Supporting quality journalism requires close collaboration with the news industry. Our partnerships are deeply rooted in understanding the business needs of news partners and the challenges the industry faces.
Everyday, we work with thousands of news organizations to meet their business needs and industry challenges.
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Here are some of the industry organizations and nonprofits we partner with
Google is a Premier Partner with the LMC, which unites local media companies with technology companies to grow digital ad revenue and collaborate on all aspects of advancing the local media news ecosystem.
Google contributed to the development of the Initial Better Ads Standards, the first set of ads standards based entirely on direct feedback from tens of thousands of consumers, and is an ongoing member of the coalition.
Google is participating in and providing financial support for the Trust Project, which explores how journalism can signal its trustworthiness in an increasingly chaotic media landscape.
Google launched Journalism 360, a coalition of thought leaders, practitioners, and journalists dedicated to accelerating immersive storytelling in news.
Google is a member of The Association of Magazine Media, an advocate for the magazine media industry which drives thought leadership to promote the medium’s vitality, increase revenue, and grow market share.
Google is a member of the Interactive Advertising Bureau, which empowers media and marketing industries to thrive in the digital economy.
Google is the platform partner for the Digital Premium Jornais exchange, which aggregates premium inventory from dozens of Brazilian publishers into one bundle that can be targeted and purchased across the Google AdExchange.
Google supports Matter, an accelerator dedicated to helping entrepreneurs who are reinventing the future of media.
Google partners with Next Media Accelerator, a Hamburg-based media accelerator for startups that aim to transform the media industry with digital technology.
Google supports the European Journalism Centre's News Impact Series which provides summits, an academy and networking models to journalists across Europe.
The News Lab partners with Poynter to train journalists across the United States in emerging tools and technologies.
Google supports GEN to celebrate the best in data journalism - helping to bring journalists and technologists together to tackle common challenges in the news industry.
Google supports the Netzwerk Medien Trainer, a network of experienced journalists and media managers that pioneers new forms of journalism and provides trainings on Google tools for journalists in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
Google has supported the ONA Student Newsroom at the annual ONA conference since 2009, and supports the ONA Women's Leadership Academy, which is committed to elevating the leadership skills of women in digital media.
Google helped launch the Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting, an organization dedicated to increasing and retaining reporters and editors of color in the field of investigative reporting.
Google works with Pearl TV, a business organization of U.S. broadcast companies with a shared interest in exploring forward-looking broadcasting opportunities.
Google works closely with the Local Media Association, which helps local media companies discover new and sustainable business models.
Google works closely with the National Association of Broadcasters, the United States' premier trade organization for broadcasters.
Google frequently partners with and supports events of WAN-IFRA, which is committed to protecting the rights of journalists around the world while helping media businesses prosper in a digital world and perform their crucial role in open societies.