by Niki Stojnic Seattle Magazine Dec 2017 — Print Edition Image credit: Hayley Young A local arts advocacy group sets up headquarters in Pioneer Square, ground zero for its message heard—and seen—around the world. The staff of Amplifier at its new headquarters, surrounded by artwork and the iconic posters of the “We the People” campaign. [...]
Two Seattle-based non-profits are joining forces in an effort to create a new media entity that the organizations say will spark an “exciting new chapter” for regional news in the Pacific Northwest. Crosscut, the digital news site started eight years ago by Seattle luminary David Brewster, and KCTS 9 Public Television, which started in 1954 on the University of Washington campus, are merging.