At this week's Tribune Fest, we introduce our first Snapchat team. It will cover everything from the opening keynote to the closing party in a way, and on a platform, that engages young people.
God. Governing. At the Texas Capitol, the two seem intrinsically linked. It’s why we’ve spent months interviewing dozens of elected officials and scouring hours of legislative footage to produce a first-of-its-kind documentary project, “God & Governing.”
We're thrilled to report that we've won three national honors in this year's Edward R. Murrow Awards competition — an all-time high for us.
On day one of our spring membership drive, we're hoping to sign up 100 new members by 7 p.m. Fingers crossed that you'll not only help us reach that lofty number but exceed it.
We've launched a crowdfunding campaign to turn our in-person events into podcasts, and to launch a TribCast spinoff on the 2016 presidential race from a home state perspective.
We're partnering with Reveal — the Center for Investigative Reporting's innovative public radio program and podcast — to hire a long-form radio reporter. And it's someone Trib readers know well.
Today we launch Undrinkable — a crucial reporting project that exposes the malfeasance, red tape, environmental woes and cultural barriers that stand in the way of getting clean, safe water to Texans in need.