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The Tribune enjoys several different types of corporate support: digital revenue (site, multimedia and email messaging); digital in-kind (products and services that offset operating expenses); events revenue (sponsorship of ongoing Tribune Events conversations and symposia and the annual Texas Tribune Festival); and events in-kind (products and services that offset Tribune events expenses.)

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When donors or corporate sponsors who have given $1,000 or more to the Tribune are named in our stories, we disclose them on those pages.

The Texas Tribune also earns income from Texas Tribune Festival ticket sales; outside rentals of Studio 919, our events space; and subscriptions to The Blast, our daily politics newsletter. That revenue is not reported here but can be found in aggregate on our Form 990.