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Internews Acquires Newsgain, Expands Global Efforts to Make News Organizations Financially Viable in the Face of COVID-19
Internews, the world’s largest media development and assistance nonprofit, has acquired Newsgain, a leading consultancy that provides business expertise to help news organizations become financially sustainable.
“We need more discussions like this so that more journalists will have a better understanding about renewable energy, and therefore, we will have more coverage about it in the mass media.” —FRISKA KALIA, KBR Radio, following an Editor’s Forum in Indonesia on Renewable Energy