| October 28, 2020
“The presence of frontline reporters throughout the country provides a different sort of opportunity for public media journalism: to surprise, to uncover, to find not just the local angle but the issues that are most engaging local citizens and might be of broader interest as well.”
| October 23, 2020
The nonprofit news organization won $20,000 in Current’s annual competition.
| February 7, 2020
Wichita is a ”big little city with real issues and ambitions,” says Sarah Jane Crespo. She created events where listeners learn about and discuss issues affecting the city.
| January 27, 2020
Stations and nonprofit news organizations have submitted more than 350 projects to our Local That Works competitions. See what they’ve been up to and steal their ideas.
| October 17, 2019
The Detroit station’s “Framed” series aims to “reflect the lives of the people we’re here to serve.”
| July 17, 2019
Learn about creative local projects from three stations, then enter our contest.
| February 25, 2019
The station’s Community Voices project has made its programming more diverse while also helping to grow revenue.
| December 19, 2018
The winner of Current’s Local That Works contest, Alaska Public Media’s “Community in Unity” events tackled topics including racism, immigration and incarceration.
| November 14, 2018
The radio show and podcast, a finalist in Current’s Local that Works contest, explores a changing San Francisco through the people and institutions that intersect at street corners.