New Jersey Sustainability Reporting Project

The New Jersey Sustainability Reporting project is a statewide news collaborative spearheaded by CivicStory. It generates local news stories about sustainability issues and actions required to resolve the climate crisis. Through 6-month fellowships, early to mid-career journalists report for diverse New Jersey newsrooms and help citizens shift from day-to-day thinking to longer-term consideration of the needs, health, and wellbeing of future generations.

Black Radio United for the Vote

Jazz 91.9 WCLK teamed up with more than 10 Atlanta’s Black Radio stations – commercial and community outlets – in partnership with the Urban League of Greater Atlanta with the common goals of voter registration, voter education and voter mobilization in advance of the November 2020 election. From July 2020 through September 2020, Jazz 91.9 WCLK and partner stations are dedicating a full day of on-air programming to voting and Census messaging via PSA and interviews and social media engagement.

Sahan Journal

Sahan Journal, an independent, nonprofit news site in partnership with MPR News, serves the immigrant and refugee populations of Minnesota with professional journalism centered on immigrant lives, voices, and experiences. It has been publishing essential pandemic coverage in Hmong, Somali, and Spanish, in order to be accessible to the three largest immigrant groups in the state.

At-Home Learning

At-Home Learning was a rapid response learning service for school closures in our local broadcast region. We created an on-air and digital service that was then shared with PBS stations across the country.

Block Club Chicago’s Free West Side Resource Fair

Block Club Chicago hosted a free resource fair on the West Side, bringing together 21 community organizations to offer free food, toiletries and health screenings to residents. Our neighborhood reporter was also on hand to take story tips and meet people.

Michigan News Group Internship

WCMU is re-imagining local journalism by creating partnerships with rural newspapers to produce content and at the same time train J students in broadcast, print and internet story telling. We are harnessing the reach of a public radio network and the local strength of community newspapers to provide an outstanding product, remind news consumers about the value of local news, and give small papers much-needed boots on the ground during a time when contractions in the industry are threatening their existence.

How KPCC-LAist Embraced Its Role As L.A.’s Help Desk

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, the KPCC-LAist newsroom has invited questions from its audience. Nearly 4,000 people have written in and in answering the questions, we have found new sources, new stories and new audiences, and more than half of the participants have opted into newsletters.

Take the Mic

How are young people making sense of the world during our global pandemic and as thousands of citizens take to the streets demanding racial justice and police reform? KNKX’s Take the Mic youth voices series turns the “microphone” over to teens and kids, giving them the opportunity to share their stories during these extraordinary times.

WUCF Content Collaborative

The Content Collaborative led by WUCF is a strategic partnership initiative among arts and news organizations in Central Florida to develop and distribute content with limited resources and staff. The Collaborative leverages world-class content created by community partners with WUCF’s production expertise to provide new on-air programming for public media audiences.