Announcing the Africa News Innovation Challenge winners

From Official Google Africa Blog Thu Nov 29 2012, 08:15:00

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Digital tools are an increasing impetus for innovation across African newsrooms. From crowdsourcing content to using infographics to tell stories, journalists are finding new ways to report the news. We're excited to be supporting these innovators through the $1 million Africa News Innovation Challenge, announced in May this year--the latest in a series of projects to spur innovation in African journalism.

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