The World Wide Web Foundation is one project in Knight’s Media Innovation Initiative. Over three years, Knight has helped communities meet their information needs by investing more than $100 million in this multi-faceted initiative. The seven projects address media innovation on various levels, including national media policy, journalism education and the evolution of the World Wide Web. Projects such as the Knight News Challenge, and others, have to date spawned more than 100 media experiments.

Our strategy is experimental. Right now, nobody knows all the answers. But the more experiments we seed, the more approaches we explore, the more likely we are to find innovations that will serve communities and strengthen journalism in the digital age.

Find out more about our media innovation projects:

World Wide Web Foundation

Seeks to advance the Web to empower people.

Knight Center of Digital Excellence

Helps communities across the United States ensure digital access for every citizen.

Knight News Challenge

Funds innovative ideas for using digital media to deliver news and information to geographically defined communities.

Knight Community Information Challenge

Offers matching grants to foundations across America to support creative ways to keep communities informed and engaged.

Knight Commission on Information Needs of Communities in a Democracy

In partnership with The Aspen Institute, will propose public policy to better meet information needs.

Carnegie-Knight Initiative

Strives to transform journalism education in the United States.

Knight Pulse

Builds an online community to discuss the future of news and information.