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How Meta's Facebook and Instagram news blackout in Canada is having an outsized effect on student publications and nonprofit community outlets in the country
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Estate Media, a real estate-focused outlet debuting with a website, newsletters, podcasts, and video, raised $1.65M from Morning Brew CEO Austin Rief and others
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Q&A with Northeastern University's Meredith Clark and The Pivot Fund founder Tracie Powell about studying funding to BIPOC news outlets, local news, and more
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