October 10, 2023 | Insights
Across the country, local news organizations are dangerously decreasing. Why does this alarming fact matter in Wichita? Flip through our latest publication or preview a snippet below to find out.
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Informed citizens lead to a healthier Wichita. Since 2018, we’ve been laying the groundwork for an engaged community by investing $1,950,000 in local news and information solutions:
Experimenting to create access for all
A $140,000 investment explores audio methods to create Data-Driven Storytelling in Wichita. What we learned:
Transforming the news landscape
A $1,100,000 commitment launched The Wichita Beacon. What we’re learning:
“The Wichita Foundation has been a pioneer in demonstrating how community foundations can sustain public service journalism that connects readers to essential resources, informs them on local policy decisions that affect their lives, and bridges divides.”
– Sarabeth Berman, CEO of the American Journalism Project