The Poderopedia platform helps show the relationships among the elite in a country or region, especially in places where power is concentrated in the hands of a few people. After winning the Knight News Challenge in 2011, we launched Poderopedia in Chile last fall, with the goal of mapping who's who in business and politics in our country. Show More Summary
It’s going to be a must-win situation for Bangalore now, says RCB spinner Murali Kartik – Cricket News Update Despite losing last night’s match to the defending champions Kolkata Knight Riders here n Ranchi on Sunday, Royal Challengers Bangalore still find themselves among the top 4. Show More Summary
1. New Pew study: Civic Engagement in the Digital Age (Pew Internet) 2. ChartGirl boxes the news (Reuters) 3. Knight Community Information Challenge applications open May 1 (Knight Digital Media Center) 4. Netflix CEO predicts the future of streaming video (AllThingsD) 5. Show More Summary
Fandom News Round-up: (Source) Supernatural’s Dean and Castiel (Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins) have clawed their way to victory in Zimbo’s 2013 TV Couples March Madness Challenge. The competition began with 64 pairings – includingShow More Summary
KKR restricted by RCB bowlers – Cricket News Roundup – April 11, 2013 A strong death over bowling display from Royal Challengers Bangalore restricted defending Indian Premier League Champions Kolkata Knight Riders to 154 for 8 in 12th...Show More Summary
Has anyone used the open, visible portals of philanthropic foundation applications (Knight News Challenge, MacArthur DML, Hewlett OER, others) as a source of data about a certain issue? For example, if you were trying to understand the...Show More Summary
As you may have a seen a time or two, the team at GOOD HQ is quite inspired by the Open Government movement. So when our friends at the Knight Foundation asked, in their latest iteration of the phenomenal News Challenge, “how might we improve the way citizens and government interact,” our team took to our whiteboards and crafted a pair of responses. Show More Summary
We have an entry in the Knight Foundation's Knight News Challenge, which asks "How might we improve the way citizens and governments interact?". Ours is OpenScheduleTracker. Please go there to read the details and "applaud". OpenScheduleTracker archives public...
The Knight Foundation is asking anyone to submit ideas focused on improving how citizens and government interact, and the Miami-based organization is committing $5 million to the winners of the Knight News Challenge on Open Gov and another...Show More Summary
The key lesson from the first year of our Knight News Challenge grant? The future of data journalism and digital public records at rural newspapers depends on building a product that balances the needs of three key audiences: the consumers,...Show More Summary
Design studio TKOH will use its Knight News Challenge award to complete a prototype and run pilot testing.
The Knight News Challenge winner creates mobile surveys to help communities increase input from residents on important issues.
The InformaCam app, which uses metadata to help authenticate videos and photos, is being developed with funding from the Knight News Challenge.
Every year, the Knight News Challenge rewards innovation in media with funding from the Knight Foundation. This year’s winners in the mobile division earned a collective $2.4 million to make information more accessible in communities...Show More Summary
The Knight News Challenge winner will experiment with using cheap tools and existing networks to produce radio programming through mobile devices.
The Knight Foundation names the winners of the Knight News Challenge: Mobile.
Eight projects received a total of $2.4 million from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation as winners of the 2012 Knight News Challenge's third and final round. The previous rounds focused on networks and data. This time, the theme was mobile. The Wikimedia Foundation won the biggest prize: $600,000 to make Wikipedia...
Tomorrow, eight lucky enterprises from around the country will share information live via the Web about mobile projects that claimed a total of $2.4 million in grant money from the Knight Foundation. The group includes RootIO, an LAShow More Summary
The Knight Foundation today announced the winners of its News Challenge round that focuses on mobile. This round of the contest, which seeks to support innovation in media, included projects ranging from using mobile to disseminate news in developing countries to helping newsrooms manage mobile content. Show More Summary
Money from the Knight News Challenge will be used to grow Wikipedia Zero, a project that makes the site more accessible on feature phones.