Berkshire Eagle

Since our return to local ownership in 2016, The Berkshire Eagle’s mission is to become the finest community newspaper in America. Through relentlessly local reporting on our 32 cities and towns in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, our staff punches above our weight class because we pursue stories that affect the Berkshires beyond the Berkshires. Our coverage

Bay State Banner

The Bay State Banner is New England’s longest-running black-owned newspaper. Founded in 1965 to serve the city’s African-American population, the Banner has provided in-depth coverage of the social movements, political developments, events and ideas in the Greater Boston area’s African-American, Latino and Asian communities. Our newspaper focuses on areas including criminal justice policy, education, politics,

Eve Zuckoff

Eve was a producer for Radio Boston at WBUR, Boston’s NPR news station, where she produced daily segments and reported from the field on arts, culture, crime, justice, technology, business, politics and the environment. She interned and was a production assistant on the award-winning investigative podcast “Last Seen,” from WBUR and The Boston Globe, about

WCAI: The Cape and Islands NPR Station

WCAI is the local NPR affiliate serving Cape Cod, the South Coast, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. WCAI is dedicated to reflecting the unique character of the region and providing first-rate journalism. A small newsroom producing award-winning radio, WCAI reaches from the industrial legacy cities of New Bedford and Fall River, to the artist-and-LGBTQ mecca of