📢 Colorado Newsrooms Join The Engaged Elections Fellowship Program
We’re thrilled to announce the group of Colorado newsrooms accepted into the Engaged Elections Fellowship program. This three-month program, aimed at fostering civic engagement, brings together 13 media outlets in Colorado committed to informing and empowering their communities during crucial election periods.
The following Colorado newsrooms have been selected:
- KOTO Radio
- The Durango Herald
- Pueblo Star Journal
- The Sopris Sun
- Sentinel Colorado
- The Colorado Sun
- Glenwood Springs Post Independent
- Colorado Newsline
- Ark Valley Voice
- Aspen Public Radio
- Greeley Tribune
These newsrooms have demonstrated dedication to providing accurate, insightful, and impactful coverage of electoral processes and helping citizens make informed decisions about their communities’ future. Through the Engaged Elections Fellowship program, they will have the opportunity to collaborate, learn from industry experts, and share best practices for engaged journalism, ultimately raising the bar for election reporting and civic participation.
Together, they’ll make a difference in the way Coloradoans are empowered in their communities. 🗳️📰👏
Training will be guided by the engagement experts at Hearken and presented in partnership with COLab. Newsroom participation is made possible with support from Gates Family Foundation and travel support to attend the Colorado Press Association Convention is made possible by the Colorado Media Project.