Our Impact

We design all of our programs to deliver maximum results. By investing heavily in monitoring and evaluating our initiatives, we show how good journalism can improve societies.

  • The International Center for Journalists is making public a new manual that has helped its flagship program, the Knight International Journalism Fellowships, achieve significant impact. Knight Fellows use the manual to create models and strategies for projects designed to increase the free flow of news in the public interest.

    July 13, 2011
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    Trainer Xavier Serbia sits down with Jorge Gestoso to discuss the significance of personal finance knowledge within the Hispanic and ethnic communities. Serbia expresses not only how imperative it is for these communities to become educated on the subject, but also expresses how the need for training journalists to report these stories is even more important. He states how beneficial and innovative personal finance courses (in English and Spanish) conducted by the International Center for Journalists, in conjunction with McGraw-Hill, have been to these communities.

    July 06, 2011
  • Many voters across Peru were able for the first time to see local coverage of the hotly-contested June 5, 2011, presidential runoff by watching reports online and on the air, thanks to a year-long project by Knight International Journalism Fellow Hena Cuevas.

    In five provincial areas of Peru, TV stations that belong to the Red TV network produced Election Day stories and uploaded them to YouTube.

    June 10, 2011