The Statesman Journal covers the middle section of the Willamette Valley between Oregon’s coastal mountain range and the Cascade Mountains. The Gannett-owned newsroom is based in Salem, the state capital, about an hour from Portland and the Oregon coast. Its primary mission is governmental accountability and watchdog reporting in and around Salem and state government.
Knox Pages is a digital news organization serving residents of Knox County, in central Ohio. We tell the entire community's story with a particular focus on the practice of solutions journalism and deep reader engagement. We're small, entrepreneurial, and operate as a team. Our parent company, Richland Source, is a nationally-recognized, award-winning site we collaborate with daily. Our work has been featured by the New York Times, Solutions Journalism Network, Columbia Journalism Review and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, among others.
Ashland Source is a digital news organization serving residents of Ashland County in north central Ohio. We tell the entire community's story with a particular focus on the practice of solutions journalism and deep reader engagement. We're small, entrepreneurial, and operate as a team. Our parent company, Richland Source, is a nationally-recognized, award-winning site we collaborate with daily. Our work has been featured by the New York Times, Solutions Journalism Network, Columbia Journalism Review and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, among others.
WCAI is a listener-supported public radio station and the National Public Radio affiliate serving Cape Cod, the Massachusetts South Coast, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. The station provides local newscasts with original reporting. It strives to celebrate the uniqueness of the communities it serves while spurring discussions about common issues.
The Virgin Islands Daily News has been the sole watchdog of local government for 91 years, and the only media covering, in print and in digital, life and events throughout the territory. It is committed to telling readers the truth without fear or favoritism, reporting the news and investigating what’s hidden beneath the surface—informing and empowering readers with accurate, essential information. The Virgin Islands Daily News has won the Pulitzer Prize for public service, plus every other major national journalism award, including the George Polk Award and the IRE (Investigative Reporters and Editors) Award.
The Victoria Advocate is 175 years old, and the second oldest daily paper in Texas. This family-owned community paper and news site is committed to reporting daily news, features, and hard-hitting investigations, holding officials accountable.
Interlochen Public Radio, an NPR affiliate based in Interlochen, Michigan, has a mission to produce high-quality work, offer a nuanced and complete view of northern Michigan, and lead in coverage of natural resource issues. The Traverse City Record-Eagle is a news site and a daily paper with a 165-year history of serving communities in northern Michigan—a steadfast source for watchdog and enterprise journalism.
WSHU is an NPR member station, serving Connecticut and Long Island, New York since 1984, and owned and operated by Sacred Heart University. WSHU's mission is to be the unifying voice of the region: on the air, online and in person. It won the 2021 National Student Murrow Award for its series on the history of slavery on Long Island.
Seven Days is a free, award-winning weekly paper with a print circulation of 35,000, the largest in Vermont, and a news site. Founded in 1995, Seven Days has been an improbable success story, thriving as traditional print media declined and filling a news void. It's been called “The New Yorker of the north” and for good reason: Seven Days delivers news with depth and context, such as a 5,000-word piece that revealed that people wait months to see specialists at the area's largest hospital. The state launched an immediate investigation in response.