Giving a Voice.
High School Football
Several States have opted to postpone and/or cancel their high school football seasons. This has been a significant disappointment to students, coaches, and families all over the country.
Riots & Unrest
Recent unrest and violence in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Portland, Oregon and other cities has brought civil unrest and support of the police to the forefront of issues in the upcoming national election.
Interview Desk helps citizens get news important to them published in over 1000 community news sites across America.
Community newspapers helped build America by giving citizens a voice, celebrating local heroes, and holding government accountable. Together, we can:
Rebuild community-based news as the backbone of representative democracy.
Make facts and data the center of every story.
Give citizens a voice on equal footing with government, corporations, and other powerful interests.
The Interview Desk Program gives you a voice.
Here’s how it works:
1. You are the source.
Know of a issue that needs attention?
Did you attend a local meeting, do you have data on government spending, have an opinon on something happening in your community, or other issues?
3. Get interviewed.
Your story will be assigned to a journalist and a report will be published on your community’s online news site.
We will inform you when the story is published and provide you with a link that you can share with others.
Who writes the stories?
Hundreds of free-lance reporters around the country who adhere to strict journalistic standards—no political bias, and a commitment to facts over opinion.