- Center for Community Media
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Maps & Directories
Find below links to existing maps and directories from regions of the U.S. and nationwide that showcase community media outlets.
Black Media National Map and Directory
In December 2020, CCM released a directory and interactive map of hundreds of U.S. media outlets primarily serving Black communities across the diaspora. They include newspapers, digital startups that cover niche topics, radio stations, nonprofit newsrooms and more.
Border Network Map and Directory
CCM launched an interactive map and directory in September 2020 of more than 50 media outlets along the U.S.-Mexico border. The outlets range from local newspapers and decades-old community radio stations to innovative digital news services and new multimedia platforms.
Latino Media National Map and Directory
In June 2019 “The State of Latino News Media” was published. This pioneering research includes a map and analysis of the news media outlets serving the Latino population in the United States including Puerto Rico. The report includes a directory and first-of-a-kind, interactive map of more than 600 Latino news media outlets. The map remains a critical asset for the public by providing free access to data on Latino news outlets across the country.
New York City Community Media Map and Directory
The interactive map and directory feature in-depth information about the more than 270 community publications in the New York metropolitan region.
Immigrant Media Directory (partial)
In June 2020, CCM released “Digital First Responders: How Innovative News Outlets are Meeting the Needs of Immigrant Communities,” a yearlong study of media organizations that use technological platforms to inform their communities and diversify their means of sustainability. The 50 outlets in the database – 17 of which are profiled in-depth – serve audiences from indigenous farmworkers to Punjabi truck drivers.