Knight-Mozilla OpenNews wants to bring journalists and hackers together

Knight-Mozilla OpenNews wants to bring journalists and hackers together

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Have you heard of OpenNews? This is the new name of the Knight-Mozilla News Technology Partnership, its head Dan Sinker announced today in a blog post. As you may remember, Mozilla and the Knight Foundation have been partnering since 2011, with the ambition to invent the future of journalism by...
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