The Accountability Project

The Accountability Project is a recently launched investigative journalism unit at Connecticut Public Broadcasting. The three-person investigative reporting team produces short and long-form stories.

MISSING THEM

MISSING THEM is a collaborative journalism and community project to identify every New Yorker who died due to COVID-19 and write a story about them. The goal: to bring equity and inclusion in memorials.

Racism Unveiled

Racism Unveiled is a multi-platform storytelling project designed to unpack racism in Minnesota, empower BIPOC communities and allies to use their voices, and offer solutions to propel racial equity.

FIRSTHAND

WTTW believes stories can change lives. FIRSTHAND promotes empathy by humanizing complicated topics and shedding new light across digital and event platforms through intimate personal stories.

Decibel

Decibel is a community-led journalism project. We amplify diverse voices in Central Texas through in-depth listening and storytelling.

The Hidden Pandemic

The Hidden Pandemic, from Kansas City PBS, was multi-platform, community engagement project chronicling the hidden pandemic of mental illness during this unprecedented COVID year.

Amplifying Community Voices in Local Media

We find, support and amplify Utah’s diverse voices through journalistic storytelling. We do this in deep partnership with young journalists, local media, nonprofits and the communities they serve.

Classical IPR’s Kids Commute

Every weekday morning, Interlochen Public Radio (IPR) presents Kids Commute, an interactive exploration of classical music centered around weekly themes (such as mermaids, opera and elephants) that are designed to educate and entertain the youngest listeners. Kids Commute also explores ballets, their stories, and the music that goes along with them. This interactive radio experience delivers strategies for early childhood artistic development that can be easily replicated in a variety of genres.

Podcasting 101 / Queen City PodQuest Academy

Over 10 weeks, students gained an understanding of the fundamentals of podcasting, production skills and marketing tips, and they walked away with a resource list for the future. WFAE believes in the power of podcasting to amplify diverse voices, remove barriers to storytelling and to build and connect communities.