By: Martha Cecilia Ovadia, Senior Program Associate, Equity and Communications

A free and vibrant press is one of the pillars of a functioning democracy — and can inform and impact policies at the national and local levels alike.

How can funders better understand the evolving nature of media in a fractious age? How is philanthropy supporting efforts that encourage accurate, informed public discourse? And how can funders ensure that important stories are heard by policymakers, journalists and members of the community?

Join us at 2 p.m. ET April 10 for Power for Policy: Media, Messaging and the News, the latest installment of TFN’s 20th Anniversary: Power Forward webinar series to hear from journalists and funders, including an opportunity for an interactive Q&A discussion.

Power for Policy: Media, Messaging and the News
April 10 at 2 p.m. ET

Register here.

Scott Greenberger, Executive Editor, Stateline, an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts

John Mitterholzer, Senior Program Officer, The George Gund Foundation

Susan Smith Richardson, Editorial Director, Solutions Journalism Network

Korenna Wilson, Media Officer, LOR Foundation

Karen Rundlet, Director, Journalism, Knight Foundation (moderator)

Please register for this funder-only webinar by April 5 to receive log-in details.