Community Impact Newspaper

Community Impact Newspaper, a hyperlocal paper started in 2005, has grown to 35 monthly papers in the Austin, Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, Phoenix, San Antonio, and Nashville metros.This news organization delivers its free papers to 2.7 million mailboxes monthly, and offers free daily digital to support communities.

Texas Monthly

Since 1973, Texas Monthly has delivered the best storytelling about the Lone Star State to readers in Texas and around the country. Texas Monthly is known for its longform, literary storytelling and investigative reporting. Its 47 full-time journalists have also established Texas Monthly as the premier authority on how to enjoy the best the state has to offer, covering music, dining, the arts, travel, outdoor activities, books and design. Texas Monthly’s audience is growing across its print magazine, website, podcasts, videos, email newsletters, and movie and television adaptations.

Dallas Free Press

Dallas Free Press, a nonprofit news site, launched in January 2020 with the mission of amplifying voices and exploring solutions to the city's systemic inequities. It focuses community journalism efforts on three zip codes in South Dallas and West Dallas, which are predominantly Black and Latino neighborhoods, respectively.

El Paso Matters

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.

The Arizona Republic

The Arizona Republic is the largest news outlet in the Southwest, primarily covering metro Phoenix. It leads the USA Today Network's coverage of the western U.S. and is the flagship local newsroom of Gannett Co., Inc.'s 260-plus sites. The Arizona Republic protects public trust, inspires positive change and reflects the news and its diverse community. It has won three Pulitzer Prizes, including one in 2018 for explanatory reporting on the border wall.

Fort Worth Report

Fort Worth Report, a nonprofit digital newsroom, was launched in April 2021 to provide original reporting on local government, schools, economic development, health care and other news in Tarrant County, home to Fort Worth. By providing free access to nonpartisan journalism about issues that affect the daily lives of residents, this news organization's mission is to engage, educate and empower readers.

Houston Defender Network

The Houston Defender, founded in 1930, is a weekly paper and news site serving the Houston area, which includes Harris, Fort Bend and Brazoria counties. As Houston’s leading source of information for Black readers, the Defender covers news, sports, lifestyle, business, politics and more.

KERA-FM, North Texas Broadcasting

KERA-FM is a member station of NPR and is in the fifth largest U.S. media market. It's part of North Texas Broadcasting, which has a mission to serve north Texans through public television, radio and multimedia resources that educate, engage, inspire, inform and entertain.

KTRK Television

KTRK is Houston's ABC TV station and news site, and part of the ABC Owned Television Stations group, owned by The Walt Disney Company.

KERA / The Texas Newsroom

NPR and Texas public radio stations collaborated to form the Texas News Hub. It’s the first step in a systemwide collaborative project to create a nationwide virtual public radio newsroom of 1,000-plus journalists. The collaboration includes two daily, hour-long statewide programs (Texas Standard and Think) and will soon include six daily statewide newscasts, and a statewide digital news desk. The Hub is working to hire and train freelance and small station reporters to provide news service to underserved communities in the state’s news deserts.