From spending to debt, taxes to retirement, money matters affect everyone your reporting reaches. Helping your audience become more financially literate is one great way your reporting can help your community.
Six out of ten RTDNA members say they’ve reported a consumer story in the past year.
If you have alerted your audience to a scam, helped them save money or explained how a new policy affects their wallets, share your best stories with us and we may fund your next one!
The RTDNA/National Endowment for Financial Education Personal Finance Reporting Awards open today, April 30.
Submit your best radio, television or digital personal finance stories by Wednesday, August 1, to be considered for one of three $1,000 awards and a trip to the Excellence in Journalism conference September 27-29, 2018 in Baltimore. Learn more and enter here.
Winning work will also be featured on RTDNA.org.
Get an idea for your potentially prize-winning piece by checking out some of the top personal finance and consumer story ideas we’ve shared as part of our weekly Money Matters feature, made possible by the National Endowment for Financial Education.