Report for the World (RFTW) is a media development organisation which runs a programme with 32 partner newsrooms across 20 countries, in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe. It works to strengthen the business models and editorial processes of resource-thin news organisations.
Newsrooms everywhere are trying to manage the shared crises of financing journalism and winning the trust of audiences. In this week's podcast, RFTW global director, Preethi Nallu, joins us to talk about how its two-track programme aims to solve both problems in tandem.
Collaboration, she tells us, is the key to unlocking the doors for public service news outlets. Tune in to find out how its latest media innovation programme will foster greater connections between newsrooms that would not otherwise cross paths - and how you can get involved, too.
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