The Media Project is the only network of its kind, run by journalists for journalists worldwide.
We provide resources for and encourage an intellectually honest and critcal approach to subjects related to religion, ethics and values to enrich and deepen coverage of religion - regardless of the reporter's personal faith.
We also challenge Christian journalists working in non-religious media to develop a deeper and more integrated understanding of how they as people of faith can serve society through media.
The Media Project is a private, international, self-selected network of working journalists. Anyone wishing to join The Media Project must be earning at least half their incomefrom an accredited non-religious news organization or journalism-education organization.
While The Media Project has no religious requirement for our members, most of them are Christians.
The Media Project pursues its goals through networking and conferences, print, electronic and broadcast media and journalism-education efforts.
The Media Project is a California 501(c)3 non-profit and non-partisan educational and research organization.
It maintains an office at The King's College (New York City). The Media Project has two full-time staff members and a Board of Directors.