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Nonprofit newsrooms are a response to the news industry's financial difficulties transitioning to the digital economy. Foundations and other civic-minded investors fund investigative and socially important journalism that democracies depend on, but that can no longer be cross-subsidized by control of advertising channels like classified ads. (Entries coming soon - help us populate this section by submitting a project). For further reading, check out Media Impact Funders' report, Community Foundations & Media.

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Grist Cities + Solutions

Chronicles surprising and inspiring climate initiatives in communities across the U.S. through stories of cities leading the way

Voice of San Diego

Launched in 2005, Voice of San Diego was the first digital, nonprofit news organization in the country to serve a local community.

The Texas Tribune

The Texas Tribune is the only member-supported, digital-first, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues.

New Haven Independent

The New Haven Independent is produced in conjunction with the Online Journalism Project, a not-for-profit effort to promote professional-quality ​“stand-alone” and ​“hyperlocal” news sites on the Internet.

MinnPost

MinnPost is an independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces thoughtful, in-depth journalism about civic and cultural affairs impacting Minnesota.

Mixer

a new organisation dedicated to supporting journalism in Europe

Kloop

Non-profit news site serving Kyrgyzstan, including election monitoring

Armando.info

Armando.info es una comunidad de periodistas nacida en Venezuela al calor de la crisis y la censura de sus medios. Tiene como objetivo brindar una plataforma independiente, que respalde y acompañe a periodistas venezolanos y latinoamericanos en la reportería de historias trasnacionales, bien narradas y de profundidad, que no tienen cabida en otros sitios.

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