Publisher Profiles

The Walrus centres teen voices with new digital series

A Canadian magazine prioritizes teen voices for the youth perspective.

The Indie Publisher Experience: Gabe Schneider

The Objective’s co-founder and editor on launching a nonprofit newsroom.

Nuestro Estado: Rethinking service in journalism

Nuestro Estado CEO Fernando Soto shares some insights on how media outlets can serve their local communities.

This is what a youth-led editorial agenda looks like

The Kansas City Defender has become the most-trusted news outlet for local Black youth and organizers. Here’s how, and why, they do it.

The Green Line takes a community-based approach to solutions journalism

The Green Line tackles systemic issues faced by underrepresented Torontonians through four-part, month-long “action journeys.”

Street Roots balances journalism, homelessness advocacy work

Street Roots, a nonprofit newspaper from Portland, spoke to Indiegraf about taking new digital steps while staying true to the original mission.

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