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Presenters of the Knight Foundation workshop

Tailor-made solutions for local news organizations help them achieve sustainability

During a workshop offered by the Knight Foundation at ISOJ 2022, LION Publishers, Revenue Lab by Texas Tribune and Newspack spoke about how they are providing new and legacy newsrooms with different types of resources to have a more efficient and fulfilling road to sustainability.

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Grants for digital media in Latin America soar in three years and grow with pandemic, study says

According to the study by SembraMedia, in 2019, grants surpassed all other sources of financing and came to represent 29 percent of revenue from these media in the region. And, in 2020, they reached 37 percent.

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Media associations in the Americas call for a debate on platforms paying for content

Through a declaration to “defend the value of professional journalism in the digital ecosystem,” 18 organizations from the Americas call for a debate on the payment of content by digital platforms.

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Readers find it more important for Latin American digital native media to take a stand against injustice than to be balanced, research points out

According to Summer Harlow, University of Houston associate professor of journalism and author of the study, the survey suggests a new understanding of the concept of objectivity, as something that does not oppose or prevent journalists from defending causes or participating in protests.

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IAPA launches competition for media seeking digital solutions, among other new initiatives to combat impunity and improve press freedom

With three new initiatives, the Inter-American Press Association seeks to innovate its work on combating impunity in crimes against journalists, monitoring the state of freedom of expression in the region and supporting its partner media in the digital transformation of the journalism industry.

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With 10,000 supporters, Intercept Brasil earns $55,000 per month and expands investigative reporting

The amount raised was used to hire journalists, move the newsroom to a larger and safer building, and to purchase equipment

Joana Suarez compartilha sua experiência como freelancer em oficina online de jornalismo freelance. Foto: divulgação

Freelancers in Latin America: How to put a price and charge for your work

Across Latinamerica, journalists who dedicate themselves exclusively to working as freelancers shared the common problems they face and the methods of survival they developed in a competitive and undervalued market.

Deb Adeogba (Microsoft News), Aron Pilhofer (Temple University & News Catalyst), Cindy Royal (Texas State University), and Millie Tran (Texas Tribune).

Changing the mindset of journalists towards a product-oriented newsroom can open new revenue streams for journalism, panel says

Many newsrooms struggle for survival in a very adverse business environment. Still, news organizations are tasked with the challenge of shaping their editorial content into products that make sense for their audiences.

Newsroom of Jornal do Commercio in Brazil

Century-old newspapers in Brazil try to unite heritage with digital transformation and getting close to readers

In Brazil, today, there are 26 century-old newspapers in circulation. To stay relevant, they strive to stay true to their history and connected with readers who’ve been with them for decades, emphasizing their belonging to the community.

Diário Catarinense and other NSC titles: weekly magazine format

Out of necessity, more Brazilian newspapers are saying goodbye to print and investing in digital. Will they survive?

The gloomy end of Jornal do Brasil is not necessarily the rule that is being followed by other Brazilian newspapers that, more recently, have also given up their daily print editions to prioritize digital platforms.