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The new Oakland journalism platform will be headed by Tasneem Raja, a trailblazer in nonprofit and community-led journalism. The effort has secured initial funding of $3.1 million.
Berkeleyside won the community journalism honor for the third time. Natalie Orenstein was recognized for her series on Berkeley’s landmark school integration program.
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Artificial intelligence and morality, political messaging for progressive victories, and disaster-resilient networks are the focus of the first Uncharted Evening Idea Fest.
Local Independent Online News is a peer-run nonprofit whose mission is to foster the viability and excellence of locally focused independent online news organizations.
More than 400 people gathered in West Berkeley Saturday to mark 10 years of the local news site and to celebrate its community of supporters.
The trio are being honored by the Berkeley Community Fund for their “vision and steadfastness” in creating a news site that Berkeley citizens rely on.
For the first — and possibly only — time ever Berkeleyside is going into print. We’re also throwing a party!
It’s the season for celebrations and Berkeleyside has the perfect guide for you to honor your mom, dad or grad.
Our new curated video section showcases all the great stories our staffers and contributors are producing on video, and makes it easier for our readers to locate them.
The judges selected Natalie Orenstein’s three-part series Beyond The Buses which explored the legacy of Berkeley’s unprecedented voluntary school integration.