The Institute for Nonprofit News (INN) is dedicated to helping our member non-profit news organizations produce and distribute stories with the highest impact possible, and to become sustainable nonprofit organizations.
Across America over the last year, reporters in nonprofit newsrooms broke thousands of stories while pursuing journalism in the public interest. Here are some of the best from the 120 member newsrooms of INN: Fact-based and community-focused. Transparent and non-partisan. Reporting for you. Reporting by InDepthNH.org in New Hampshire helped free a man who was locked up for seven years even though he wasn't convicted of a crime — with most of those years spent in the state prison's psychiatric unit.
Bruce Theriault, former Corporation for Public Broadcasting senior vice president for journalism and radio, is one of four new directors appointed to the board of the Institute for Nonprofit News, a nationwide network of investigative and public service news outlets.
Cross is a journalism business consultant who has helped launch and position new initiatives in digital media and worked with both commercial companies and nonprofits to generate new revenue and craft communication strategies.
The grant will help INN provide business training for leaders in member nonprofit organizations. INN is planning at least four regional sessions on best practices in nonprofit management, marketing, legal issues and more.
The additional members signal growth in the organization of more than 100 nonprofit news organizations that produce a diverse range of journalism from local, state and regional news to single-subject enterprise reporting.