John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
A survey by Gallup and the Knight Foundation finds Democrats much more willing than Republicans to see government funding help local news sources.
Turning #GivingTuesday into #GivingNewsDay -- a new national campaign will match donations to nonprofit journalism.
NPR's Carebot project aims to move beyond page views to change the way online publishers measure success.
The national conversation on poverty and income inequality is welcome and long overdue. But there's something missing in many of the potential solutions on the table.
It's an existential question that's becoming more pertinent as academics, media firms and "hacks" themselves grapple with
There's an utter lack of infrastructure in homes and schools that live side-by-side to some of the most sophisticated and tech-fluent corporations and startups -- preventing civic engagement and technological fluency among Silicon Valley's youth.
"In a truly creative town like Miami, everybody should be able to participate, to dream and to ultimately see their passions
Filling a void by bringing to light societal issues rarely covered by mainstream media is a major reason why Link TV has not only thrived but is expanding. It is perhaps the only television channel in the world that measures its success not in ratings, but in getting people off their sofas into engagement and action.
After 5 Detroit, an events website, intends to link up young professionals and encourage them to stay in the city with Connect
Anyone can be a leader in his or her community to create social change -- all it takes is passion. Detroit 4 Detroit's role