We’re reaching huge audiences with important untold stories via top tier media in the U.S. and around the world. Next generation global correspondents report these stories with support from Round Earth’s veteran journalists.
Places that are neglected or need better reporting. One example is Mexico where we are partnering young American and Mexican journalists to produce powerful untold stories via NPR in the U.S. and top newspapers in Mexico. Support reporting from a country that matters to you.
Important issues that get lost in the daily news cycle: from the environment to women, immigration to music, and business to health. Support reporting on an issue that matters to you.
Reporting projects in Latin America and Africa and soon in Asia and Europe. In addition, our pioneering program in collaboration with SIT Study Abroad, gets underway every semester -- budding foreign correspondents guided and mentored by Round Earth vets.
Help train the next generation of global journalists while supporting important stories from a country or about an issue that matters to you. Democracy depends on independent global journalism.
The United States and Mexico share deep personal, economic, geographic and cultural connections, but understanding – on both sides of the border – is often limited by stereotype and media exaggeration. Round Earth Media is out to change that. We launched in 2005, with a bounty of stories from Mexico, supported by a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Now, in a groundbreaking new collaboration we call Mexico Uncovered, Round Earth Media is pairing young American and Mexican journalists, to produce powerful, untold stories from Mexico, stories rich in place and humanity. These stories, broadcast and published in top-tier media, are reaching huge audiences in both countries. This project is supported by a grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Click on this link for Mexico Uncovered, Untold Stories from the Mexico You Don't Know.
Reporting Morocco is produced by American college and university students in partnership with Round Earth Media and SIT Study Abroad. This website strives to be a reliable resource for news and information from this kingdom in North Africa. The American students who produce Reporting Morocco -- reporters, photojournalists and filmmakers -- are on the ground in Morocco as part of an innovative new journalism program. Via Round Earth's groundbreaking partnership model, this program pairs American students with Moroccan journalism students who speak English. Mentored by Round Earth's veteran editors, they produce a major feature story from Morocco. When these stories are exceptional, Round Earth's editors help place student journalism -- important untold stories from Morocco -- in top-tier media outlets in the U.S. The Moroccan journalism students publish their stories in an English language magazine produced by the journalism school in Rabat. Click on this link for powerful, student-run journalism, Reporting Morocco.
Round Earth Media is a worldwide partnership. For more on our partners -- media outlets, funders and academic institutions -- click on this link.
November 21st, 2014
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