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Report for America aims to replenish news deserts hard hit by journalism's 'economic crisis'
by Brian Stelter, CNN Business
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18 January 2019
On 18 January 2019 CNN reported:
Report for America co-founder Steven Waldman [talked] about the diminished state of local news, with so-called 'news deserts' all across America, where communities are underserved or completely unserved by basic reporting.' But the exciting thing,' Waldman said, 'is that these are all newsrooms that are really trying to be innovative.'
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Waldman and co-founder Charles Sennott spoke about the expansion of Report for America on this week's 'Reliable Sources' [CNN] podcast.
...Sennott described Report for America as a 'call to service for a new generation of journalists' to help communities by 'doing reporting that otherwise isn't getting done.'
As the name suggests, the project mimics the Teach for American model to place emerging journalists in newsrooms that could really use the help. It is backed by numerous philanthropies, plus a couple of giant tech companies.
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