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The Knight News Challenge winner is now looking for partners to collaborate with on storytelling.
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Several of the new projects first popped up through the last round of the Knight News Challenge. Justin Ellis
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“A channel guide for the entire Internet,” the site would guide users to breaking news happening around them.
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Tor builds privacy-protecting software, networks, and portable operating systems with journalists in mind.
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Lessons from previous grants and investments have changed Knight’s approach to funding innovation. Justin Ellis
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Knight News Challenge winner Watchup aggregates videos from YouTube for a new iPad app that lets users customize their own mini-newscasts. Adrienne LaFrance
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The Knight News Challenge winner uses Twitter and Facebook to help newsrooms track their own — and competitors’ — stories.
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The Knight News Challenge winners are building an open-source framework to simplify mobile data collection and processing.
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Six winners share more than $1.3 million in the first post-reboot round of the Knight Foundation’s news-innovation contest. Joshua Benton
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