The Detroit Journalism Cooperative is a partnership of five media outlets reporting on the city’s future after bankruptcy with stories that have never been told before—on-air, online and in the community.
The Cooperative includes The Center for Michigan’s Bridge Magazine, Detroit Public Television (DPTV), Michigan Radio, WDET and New Michigan Media, a partnership of ethnic and minority newspapers.
Funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, The Ford Foundation, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the DJC partners are reporting about and creating community engagement opportunities relevant to the city’s bankruptcy, recovery and restructuring.
Click below to read archived content from the member partners.
For all questions, comments and suggestions for the DJC, please contact Scott McCartney (smccartney