Geoff Nason and fellow Buffalo News staffers Mark Gaughan and Danielle Ossher join Better News host Michael O’Connell to discuss the first season of Buffalo Bills PlayAction videos they produced.
Teresa Gorman talks to It’s All Journalism host Michael O’Connell about how the Democracy Fund’s Public Square program is building ecosystems to solve the problem of news deserts. It’s also promoting equity by identifying funding for newsrooms that cover marginalized and overlooked communities.
David Plotz, long-time host of Slate Magazine’s Political Gabfest podcast, discusses how City Cast is making smart, daily, local news podcasts and newsletters to help their listeners become better and more curious citizens.
Carolina Public Press reporter Shelby Harris investigates how localities in North Carolina are spending American Rescue Plan Act funds on the latest episode of It’s All Journalism.
Fernando Soto, CEO and publisher of Nuestro Estado, recently wrote a case study for Better News about how the website increased capacity to ensure the information it published was accurate, timely and culturally competent in order to better serve its Spanish-speaking audience.
While much of the journalism talk in Baltimore has been about the Banner, the Baltimore Beat returned as a biweekly print newspaper on Wednesday . Editor-in- Chief Lisa Snowden shares how the Beat plans to tell the stories of this majority Black city with It’s All Journalism host Michael O’Connell.