New England Public Media

New England Public Media is an independently managed division of Boston-based WGBH Foundation. It was created in 2019 through an alliance between WGBY television in Springfield, Mass., and New England Public Radio, part of the Five College Consortium in western Massachusetts. NEPM is committed to serving the people of western New England by providing trustworthy journalism, cultural content, events and initiatives, educational services and community engagement. It serves more than 1 million households in western Massachusetts, northern Connecticut and southern Vermont.

Richland Source

Richland Source is a free, digital news site that covers Richland, Ashland County and Knox counties in north central Ohio. Its focus is solutions journalism and journalistic responses to questions posed by readers.

The Texas Observer

The Texas Observer remains the veteran, fearless independent publication that it has been since 1954. For more than 65 years, our commitment to public interest journalism has made the Observer the go-to source for investigative reporting and thorough analysis of the issues shaping Texas. In Texas’ media landscape, we stand alone in our willingness and ability to challenge narratives crafted by the state’s power brokers that create barriers to equal access to prosperity, education, health and dignity. As the mediasphere continues to consolidate, leaving fewer and fewer independent outlets, we remain a strong, independent voice.

The Boston Globe

The Boston Globe is a multi-Pulitzer-prize winning daily that is the oldest and biggest paper in Boston.

The Charlotte Post

The Charlotte Post Publishing Company is been the mirror to the African-American community in North Carolina's two largest media markets. The company's roots are in the AME Zion Church, where The Messenger was launched in 1878 to provide a faith-based forum for newly emancipated Black people during the Reconstruction period. It is the leading source of news and information in Charlotte's Black community, which makes up about one-third of Mecklenburg County's 1.1 million population. Its sister publication, The Triangle Tribune, was founded in 1998 and is similarly situation in the Raleigh-Durham market, which exceeds 1 million people. The 16-member staff consists of three full-time journalists and three freelance photographers and journalists.

The Plug

Launched in 2016 as the first daily tech newsletter, The Plug investigates and reports on Black tech trends, stories, and breaking news.

The Reader – El Perico

The Reader (parent company Pioneer Publishing) is the original alternative news monthly in Omaha, NE, founded in 1994. It is known for its watchdog journalism and covering news the mainstream media misses. The print paper has citywide distribution and a robust digital site. With an exceptionally diverse audience, its readers are most defined by their high levels of engagement in the community (from voting to going out). El Perico is the original bilingual community weekly founded in 1999, serving Omahaís booming Latino community, becoming part of Pioneer Publishing in 2004 and going monthly in 2020.

The Washington Informer

The Washington Informer Newspaper Co. Inc. is a multimedia, award-winning organization founded in 1964 in order to highlight positive images of African Americans. Its motto is EDUCATE, EMPOWER, and INFORM. The paper serves metropolitan Washington D.C. through its weekly print edition and weekly email newsletter and via its website.

WSKG Public Telecommunications Council

WSKG is a public radio station serving the Binghamton, N.Y., area with educational programming and news. Its areas of focus include the arts, culture and heritage of the region as well as other matters of local importance. It is an affiliate of National Public Radio. The station seeks to represent diverse viewpoints to help listeners reach better conclusions that can be clearly explained, effectively defended or, when appropriate, revisited and revised.

WFDD / La Noticia

Founded in 1946 by two students in their dorm room on the original Wake Forest College campus in Wake Forest, NC, 88.5 WFDD, is North Carolina’s longest running public radio station and the state’s charter NPR affiliate station. It broadcasts in 32 counties across the Piedmont and High Country of North Carolina and southern Virginia. The news team consists of eight full-time staff: one main editor, two reporters/editors, two hosts/reporters, and three reporters. We believe in the importance of a strong public radio station to a community. Its news partner is La Noticia, North Carolina’s largest Spanish language news organization. It has been serving the state’s growing Latino community for more than two decades. Its readers are predominantly immigrants from Latin America.