Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Got a great idea for the future of news?

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation will start accepting proposals on Oct. 25 for innovative projects that inform and engage the public. In its first four years, $23 million has been awarded to 56 media innovators chosen from more than 10,000 entries. The fifth year of the contest opens for entries Oct. 25 and closes Dec. 1. Individuals, schools, nonprofits, governments and businesses all may enter. Here's a link for details and how to apply.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Here's a great innovation for the news business. Telling both sides of the story. Treating Republicans the same way you treat Democrats. No more of the bias that results in AP sending 25 reporters to Alaska to research Sarah Palin's past and not sending a single reporter to Obama's church to hear the venom coming from his pulpit. Giving both sides of the story would bring back readers to newspapers.