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Knight Foundation

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  1. 'Walk Raleigh' startup snags Knight Foundation funding for national expansion

    What began as a "guerrila wayfinding" project in Raleigh – which has garnered national and international attention since its launch in 2012 – is now the recipient of a $182,000 grant ... FULL ARTICLE AT Business First of Columbus

  1. 'Walk Raleigh' startup snags Knight Foundation funding for national expansion

    What began as a "guerrila wayfinding" project in Raleigh – which has garnered national and international attention since its launch in 2012 – is now the recipient of a $182,000 grant ... FULL ARTICLE AT Denver Business Journal

  2. This week The Knight Foundation released “Above and Beyond,” a report on the future of journalism education authored by Stephens College President Dianne Lynch. The following essay by CUNY dean ... FULL ARTICLE AT PBS MediaShift

  3. Low office vacancy rates fueled by Oregon's surging employment

    It's no wonder that the office vacancy rate in downtown Portland is among the lowest in the country: employment downtown and in offices in general is surging. So says ... FULL ARTICLE AT Business Journal of Portland

  1. Here’s a list of current media and journalism fellowship programs, including the deadlines for applying. If we’re missing any major programs, please use our Contact Form to let ... FULL ARTICLE AT PBS MediaShift

  2. BuzzFeed Expands Mobile Team By Acquiring “Visual Conversation” Startup GoPop

    BuzzFeed just announced that it’s acquiring San Francisco startup GoPop. The startup was originally known as Zeega, and it was part of the first class at Matter, the Knight ... FULL ARTICLE AT TechCrunch

  3. This S.F. accelerator is sending old media to startup boot camp

    I f there's a fantasy camp for traditional media brands looking to feel young again, you might say it's Matter. The San Francisco-based accelerator for early-stage media startups ... FULL ARTICLE AT South Florida Business Journal

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Wikipedia

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation is an American private, non-profit foundation dedicated to promoting journalism and supporting the vitality of 26 communities where the Knight Brothers owned newspapers. It began as the Knight Memorial Education Fund in 1940. For its first decade, most contributions came from the Akron Beacon Journal and Miami Herald. Following the practices of their... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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