As we work to inspire better cities, we do more than produce informative journalism daily. We make news too. On this page, you can find all of Next City’s press releases, as well as links to where our reporting has been cited and our staffers quoted.
The Houston Chronicle covered the historic preservation panel at Vanguard 2016.
Houston Public Media covered the Drawing in Communities panel from Vangaurd 2016.
After attending the 2016 Houston conference, Celine Cooper of the Montreal Gazette highlights what Montreal can expext from Vangaurd 2017.
The Society of Professional Journalists Detroit Chapter awarded Anna Clark first place in the Investigative Reporting category for her 2016 Next City feature article, “The Threat to Detroit’s Rebound Isn’t Crime or the Economy, It’s the Mortgage Industry.” ”Smart, nuanced and deep, Anna Clare's reporting exposes a new form of redlining in Detroit's neighborhoods, with banks denying mortgages to worthy homebuyers, acting as an impediment to Detroit's emerging comeback,” the judges said.
Next City Editor-in-Chief Ariella Cohen was a guest on WDET's Detroit Today to talk about charter schools in New Orleans and Detroit.
Next City President, CEO and Publisher Tom Dallessio was a guest on SiriusXM's Dollars and Change to talk about resilient cities on March 31, 2016.
Ariella Cohen, editor-in-chief of Next City, was interviewed on Marketplace Morning Report about “New York Wants to Close the Gap Between Public Housing Residents and Wall Street Bankers.”
Ariella Cohen, editor-in-chief of Next City, was interviewed on NPR member station KJZZ about how states are incorporating the “sharing economy” into their overall economy.
Christopher Moraff was interviewed on WHYY’s Radio Times about his feature article, “The Statistically Predictable and Wholly Tragic Story of Aquil Bickerstaff.”
Anna Clark was interviewed on Michigan Radio’s Stateside with Cynthia Canty about her article for Next City, “The Threat to Detroit’s Rebound Isn’t Crime or the Economy, It’s the Mortgage Industry.”