Last month, Charlottesville Tomorrow’s newsletter on Friday, September 18 achieved something that no previous newsletter ever had, it was opened by over 45% of our subscribers, our highest open rate on record.
Charlottesville Tomorrow’s Executive Director Giles Morris and Editor Elliott Robinson along with Maxicelia and Troy Robinson of In My Humble Opinion, shared their experiences bridging the gap between a nerdy newsroom’s public service journalism and hip hop audiences…
The Virginia Press Association announced the winners of the Best in Show and Sweepstakes categories during the 2019 News and Advertising Best of the Best Awards Ceremony held virtually on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020.
Charlottesville Tomorrow took home three awards. . .
Charlottesville—it’s time to show us exactly what makes Charlottesville such a special place to live. Enter the TING / Charlottesville Tomorrowfall photo contest! Thanks to our community partner TING, you can TAG, SHARE, or UPLOAD your “show us what makes Cville great” photo for your chance to win. One grand prize winner will receive a complete […]
Thanks to a grant from the Walton Family Foundation, Charlottesville Tomorrow will collaborate with six other members of the Institute for Nonprofit News examining how COVID-19 is changing the 2020-21 school year.
The University of North Carolina Center for Innovation and Sustainability in Local Media hosted a virtual wrap-up and graduation on August 25 and 26 for the third cohort of the UNC-Knight Foundation Table Stakes Newsroom Initiative. Charlottesville Tomorrow’s team, which included Executive Director, Giles Morris, News Editor, Elliott Robinson, and Development Director, Michaux Hood, spent […]
A born and raised Charlottesvillian, Mike Kropf has led a photography filled life. While working on his Bachelor degree in photography from Longwood University, Mike worked as the Photo Editor of the school newspaper, The Rotunda and founded The Photo Club.
This week, we welcome Ruth Serven Smith to our growing list of journalists who have shared their work with Charlottesville Tomorrow. While originally from Oklahoma and a proud Midwesterner, Ruth is currently based in Birmingham, Alabama. Her journalism work includes a three-year stint as a reporter and editor for the Daily Progress and work in […]
Charlottesville Tomorrow thanks the BAMA Works Fund of the Dave Matthews Band for awarding Charlottesville Tomorrow with grant funding for their Spring 2020 funding cycle, to directly support our efforts in subscriber and audience growth. In total, 124 applications were reviewed and the band made 86 awards, totaling over $530,000 in grants to the community. […]
Since nearly the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Marie Ungar has been a part of our newsroom, playing a crucial role in our reporting on what the disease means for live in the Charlottesville area. Today, we’re saying goodbye. Marie, a Harvard University student from Albemarle County, is weighing her options for the fall. “It […]