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What letter? Newsletter!

ODORHEIU SECUIESC - We publish hyperlocal content for the readers on Odorheiu Secuiesc, Romania. By the project we would like to broaden our geographical coverage focusing on the larger area of Odorheiu Secuiesc and build a new direct distribution channel, a newsletter.


Got News for Us

  • Journalism & Media

FARO - This project aims to create a direct communication channel between the audience and our newsroom, making it possible for our readers to submit information that can be changed by our journalists into news. The main purpose is to serve a population that lives in regions of Algarve underserved by media outlets.

Local News to Every Village!

  • Journalism & Media

LENART - The goal of the project is to engage and educate the local community by enhancing the website with podcasts, introducing a 'My news' web interface for local news contributions, hosting discussion evenings on local information and media literacy, and publishing a book on media image in Slovenske gorice.

Participatory Journalism For The Pheripheries And Community Building

  • Journalism & Media

BROUMOV - The Participatory Journalism for the Periphery project will involve members of the public interested in journalism in the creation of content for the Our Broumov Region (in CZ Naše Broumovsko, abbreviated as NB) news website, the only purely regional media outlet that provides information on daily basis.

Eliminating News Desert in Płock County by Creating an Innovative Local News

  • Journalism & Media

PLOCK - The project will be implemented in the płock county in Poland. It is a low-urbanized area near the city of Płock, inhabited by more than 90,000 people with no access to quality local news. The main goal of the project is to eliminate the news desert by launching of information sub-portal in this area, including innovative journalistic formats on issues important to the inhabitants of the news desert.

Enhancing democratic dialogue in Mostecko

  • Journalism & Media

MOSTECKO - Alarm online daily's newly established regional editorial office will focus on one of the most vulnerable micro-regions in the Czech Republic - the so-called Mostecko region. This first local editorial office of Alarm is a pilot project of a long-term plan to enter the regions and significantly strengthen regional journalism by creating smaller teams working directly in the field. 

We Invest in Democracy

  • Journalism & Media

LUBLIN – „We invest in democracy” is a project of independent Polish newspaper “Tygodnik Siedlecki”. We are trying to resist the rising crisis in printed press industry. Our readers are spread across 7 administrative districts of eastern Poland, including six in the Mazovia Province and one in the Lublin Province. 

Strengthening the Communities of News Deserts in Slovakia Through Local Investigative Journalism

  • Journalism & Media

BRATISLAVA - ICJK project intends to train 4 journalists working in news deserts and in regions without proper media attention in Central and Eastern Slovakia in investigative techniques. ICJK will also create an informal regional investigative journalism network in Slovakia that will cooperate on investigative projects in Slovak regions in the future.

Accessible and unbiased news for the marginalized local communities an d news deserts in Ruse region

  • Journalism & Media

RUSE - The project is tasked to strengthen the news flow in local communities, currently deprived of up-to-date and reliable information. We will contribute to their growth and the strengthening of the democratic process by including and involving them in the media content.

7Montes - Value Local Identity and Community Networks in Trás-os-Montes

  • Journalism & Media

BRAGANÇA / VILA REAL - This project will deliver deep investigation, scrutiny and storytelling journalism in  the remote and increasingly deserted region of Trás-os-Montes. As the region and its 310.000 inhabitants are often stereotyped as old and isolated, this quality approach will value unique identity and traditions preserved by the physical remoteness.