In Sacramento, CA, hosting a community fair to connect with everyday folks and learned what they care about.Read more
United States and United Kingdom programs strengthening local media.
(Internews supports CGnet Swara through its Earth Journalism Network) by DEVANSH MEHTA
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.