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SheBooks launches with contests and stable of writers

Shebooks launched Jan. 2 and now has 12 e-books and some top rankings in Amazon's hot releases.


Silicon Hills crowdfunds print magazine

SiliconHillsNews.com overshot its Kickstarter funding goal and will launch a print magazine at the SXSW Interactive conference in Austin.


BOXX makes its match with crowdfunding

Tasked with raising $2,000 to leverage a matching amount, Boxx Magazine has turned to GoFundMe and to Eventbrite to help make the match.

 


News Chops Report

News Chops

Nola Vie partners with public radio

Public broadcasters are finding new ways to engage in more local journalism, especially more investigative and enterprise journalism, than ever before. See how New Orleans does it.

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Carolina Public Press partners with all media in the state

CPP spearheads investigations, trains journalists from around the state, and shares content across the board with any news organization that wants it.

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Angie Newsome

Carolina Public Press

North Carolina native Angie Newsome earned a bachelor's degree from Warren Wilson College and a master's degree in journalism at UNC-Chapel Hill before becoming a reporting and writing fellow at The Poynter Institute and a business and investigative reporter at the Asheville Citizen-Times. Newsome has worked as a freelance reporter and editor for a variety of publications and organizations and, most recently, managed a project networking news and information websites with the region's largest daily newspaper. An award-winning reporter, Newsome is dedicated to making Carolina Public Press the go-to source for thoughtful, in-depth and investigative reporting and photojournalism about Western North Carolina.

After months of research, crafting a business plan and securing initial sponsors and grant funding, she launched Carolina Public Press carolinapublicpress.org in March 2011. It is the region's first online-only nonprofit news site and media project dedicated to in-depth, investigative and independent journalism for and about western North Carolina. CPP's reporting was already featured in print, on TV and on radio throughout the state, only months after its inception.

http://www.carolinapublicpress.org/

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