Content partnerships are essential to a modern media organization. These relationships give us access to quality content that is informative for our audience, and they give our partners, who are generally online or audio-only, print distribution into some of Atlanta’s most coveted neighborhoods.

To learn more about becoming a partner, please email us.

Atlanta Civic Circle, the nonprofit news organization focused on democracy and housing affordability, provides a monthly article in Atlanta Intown.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta’s main daily newspaper, runs content online and in print from all Springs’ publications, including Atlanta Intown, Reporter Newspapers, and Atlanta Senior Life.

Capitol Beat is a nonprofit news service operated by the Georgia Press Educational Foundation that provides coverage of state government to newspapers throughout Georgia. The mission of Capitol Beat is to provide thorough, unbiased coverage of state government news consumers can trust to the more than 125 daily and weekly newspapers that are members of the Georgia Press Association.

Hypepotamus, the go-to source for start-up and technology news, provides a monthly article in the Reporter Newspapers and Atlanta Intown.

SaportaReport, the top spot where Atlantan’s get their nonpartisan civic news, contributes a monthly column in the Reporter Newspapers, featuring one of the city’s most respected journalists, Maria Saporta. 

WABE, metro Atlanta’s NPR station, provides content across all Springs’ platforms and partners with Atlanta Intown and Reporter Newspapers on the event calendar, How Do You Atlanta?

Online Content Partnerships

Our website publishes content from ProPublica, Kaiser Health News, and Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB News) through their content-sharing services.