By Liz Reid , Freelance Contributor | October 28, 2022
“This is a story for anybody who cares about justice and cares about … holding people to account,” said Holly Edgell, managing editor for the Midwest Newsroom.
By Abby Turner , Former Editorial Intern | October 25, 2022
The collaborative based at WUSF in Tampa will provide reporting to 12 local public and commercial outlets.
By Scott Fybush , Freelance Contributor | October 25, 2022
The station in Fort Myers, Fla., turned its TV studios over to a local Fox affiliate and relied on an auxiliary radio transmitter to stay on the air.
By Tyler Falk , Reporter | September 28, 2022
The Dallas station is looking to expand its portfolio of news collaborations.
By Mike Janssen , Digital Editor | July 22, 2021
As part of our “In This Together” series, we spoke with Ideastream Public Media’s Kevin Martin and Scott Finn of Vermont Public Radio/Vermont PBS.
By Kayla Benjamin , Editorial Intern | June 29, 2021
“It’s BIPOC filmmakers telling stories from their own communities,” said Nick Price, series producer with Reel South. “It’s not people who are from outside the South coming in and telling what they conceive of the South.”
By Tyler Falk , Reporter | June 2, 2021
The collaborative ended its show “Next” last month to focus on new priorities.
By Julian Wyllie , Reporter | May 26, 2021
“Television and radio should be getting together. Joint licensees have advantages that neither one of us have individually.”
By Tyler Falk , Reporter | May 24, 2021
NPR and stations have found early success at attracting support from major donors and adding reporting capacity to the system with a journalism hubs model.