360˚ FAQ

journalism

  • How do I apply?

  • Is my application private?

  • May I edit my published submission?

  • May I apply from outside the United States?

  • What questions are on the application?

  • Have any tips for good applications?

  • If selected as a semifinalist, what additional information will I need to supply?

  • I have an early-stage idea. May I still apply?

  • Who decides who wins?

  • How much money is available?

  • What parts of my budget will you fund?

  • What does Knight Foundation do?

  • What does the Google News Lab do?

  • What does the Online News Association do?

  • Who may enter the Journalism 360 Challenge?

  • What kind of projects are ineligible for funding?

  • What are the funding options for a nonprofit organization?

  • I’m a for-profit company. May I enter?

  • May I apply with a project that I have already started?

  • Can two organizations or people submit a collaborative project?

  • If I applied to a previous Knight Foundation challenge and did not win, may I apply again?

  • How many different projects may I submit to the Journalism 360 Challenge?

  • I’m not a software developer or designer, but I have a good idea that requires technology. May I apply?

  • What are the the intellectual property terms of the Journalism 360 Challenge?

  • What is your definition of releasing as “open source”?

  • What is Knight Foundation’s intellectual property licensing policy?

  • I want to suggest a new feature or tell you about something that’s broken.

  • How may I report abuse?

  • My question is not listed above.

  • How may I learn more and stay updated?