American Journalism Project invests $3.15 million in three local, nonprofit news organizations


The American Journalism Project today announced $3.15 million in new support for three nonprofit news organizations: Verite, a sister newsroom of Mississippi Today ​​launching this fall in New Orleans, ICT (formerly Indian Country Today) and New York City-based THE CITY.

Since 2019, the American Journalism Project has committed nearly $37 million to 34 local nonprofit news organizations.  ...

Today’s announcement marks the first news of the Verite newsroom. Both Verite and Mississippi Today will be part of a forthcoming network of mission-driven, local news organizations that serve states in the Southern U.S. The news organization will use funding from the American Journalism Project to undergo a comprehensive planning and recruitment effort.

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