It’s the Philadelphia Public Interest Information Network no more (and we’re grateful, as it was always a handful to say, not to mention type). Meet AxisPhilly.
The William Penn Foundation-funded news outfit unveiled a new name last week at a party held at its newish N3rd Street office [find some photos here]. The team continues to publish content at its old site, but sign up here to get the latest on AxisPhilly.org.
The organization currently has a staff of five and is still hiring.
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