The 2020 Media Impact Forum
Our 2020 Media Impact Forum focusing on philanthropy, media and the environment has come to a close, but the work is far from over. Funders recognize the need for more and better news coverage of climate change, but greater philanthropic support for media and journalism that addresses environmental and public health issues is critical at this time. This year’s Forum took place over six online sessions, which covered climate activism, the intersection of racial and environmental justice, collaborative reporting models, and much more.
The 2019 Media Impact Forum
The 2019 Media Impact Forum paid special attention to the role of radio and audio in creating and sustaining crucial connections with communities. Radio might be one of our oldest platforms, but in terms of reach and and impact, it is also one of the most innovative—and philanthropy is playing a vital role in its resurgence. Grantmakers and the cultural organizations they fund are investing in audio and media across traditional broadcasting, podcasting, and on-site properties in order to foster greater context, reach, and conversation with constituencies.
Learn more about our previous Media Impact Forums here.
As an event-driven organization, we’re constantly bringing changemakers together, whether in-person or online, to make strategic connections with like-minded professionals. Browse through our upcoming events.Learn More
A guide to COVID-19 vaccine communications with CPIC and University of Florida
In upcoming months vaccine confidence will dominate national and global debate. Billions of people will be having the same conversation: Will you take the vaccine? Do you trust it? People around the world will be hearing a range of perspectives on vaccines and seeking out additional information. As you will know, we are seeing unprecedented levels […]