We look forward to hosting many of you at our Wednesday evening reception, Robert Rivard writes in a commentary.
The Rivard Report received a $100,000 grant after participating in a program for local news organizations hosted by Facebook and the Lenfest Institute for Journalism.
Large donations by rich philanthropists and foundations generally have benefited only a handful of new startups and nationally focused nonprofit media.
The fest consists of a full day of inspiring photography keynotes and workshops geared toward professional photographers, enthusiasts, and the creative class.
Dan Goodgame, the soon-to-be editor-in-chief of “the national magazine of Texas,” said he is honored to join Texas Monthly after nine years at Rackspace.
Research indicates that borrowing money through municipal bonds becomes more expensive for local governments after local newspapers close.
People who consume local news are more likely to vote, contact local officials, and participate in other forms of civic and democratic engagement.
We don’t tell you who to vote for, but we are a voice for civic participation, and we hope you find our work an indispensable source of credible nonpartisan journalism.
The lineup and schedule have been finalized for the three-day event, Nov. 8-10, produced by the Rivard Report in partnership with the Southwest School of Art.
The Rivard Report on Wednesday announced the lineup for San Antonio CityFest, a first-ever event to celebrate ideas that accelerate progressive change in the city.
Angie Mock, who joined the Rivard Report’s board of directors Sept. 20, has run the country’s fifth-largest Boys & Girls Club for close to a decade.