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More newspapers are turning to philanthropic funding or a non-profit structure to sustain journalism. A Mega-Conference panel looked at the alternatives newspapers have for non-traditional funding.
By Mark Fitzgerald, America's Newspapers |
2/28/20 11:33 AM
"In today’s environment of extreme partisan politics and anti-media rhetoric, independent local journalism is more essential than ever to the health of our communities, our economy and our democracy. And so is innovation," said Fraser Nelson, vice president of business innovation at The Salt Lake Tribune.
"The Salt Lake Tribune is honored to be recognized alongside the creative leadership of The Sumter Item and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette as we seek, each in our own way, to inform and empower our communities for years to come, come what may."
2/25/20 01:23 PM
Next Monday afternoon, Mega-Conference attendees will hear about the latest responses to the need for alternative sources of funding, including the way Utah's largest newspaper became recognized as a non-profit eligible for tax-deductible donations and a newly-announced initiative by The Fresno Bee.
2/11/20 09:19 AM