THE LOCAL JOURNALISM PROJECT

How journalism is innovating to find sustainable ways to serve local communities around the world and fight against misinformation

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New report: Local Media Survival Guide 2022

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Local Media Survival Guide 2022: Case Studies

Case Studies 2022

Previous report: Reviving Local News, Globally

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IPI is mapping and sharing globally how quality local media outlets are creating sustainable models of trusted journalism and countering misinformation in their communities.

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Part 3: In Manaus, a new digital voice tells the real stories of Amazonians

Venezuela’s Trunk Road 10 becomes BR-174 when it crosses the border with Brazil, in the …

Part 2: Venezuela’s local media collaborates to tell big stories

It’s a photo that tells clashing stories: on its surface, the idyll of a water-side chil…

Part 1: How journalists tell the story of South America’s giant river basins

The vast interconnected rain-forest basins fed by the giant river systems of the Amazon an…

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Part 3: In Manaus, a new digital voice tells the real stories of Amazonians

Venezuela’s Trunk Road 10 becomes BR-174 when it crosses the border with Brazil, in the …

Part 2: Venezuela’s local media collaborates to tell big stories

It’s a photo that tells clashing stories: on its surface, the idyll of a water-side chil…

Part 1: How journalists tell the story of South America’s giant river basins

The vast interconnected rain-forest basins fed by the giant river systems of the Amazon an…

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