Grant-writing tools for nonprofits, with links to grantmakers and more resources. Comprehensive breakdown of proposals to support your ask, plus samples for comparison and inspiration.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on November 21, 2012
Topics: Resources, Revenue Tags: Fundraising, Grants, Nonprofit, Resources, Sustainability
Challenging community publishers to think about an exit strategy at CJET reveals it’s not just about selling out. From survive to sustain to partner, sell or build a legacy.
Posted by Emily Harris on November 9, 2012
Topics: Blog, Education, Revenue Tags: Annenberg School for Journalism & Communications, Business Models, Community News, Featured, Investigative News Network, Journalism Business, Nonprofit, Sustainability, Training
Combining practical perspective on journalism in the public interest with sustainable income. “Intended to provide explicit strategic and tactical advice for growing earned revenue streams.”
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on April 6, 2012
Topics: Craft, Distribution, Resources, Revenue Tags: Audience Engagement, Business Models, Investigative News Network, Market Intelligence, Nonprofit, Public Interest, Report, Revenue, Sustainability
What paths to financial sustainability in local news publishing will emerge in 2012? Join in Feb. 28th and 29th to trade experience and compare your revenue mix with a wide range of publishers.
Posted by Emily Harris on February 14, 2012
Topics: Blog, Distribution, Revenue, Technology Tags: Advertising, Business Models, Finance, Revenue, Sustainability
This is a quick post for the community, reporting out real time on what’s been developing in the forum over the past couple of days. We convened the conversation in slices: Day one the forum explored collaboration, yesterday we dove into collaboration, today the final segment of this conversation addresses money. The content stream contributors are generously offering insights, curiosity, tools, experience, suggestions, hopes, and frustrations around the question in play. And behind the scenes, crucially, we’re tracking how this is all unfolding.
Posted by Lisa Skube on December 9, 2011
Topics: Blog, Community, Experiments, Technology Tags: 2012 Election, Civic Engagement, Collaboration, Editorial, Elections, Feedback, Forum, Improvements, Revenue, RSS, Sustainability
Beneficiaries are not customers: A sharp and specific guide to nonprofit business models offering insight to more effectively run or build one.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on November 23, 2011
Topics: Community, Education, Resources, Revenue, Technology Tags: Business Models, Finance, Foundations, Fundraising, Nonprofit, Sustainability
A network of leading independent journalists across the US, The Media Consortium provides rich research, analysis and recommendations for a sustainable future for independent media.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on October 6, 2011
Topics: Community, Craft, Resources Tags: Audience Development, Business Models, Co-op, Collaboration, Infrastructure, Media Consortium, Sustainability
Knight’s beta site is rich with research, reflection and reports from the field of news on innovation and experiments underway.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on September 16, 2011
Topics: Education, Experiments, Resources, Revenue Tags: Community Engagement, Education, Evaluation, Experimentation, Grants, Knight Foundation, Nonprofit, Philanthropy, Publishing, Research, Sustainability
Columbia Journalism Review offers a useful assessment on “what we know [so far] about the business of digital journalism.”
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on August 18, 2011
Topics: Craft, Distribution, Resources, Revenue Tags: Digital Journalism, Digital Platforms, Engagement Models, Finance, Local, New Media, News Entrepreneurs, Revenue, Sustainability
Pew’s report offers an early analysis of journalism’s green shoots sprouting up across the nation as nonprofit news.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on August 10, 2011
Topics: Craft, Distribution, Resources, Revenue Tags: Capacity, Community News, Fundraising, Nonprofit, Online Publishers, Sustainability