Lens readers are civically active, politically astute residents and supporters of New Orleans. They have a passion for being informed and actively engaged with where they live, and are deeply involved members of the community. Together we are making a difference.
We are online, on the radio and in print.
- WWNO-FM 89.9 and WRBH-FM 88.3
- The New Orleans Advocate and The Louisiana Weekly
We win awards for our reporting.
- Society of Professional Journalists, 2012 National Ethics in Journalism Award
- Edward R. Murrow, 2102 National Winner for Online News Operation, Local Market, Audio Investigative Reporting
- Outstanding Citizen Diplomat 2012 from the New Orleans Citizen Diplomacy Council,
- Press Club, 2012 Excellence in Journalism Awards
Our readers *
- Unique website visitors = 28,000
- Page views = 57,000
- Time on webpage = 1:30
- E-newsletter subscribers = 4,000+ with a 20% open rate
- Twitter followers = 17,000+
- Facebook likes = 5,000+*Monthly averages from two-year period, ending June 30, 2017
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|Recognition in annual report|
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