Tag Archives: Capital of Texas Media Foundation

Tuesday, March 24, 2020 by Chad Swiatecki

Continued restaurant closures could mean 21,000 lost jobs by summer

A prolonged shutdown of area restaurants into the late spring and summer months is projected to result in 21,000 lost jobs throughout Travis County, with $738 million in total lost wages. Those figures come from an analysis of restaurant industry…

Thursday, January 16, 2020 by Chad Swiatecki

Austin neighborhoods facing gentrification pressures, Dallas Fed finds

Recent analysis on incomes and migration patterns in Texas shows that Austin and three other Texas metro areas – Dallas, Houston and San Antonio – have seen significant patterns of gentrification in recent years. The recently released research by the…

Monday, November 25, 2019 by Austin Monitor

Austin Monitor Radio: Brian Kelsey, CoTMF

This week, a member of the Capital of Texas Media Foundation family joins us to talk about the latest branch of our nonprofit parent company. Brian Kelsey sits down to talk about his new research organization, how it’s related to…

Thursday, August 8, 2019 by Dan Zehr

Publisher’s Note: Kelsey joins Capital of Texas Media Foundation

When we sketched out plans for a new Austin-focused think tank, we envisioned an organization that could dive deep into the metro area’s many challenges and opportunities. But we also realized we would have to put our own community’s issues…

Friday, June 3, 2016 by Elizabeth Pagano

“Amplify” dispute intensifies in Austin

Two well-known businesses are fighting over the word “amplify” in Austin.Yesterday, I Live Here, I Give Here took the step of formally opposing a federal trademark application by Amplify Federal Credit Union that would prohibit ILHIGH from using the word…

Friday, October 4, 2013 by Austin Monitor

Non-profit foundation purchases In Fact Daily

The non-profit Capital of Texas Media Foundation, founded by In Fact Daily reporter Mike Kanin, this morning completed the purchase of the publication from Cox Communications, the parent company of the Austin American-Statesman. Terms of the sale were not disclosed.…

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