How the Broke in Philly Collaboration is Focusing Local Media’s Attention on Poverty and Economic Mobility

A comprehensive list of 45 affordable summer camps isn’t a typical item on Billy Penn’s website. (More standard: “Center City has fewer restaurants with sidewalk cafes but more outdoor seating overall” or “City Council pronunciation guide: How to say your elected officials’ names.”)

But then again, 19 news organizations actually working together to pool their reporting on economic inequality isn’t your everyday local news market, either.

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