Jim Friedlich serves as executive director of The Lenfest Institute for Journalism, an innovative nonprofit organization that supports local journalism in Philadelphia and nationwide. The Institute is also the owner of The Philadelphia Inquirer, now the largest newspaper in America owned by a nonprofit organization, and leverages it as a “live lab” for innovative journalism efforts nationwide.
Through generous support from Arch Street Press and the Institute for Leadership Education, Advancement and Development (I-LEAD), Innovate Podcast is pleased to spotlight innovators and innovations taking shape in the Greater Philadelphia region. Its cultural, business and nonprofit organizations continue to thrive within a model of innovation and philanthropy—key to growth, employment, living standards and vibrant events. The Philadelphia Channel features leaders and organizations across a wide range of collaborative and diverse fields, including education, philanthropy, technology, family life, healthcare, social entrepreneurship, advocacy, the arts and more. When they converge with common goals and a creative spirit, the results are collaborations of lasting financial and social impact.
Stay tuned for biweekly podcasts, articles, events and more!
Upcoming podcasts feature leaders within the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, the Pew Charitable Trusts, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, FringeArts and others within the region.
Access, stream and download The Philadelphia Channel series on the Public Radio Exchange (PRX) and iTunes.
For questions, comments or to inquire about participation on The Philadelphia Channel, please email Arch Street Press Managing Editor Robert Rimm.