Industry collaboration is one of our four strategic pillars.
Here are recent articles about our collaboratives and work in the industry to support news media collaboration.
Dana Piccoli, an experienced writer, editor and content strategist, will join the brand new News Is Out: National Queer Media Collaborative, as project manager. The collaborative received initial funding from the Google News Initiative Innovation Challenge in November, which included money for hiring a part-time project manager. The collaborative includes seven LGBTQ+ publishers across the […]
Local news organizations collaborated last year in revenue and audience engagement in a dozen experiments fueled by the Oklahoma Media Center 2021 Innovation Fund.
The Better Government Association, Chicago Reporter and Illinois Latino News have joined the 20 news organizations in the Local Media Foundation’s collaborative to tackle questions about how the Chicago region remakes itself in response to the pandemic.
The initial funder of the Oklahoma Media Center recently made a significant new investment in the growing statewide news collaborative.
‘Collaborative vision is the change we need’ — 4 questions with Shannan Bowen, NC Local News Workshop
With four questions, we’re asking industry movers and shakers, including Shannan Bowen, to share reflections on 2021 and what they are excited about in the year to come.
Local Media Foundation will provide fundraising support, administrative oversight, business transformation consulting and other resources.
Newsrooms in LMA’s Covering Climate Collaborative have been working to combine their strengths and widen the reach of their reporting to new audiences.
Word Is Out: A Queer Media Collaborative (QMC) will focus on business sustainability and producing great journalism.
The Path Forward: LMA’s Solving for Chicago collaborative will focus on solutions to persistent pandemic problems
Through “The Path Forward,” the collaboration’s 20+ newsrooms will build on its coverage of essential workers to tackle how COVID-19 has prompted communities to rethink solutions to problems of housing, education and public safety, as well as employment and public health.
The challenges facing local news organizations are well documented, from revenue disruption and staffing cuts to debunking misinformation, all exacerbated by the pandemic. Those challenges can be even greater when it comes to reporting on climate change because of the need to get the science right, and the constant pull of breaking news. One way […]
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