Saving Community News: New Study Released by the James B. McClatchy Foundation


A new report to be released July 27 by the James B. McClatchy Foundation announces the establishment of the Central Valley Journalism Collaborative, a new infrastructure model dedicated to keeping community journalism thriving in California's Central Valley, despite the collapse of the traditional media industry over the last 15 years, and the outright demise of independent, local news in many American communities. The CVJC is introduced in the new 19-page study, entitled, "Feasibility Report on Developing a Central Valley Journalism Collaborative," as a groundbreaking model to save independent fact-based news outlets.

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