The Bridge is a fiercely local, twice-monthly newspaper that reports on the community around Montpelier, Vermont. We mail it free.
Quality local media provided free to Vermont locals.
The Riveter is a women's longform lifestyle magazine. Join us in promoting women in journalism and thoughtful content for readers.
Only 37.2 percent of journalism jobs in 2013 were held by women, despite the fact that women received 67.6 percent of communications master's degrees. This project focused on highlighting women's storytelling voices.
We are a collective of amazing storytelling radio shows. Let's remake public radio together.
Creating great new audio for a new post-radio generation
Founded by Tow-Knight Fellow Noah Rosenberg, Narratively shows that there is demand for longform journalism.
A big, glossy publication with distinctive, original writing and art about soccer that will come out four times per year.
Is there a market for a soccer magazine in the US? Howler proved that there is.
Matter became a reality through Kickstarter and soon after launch was acquired by Medium.
Using bikes to bring a local investigative newspaper to readers all over San Francisco. Super efficient. Shamelessly retro.
An elegantly-designed newspaper with a smart design aesthetic and a fresh approach to delivering quality news in print.
We livestreamed the Wendy Davis filibuster. Now we want to make unfiltered video the norm in politics – starting with the 2014 races.
The innovative Texas Tribune keeps pressing forward with creative experiments to serve the public good.
Old tapes. New unheard multimedia stories. Help us bring print journalists' lost interviews to life via podcast, radio, and YouTube.
Creative project to bring back to life old audio interview recordings and to reimagine them as animated videos.
We're a digital magazine that will tell the stories of entrepreneurship, innovation, and collaboration happening throughout Oregon
Built Oregon wants to discover the new business minds in the region.
We want to travel to college campuses across the country, asking one key question: What's your internship story?
Sometimes bigger news institutions like Propublica resort to crowdfunding to finance individual projects. Here's one example.
Delivering top international journalism on one urgent issue each month -- not just the problems, but real solutions.
Smartly focused on one key issue at a time, this project draws on a wide range of international media.
We're creating educational materials for the next generation of news-application developers. Python, Ruby, maps, devops and more.
Strengthening journalists' skills helps lay the groundwork for journalistic innovation.
Change the way crime is covered. Create a reporting lab within Homicide Watch DC to cover every murder in Washington for one year.
Impact journalism often focuses narrowly and deeply on a key issue of importance, and this project exemplifies that.
To make government accountable, people have to know the facts. But prying secrets out of Washington is hard. FOIA Machine can help.
Creating smart new tools and making them widely available to journalists everywhere is a great to improve the quality and sustainability of journalism.
As modern day explorers, let's scour the earth in a global scavenger hunt! Augmented reality meets 'a message in a bottle' :)
Founded by Tow-Knight Fellow Stephanie Lowe, Feetprints is an unique app that connects people locally through storytelling — without algorithms.
A platform to connect writers directly with readers.
bellingcat.com will unite citizen investigative journalists to use open source information to report on issues that are being ignored.
Citizen journalism and investigative reporting come together in Bellingcat.