Myles Smith, Internews Director of Programs, and David Frank, journalist and Internews Human Resources and Facilities Coordinator, discuss the Listening Post Collective, Information Ecosystem Report and collaboration with Access Humboldt.Read more
In the United States, we work on community-based media projects that expand two-way conversations between audiences and media producers. Internews supports the Listening Post Collective which provides journalists, newsroom leaders, and non-profits tools and advice to create meaningful conversations with their communities.
In Sacramento, CA, hosting a community fair to connect with everyday folks and learned what they care about.
It isn’t audiences that need to be more engaged, it’s newsrooms.
Once a year, more than 100 Internews staff from around the world gather in Washington, DC.
Celebrating a great cause
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 -
Humanitarian organization FilmAid International is poised to celebrate its 20th anniversary with a benefit event on Nov.
As the Kincade fire in Sonoma County, CA spreads, residents who speak Spanish and Maya have an urgent need for local, verified information in their own language. People need to know where the fire is moving, what the evacuation routes are, and where to find safe shelter, food and fuel.
NEW YORK CITY— Humanitarian organization FilmAid International is poised to celebrate its 20th anniversary with a benefit event honoring veteran film executive and Participant CEO David Linde with the 2019 Richard C.