NMWE is a unique initiative addressing opportunity and innovation, recruitment and retention for women in journalism by spotlighting their ingenuity and entrepreneurial abilities. Pilot projects will show what can be done. Research will tell us what more to do. And an awards program and summit will showcase women’s creative ideas. NMWE is supported by the McCormick Foundation.
Boxx Magazine is an online news site covering women artist's who are shaping the music industry. Stories are told by a pop/rock critic and Northwestern University Knight Lab member.
Feb. 12, 2013: Editor & Publisher provides a detailed look at Symbolia.
Dec. 13, 2012: Jan Schaffer reports on years of successful NMWE grantees in her blog.
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The Investigative Mommy Blogger’s mission is to revive and reshape investigative journalism.
An “edgy, approachable, and engaging” online health resource uniquely targeted to women, ages 18 to 27.
A project that created a complete infrastructure, to be franchised, for those who want to launch hyperlocal news sites.
Project that connects food-conscious consumers with larger public policy issues that affect food choices and sustainability
An art and civic journalism project will produce and collect stories tied to physical locations throughout Atlanta.
News for the 140,000 active-duty Navy and Coast Guard members, reservists, base employees and retirees in the Puget Sound area.
Daily news and commentary by and for Latina women, covering such topics as immigration, health care, politics, education and culture.