If you are unable to locate the zoom information of any session, please contact Marie Porter at email@example.com. With the health and safety of our network in mind, we have decided to revise our plans for our upcoming Media Impact Forum. We are converting what would normally have been our daylong funder gathering into […]
The coronavirus has wreaked havoc on our society, changing every aspect of our lives. Hundreds of thousands of people have died. Economies around the world have collapsed, forcing many into unemployment and untenable situations.
Building on our four previous online discussions on this topic, Media Impact Funders in partnership with the International Documentary Association and Doc Society will host a call to hear about ways funders are responding to support filmmakers and storytellers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From 2008 to 2018, newsroom employment dropped by 25%, with the sharpest declines experienced by newspapers. Over the past decade, roughly 1,800 local newspapers closed nationwide, leaving over 1,000 communities without local news coverage. Various studies have linked the absence of local news outlets to increased municipal borrowing due to unchecked government expenditures; decreased civic […]
Building on our three previous online discussions on this topic, Media Impact Funders and the Journalism Funders Forum will host a call to hear about ways international philanthropies are responding to critical needs and success stories in COVID-19 coverage and media efforts to adapt to new economic realities.
Just two months ago, many of us were gathered in Miami for the annual Knight Media Forum about how we might work together to better inform communities. So much has changed as our communities struggle through a global pandemic. We are hoping that you and your loved ones are safe and well.
A statement from ISOJ: With a heavy heart, we’ve decided to cancel the in-person component of this year’s International Symposium on Online Journalism due to COVID-19. We’ve been monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely over the past few weeks and have decided that convening in person would not be prudent at this time. We are, however, […]
The news media’s coverage of the 2016 presidential campaign was overwhelmingly negative and lacked in-depth explanations of the candidates’ policy positions. Misinformation ran rampant, and widespread disinformation campaigns successfully sowed doubt among citizens, which left them confused about who and what to trust.
Building on our two previous online discussions on this topic, Media Impact Funders will host another call to hear about ways our peers are responding to critical needs and success stories in COVID-19 coverage and media efforts to adapt to new economic realities.