Dyson Foundation Contributes to Longform Nonfiction Work
I have good news for all of the journalism purists out there. Funders continue to see the value of deep and transformative investigative work in an age of 140 characters.
For proof, we turn to Rensselaerville, New York, where the Carey Institute for Global Good announced that its Nonfiction Program received a $1 million long-term grant from the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation of Berkeley, California.
In recognition of this major milestone, the program has been renamed the Logan Nonfiction Program...