What is the future of a free press in U.S. cities like San Antonio?
People from all walks of life in San Antonio have seen their commentaries and stories published on our home page under their own byline and photo.
Sinclair Broadcast Group, with 193 local television stations nationwide, has long required local affiliates to air company-produced opinion pieces.
For KRTU, supporting and fostering the cultural fabric of San Antonio is investing in the success and growth of our beloved hometown.
Now more than ever it holds true that content drives revenue, and well executed, expertly produced content is both valuable and measurable.
Although “it’s a difficult time to be a Latino in this country,” Jorge Ramos said, he has hope that the millennial and younger generations can act as change agents.
As nearly anyone with an email address knows, Thursday is the fifth annual The Big Give SA, during which nonprofits across the San Antonio landscape spend 24 intense hours enlisting support.
We are asking you, readers, to take the next step now and make a year-end, tax-deductible contribution to help us close the deal on a $100,000 challenge grant from the Newman Family Foundation.
We hope you will follow our board of directors’ lead and support the Rivard Report’s continuing growth and our community journalism.
The Rivard Report will host “Conversations with the Council” a series meant to spur dialogue in all corners of the city.
The Rivard Report welcomed Beth Frerking to the position of editor-in-chief on Monday as co-founder Robert Rivard transitioned to the role of publisher.