Poynter: The Fact-Checking Development Grant has awarded 22 projects in 12 countries. Meet the grant winners

Poynter: The Fact-Checking Development Grant has awarded 22 projects in 12 countries. Meet the grant winners. “The Fact-Checking Development Fund will support 22 projects from 12 countries. The winners, who are splitting $1 million from received from YouTube (via the Google News Initiative), will develop new tools to improve fact-checking workflows, new formats to reach new audiences and, especially, use video to disseminate accurate information. Twelve of the 22 awarded projects will focus on videos, five will test formats and five will develop new ways to speed up the fact-checking process.”

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