United States and United Kingdom programs strengthening local media.
As the Kincade fire raged on, a Cesar Chavez-inspired public affairs radio station kept farmworkers informed
(KBBF-FM, the station featured in this article, is supported by Internews through donations from individuals -
Access Humboldt and Internews have completed the Information Ecosystem Assessment pilot project for Eureka!
A pilot aimed to engage Oakland’s Spanish-speaking residents with news via text.
The Listening Post Collective, one of the organizations that received a grant from CLEF, is a project of Internews
The 2017 wildfires in Northern California were the most destructive in the state’s history. More than 5,600 structures were destroyed, damages exceeded $2 billion, and 44 people lost their lives.
A radio report on KRCB looks at whether Sonoma County's draft Disaster Recovery Plan addresses improving communication in Spanish. information.
How a Local Journalist is Trying to Better Understand and Serve Oakland's Latino Immigrant Community
By Joseph Lichterman