I’m proud to announce that ReportingOn won a Knight News Challenge grant. I’m in Las Vegas at the E&P Interactive Media Conference for the announcement of all the winners.
Yesterday, Brein McNamara, another News Challenge winner, said more or less that we’re all in over our heads to some extent.
That’s the right idea.
We’re supposed to take a good idea that we don’t necessarily have the resources to polish into a great idea on our own, then use the funding from the Knight Foundation and the growing network of winners to finish the process.
And that’s the challenge.
I’ll add a link to the full list of winners when I have a free moment, but I’m betting you’ll be able to find it at newschallenge.org.
There are some awesome projects on the list, including Radio Engage (Margaret Rosas and the whole Quiddities crew are seriously representing Santa Cruz out here), Spot.Us (David Cohn’s community-funded enterprise journalism project), and a CMS/front-end system project headed up by the editors of the Daily Bruin.
Nothing about ReportingOn has changed today. Follow reportingon on Twitter, send a tweet about what you’re working on to @reportingon, and find journalists working on similar stories.
Then, the easy part: Help each other out.
Huge congratulations to all the winners, and thanks to everyone involved in making this happen so far. Now the real fun starts…
4 thoughts on “The Challenge”
Congrats! I look forward to seeing ReportingOn continue to grow.
Congrats Ryan. Great work.
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