WUSF Public Media is committed to providing accurate, honest journalism that helps listeners understand the community and the world. WUSF is a service of the University of South Florida, providing news and music on two radio stations, seven websites and on social media. Since 1976, it’s been the flagship NPR affiliate, and covers 13 counties in west central Florida, including the cities of Tampa, St. Petersburg, Lakeland and Sarasota.
WOUB Public Media is a NPR and PBS affiliate licensed to Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. WOUB serves 55 counties throughout Appalachian southeastern Ohio, western West Virginia and eastern Kentucky with its broadcast signals. By developing partnerships to expand news coverage, thinking outside the box and deepening the conversation, WOUB is providing diverse content to listeners and viewers across the region.
The Chicago Sun-Times serves readers in Chicago, the six-county metro region and northwest Indiana. For years, it has been providing a voice to the voiceless by publishing the work of a diverse group of journalists. The paper has won eight Pulitzer Prizes, two George Polk Awards for investigative journalism, and numerous other national and local awards for righting wrongs and changing public policy.
The Concord Monitor is a daily paper and news site that covers Concord, the New Hampshire State House and dozens of communities in the center of the state. It reports on annual town meetings in the smallest communities and the largest issues facing the state. The Monitor is consistently recognized as one of the best of its size in the New England Newspaper & Press Association awards competition.
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.
El Paso Matters is a nonprofit, member-supported, nonpartisan digital media organization. It uses journalism to expand civic capacity in the region, informing and engaging with people in El Paso, Ciudad Juarez and neighboring communities to create solutions-driven conversations about the complex issues shaping the region.
KOA Radio, FM and AM, is a news, talk and sports station in Denver and along with the iHeartRadio app, this news organization prides itself on being Colorado's information station—Colorado's Morning News is its best-rated show. The mission is to be fair, fast and dependable when delivering news to the listening area, and its work has won Murrow and Marconi awards.
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.