TEGNA Foundation Announces First Round of 2022 Media Grants
TYSONS, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 24, 2022--
“A key role of the
This year’s Round 1 Media Grant recipients include the following organizations and projects:
Asian American Journalists Association(AAJA): Support for student programs JCamp and Voices.
Investigative Reporters & Editors, Inc.(IRE): Support for two FOIAsessions within the public records track entitled “Biggest Hurdles to Accessing State and Local Public Records” and “No One Uses Email Anymore,” and the Media Lawyer Q&A session at the IRE 2022 Annual Conference.
National Association of Black Journalists(NABJ): Support for a professional development session and major support for the 2022 Black Male Media Project.
National Association of Hispanic Journalists(NAHJ): Support for students attending the NAHJ 2022 conference.
Native American Journalists Association(NAJA): Support for student programming at the NAJA 2022 conference.
The Association of LGBTQ Journalists: Support for the 2022 CONNECT: Student Journalism Training Project, a conference for LGBTQ student journalists at the NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists National Convention.
Online News Association(ONA): Support for 10 student and new professional scholarships to attend the ONA22 Annual Conference.
Poynter Institute For Media Studies, Inc.: Support for the 2022 Leadership Academy for Diversityin Media.
The TEGNA Foundation’s media funding mission is to support freedom of the press, ethics in journalism, and education and training for the next generation of diverse journalists. The Foundation particularly favors programs or projects that benefit the areas in which
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