Dubuque Telegraph Herald / TH Media

The Telegraph Herald news site and paper, published six days a week, is the nearly-exclusive news source in the Dubuque tri-state area (Dubuque, Iowa sits on the border of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin). Its mission is to connect the community with high quality journalism, and as a locally-and independently-owned news organization, it takes its role in the community seriously.

Northeast Ohio Solutions Journalism Collaborative

We’re a team of Greater Cleveland news outlets passionate about news and information, amplifying the voices of those often unheard, and changing the narrative about our communities. With 22 partner newsrooms, reporters and community organizations embedded in nearly every corner of Northeast Ohio from Akron to Cleveland’s Buckeye-Woodland neighborhoods, NEO SOJO (Northeast Ohio Solutions Journalism) is dedicated to targeting one issue in 2020 — how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting communities — and spotlighting solutions. We want to tell stories that lift up ways to solve issues that plague our communities and change the conversation about what’s possible in Northeast Ohio.

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service (NNS) is an award-winning, online news outlet that provides balanced coverage of low-income minority neighborhoods in Milwaukee's central city through objective, professional reporting. We cover the issues most important to the people who live, work and serve in central-city Milwaukee, such as public safety, arts and recreation, economic development, education, health and wellness and housing.  

The Dallas Morning News

Founded in 1885, the Dallas Morning News is Texas’ leading news organization and is the winner of nine Pulitzer Prizes. It has one of the largest newsrooms in the Southwest. In 2015, the DMN was in the first group of news organizations to go through a digital transformation initiative known as Table Stakes, launched by the Knight Foundation and Temple University. Since then, the DMN has been a leader in digital innovation among local news organizations. The News’ mission is “making our communities stronger and more prosperous through quality journalism and innovative marketing solutions.”

Miami Herald

The Miami Herald is a regional news organization that focuses its coverage on South Florida and the surrounding region of the Caribbean and Latin America, to which most of its residents have ties. It's one of the most diverse areas of the country. The largest county in our market, Miami-Dade, has a population that is more than 65 percent foreign born. The Herald has a strong tradition of accountability journalism, and has won more Pulitzer Prizes (22) than any news organization in the Southeast United States

La Noticia

La Noticia, The Spanish-Language Newspaper, is the largest Spanish-language Newspaper in North Carolina. We have been serving the Latino community here for 22 years. We cover immigration, local and state government, politics and community news and events. Our readers are immigrants from Latin America who prefer to read in Spanish. They are new to the country and they rely on La Noticia to provide them with local news and information in their own language, that will help them make informed decisions and also help them adapt to the culture in the United States, in North Carolina and in the cities where we serve and they live.

Centro de Periodismo Investigativo

The Centro de Periodismo Investigativo is a 501c3 non-profit that investigates and distributes its content free of charge, directly to readers and mass media outlets in Puerto Rico and abroad. Founded in 2007 by journalists, the CPI produces quality in-depth journalism free of political and commercial ties through its website and media allies. In recent years, the CPI has been at the forefront in chronicling major news on the island, from a decade-long economic crisis and five years of bankruptcy to the trauma of two catastrophic hurricanes. In 2019, it published a leaked chat that exposed the corruption of former Gov. Ricardo Rosello and his administration, which culminated in massive street protests that led to his resignation from office.

The Daily Herald

The Herald is one of 43 newspaper titles owned by Everett-based Sound Publishing, the largest community media organization in Washington state. We are the primary source of news and information for the communities we serve as well as the leading editorial voice. We are part of the greater Seattle metropolitan area. The fundamental philosophy that our founders committed themselves to from the first day they began publishing on Jan. 5, 1901 is still at the center of what we attempt to do every day: “There is in this community no one so poor or insignificant that The Herald will not defend him if he be wronged, no one so high and powerful that the Herald will not fearlessly attack him if he seek to do injustice.”

El Paso Matters

El Paso Matters is a member-supported, nonpartisan media organization that uses journalism to expand civic capacity in our region. We inform and engage with people in El Paso, Ciudad Juarez and neighboring communities to create solutions-driven conversations about complex issues shaping our region. We were incorporated in 2019 and began publishing in February 2020.

GuamPDN.com/Pacific Daily News

The Pacific Daily News, formerly Guam Daily News, is a morning edition newspaper based in Hagåtña, in the United States territory of Guam. The Pacific Daily News, nicknamed "PDN" by locals, is owned by Gannett Corp. and is published seven days a week. The paper covers Guam, Micronesia and the Pacific Rim region, along with breaking news from the United States and the world.