The Washington Post’s Margaret Sullivan on how not to respond to John’s Oliver’s ode to local newspapers
14 projects will share in $1.6 million as winners of the 2016 Knight News Challenge on Libraries.
Giving days provide more than funds: They strengthen community foundations that organize them, a new Knight report finds
It is not sufficient for libraries to survive in the digital age, says Knight's John Bracken, they need to expand and thrive.
The Knight Cities Challenge, which will offer $5 million for your best ideas to make the 26 Knight communities more successful, runs Oct. 10 through Nov. 3.
A Pew Research Center report shows an increasingly complex environment for the modern news consumer. Is TV news headed for the digital cliff?
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