approaches with the live ONA23: Philadelphia audience, demystified policymaking mechanisms, and discussed the role advocacy can play in strengthening local news ecosystems.

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