Preparing for the post-broadcast future
Public broadcasters are preparing for the post-broadcast future by trying to innovate. Consider these Knight-funded projects:
in Boston will engage millennials by repurposing its award-winning “Frontline” series to a short-form web version.
Public Media Company
, a marketplace where public broadcasters can license content aimed at younger audiences.
In 2013, NPR secured funding to enhance its
on-demand digital listening platform
for public programming.
The Detroit public radio station
Detroit Public Television
New Michigan Media
are joining the
Detroit Journalism Cooperative
to share stories aimed at helping find solutions to the city’s financial crisis.
public radio will launch BizLab, a team that will experiment and report new revenue strategies to increase future sustainability.
Knight is funding digital design training for journalists at Miami’s