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...
While some news organizations are pulling back on state-level journalism, these Collier Prize award-winning investigations demonstrate the impact of covering state government....
The Transformative Impact of BIPOC Media Collaborations: How to Build True Power and Sustainability for Black and Brown Communities
- S. Mitra Kalita
- Sara Lomax-Reese
Moderated by Karen Rundlet
Discover how URL Media partnerships wield transformative power, fostering genuine empowerment and lasting resilience within Black and Brown communities. Explore strategies for...
- Tim Wolff
- Lynn Walsh
- Apryl Pilolli
How much of your community is your newsroom really covering? This archived session from ONA22 explores how newsrooms can struggle with reaching sections of their communities and...
- Sara Lomax-Reese
- Garry Pierre-Pierre
- Andrew Ramsammy
- Janis Ware
This archived session from ONA22 discusses the unique challenges that Black publishers face and identify ways to address them. Publishers from a wide array of outlets share their...
- Jeje Mohamed
Too often, reporters and local news outlets encounter barriers as they work to access information and hold power to account. In this archived session from ONA22, experts examine...
- Susan Carpenter
- Erisa Nakano
- Hailey Kunz
Moderated by Kate Cagle
How do you tell a story that hooks your audience no matter the platform? What are the best practices for translating your content from TV to social media to mobile and beyond?...
- Paul Cheung
- Jim Vandehei
In this sampling of Knight Foundation’s Informed & Engaged show, we discuss models for successful approaches to local news and community-serving journalism. These two...
- Vincent Wu
- Greg Vederman
- Jamie Burton
Shifting reading habits, social media, and 24-hour cable news have created “news deserts” throughout the country, where local news no longer exists. News Break will be...