The Current believes in reaching as many people as we can with credible information to make daily decisions for navigating their worlds. Each day we share work we find from other nonprofit groups with the same goal in Georgia. Here are brief introductions to our journalism partners in news and information.

Georgia Public Broadcasting, WSVH, WXVS and WWIO: Georgia Public Broadcasting’s news department reaches all corners each day via radio and TV with staff reporters, including one based in Savannah. Its affiliates in Coastal Georgia are in Savannah (WSVH 91.1FM), Brunswick (WWIO 88.9FM), and Waycross (WXVS 90.1FM).

Georgia Recorder: The Georgia Recorder is an independent, nonprofit news organization focused on connecting public policies to the stories of the people and communities affected by them.

Capitol Beat News Service: Capitol Beat is a nonprofit news service operated by the Georgia Press Educational Foundation that provides thorough, unbiased coverage of state government through gavel-to-gavel coverage of Georgia General Assembly sessions and year-round coverage of the governor’s office, statewide elected officials, legislative committee hearings, state agencies and the Georgia Supreme Court.

WABE: As the NPR and PBS affiliate for the Metro Atlanta Area, WABE provides the metro Atlanta community with state and national content as well as award-winning journalism, radio shows, podcasts and television programs.

Georgia Health News via Kaiser Health News: Georgia Health News is an independent news organization devoted to covering health care in the stateGHN features original stories and feature stories written by longtime health journalist Andy Miller. Georgia Health News also posts health articles written by other media outlets and offers a resource guide for Georgia consumers to help them navigate an increasingly complex health care system.