Google Donates $5M to Develop Digital Journalism

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Print media has changed a lot in the digital age, and Google has contributed to that evolution with innovations like Google News. To help foster new ideas in digital journalism, Google announced Tuesday that it will donate $5 million worth of grants to non-profits that are focused on new media development.

“While we’re mostly focused on working with news organizations to develop better products for our users, we also believe it’s crucial to encourage innovation at the grassroots level,” Nikesh Arora, Google’s president of global sales and business development, wrote in a blog post. “Our aim is to benefit news publishers of all sizes.”

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