BenitoLink's annual fundraiser has reached just under $20K in community donations. Pledges will be matched up to Dec. 31.
Gatherings highlight investigative reporting and nonprofit news organizations.
Online-only news sources speak on serving the public.
BenitoLink has a unique editorial style designed to serve the public.
BenitoLink keeps the community informed and provides residents with a "town square" where a variety of perspectives can be shared.
Two attend investigative reporting workshop at San Jose State.
We have been able to grow our team thanks to your continued support. BenitoLink is your own community-based news, here to serve your interests and informational needs.
The Aromas Progressive Action League will be hosting a panel discussion on local journalism at 4 p.m. on Jan. 28
Community support for local news and investigative reporting has reached an all time high during this fall's Pledge of Champions Campaign. That means an exciting year ahead for local in-depth journalism.
Thanks to you, BenitoLink reached its full match goal of $38,000! Donations of all sizes have come in, making it the most successful Pledge of Champions campaign yet.
The media are your friends: stop calling them names
Local news is changing and growing from the ground up
BenitoLink reports from Miami on what Knight Foundation Journalism fund recipients are talking about at the 10th Annual Knight Foundation Media Learning Seminar
Partnership with Baler News organization to highlight stories of San Benito High School students
Journalism classes return after a yearlong hiatus