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Articles tagged Voice of San Diego (34)

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Voice of San Diego is a nonprofit online news organization that focuses on in-depth and investigative reporting on civic issues. The site was founded in 2005 by venture capitalist Buzz Woolley and veteran San Diego journalist Neil Morgan, funded by $355,000 of Woolley’s own money as a way to fill what they saw a gap…

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Joseph Lichterman    March 31, 2014
With a new grant from Knight, the nonprofit organizations are working to improve their customer management systems and better integrate membership data into their websites.
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Ken Doctor    February 13, 2014
Can you raise more money for the news by harnessing the power of social sharing — and making the impact of journalism a little more clear?
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Justin Ellis    January 28, 2014
Working with the Investigative News Network, Knight will provide microgrants of up to $35,000 for projects that help nonprofits and public media with technology, business, or operations.
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Justin Ellis    November 1, 2013
A report from Knight Foundation finds that nonprofit news sites are growing revenues and audiences, but finding the path to long-term success will take more experimentation.
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Caroline O'Donovan    July 24, 2013
Nonprofit journalism legend Chuck Lewis on setting benchmarks for the impact of nonprofit news: “The idea of fixing a single standard that everyone’s going to adhere to — talk about herding cats. That’s not even fair to cats.”
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Scott Lewis    May 29, 2013
Voice of San Diego’s technology was built on a shoestring. Its CEO describes why he thought it was time to invest — and how they’re trying to learn from the places where news gets consumed online.
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Ken Doctor    April 25, 2013
Will some of America’s top newspapers find themselves bought by owners motivated by political ideology more than civic duty?
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Andrew Donohue    January 22, 2013
The former editor of Voice of San Diego, now a Knight Fellow at Stanford, wants to rethink how journalists think about and find stories in the community.
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Ken Doctor    February 8, 2012
In the Bay Area, in Los Angeles, in San Diego — the traditional boundaries of California journalism are shifting fast.
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The nonprofit news site — by now almost an online veteran — is showing it can support itself.
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Justin Ellis    July 26, 2011
Truthsquad’s twist is that, more than Politifact or Factcheck.org, it’ll try to balance the knowledge of the crowd with the reporting of professional journalists.
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Joshua Benton    July 18, 2011
Nonprofit news orgs aren’t all ProPublicas; many are driven by political interests and aren’t transparent about their funding, a Pew analysis finds.
Joshua Benton    June 15, 2011
Megan Garber    January 5, 2011
Ken Doctor    November 11, 2010