About This Session:
This session will explore philanthropic and community funding options and opportunities for local newsrooms. As we navigate the extraordinary challenges confronting the sustainability of local journalism, new models have emerged to drive greater impact and capacity for local newsrooms. Led by The Seattle Times and its community funding initiative, a set of best practices and lessons learned have emerged. These are now being tested and adapted for markets all over the country. This session will provide an overview of these, as well as practical advice to publishers and editors who are interested in testing the model in their communities.
Joaquin Alvarado is the executive director of Project Accelerate at The Seattle Times. His work focuses on developing and expanding channels for community support for local journalism. He has 20 years experience in journalism, media and technology. He is also the founder of Studiotobe and serves on the boards of Consumer Reports, TechSoup Global, The James B. McClatchy Foundation and Cityside (Berkeleyside and Oaklandside).
Distributors may purchase multiple copies of packages to distribute to learners, and follow their progress. Bulk discounts are below.
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