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Unless otherwise noted, you can republish most of Fort Worth Report stories for free under a Creative Commons license.

For digital publications:

  • Look for the “Republish This Story” button underneath each story. To republish online, simply click the button, copy the html code and paste into your Content Management System (CMS). Do not copy stories straight from the the front-end of our web-site.
  • You are required to follow the guidelines when you publish our content. The republication tool does this, so please use html code generated from there.
  • You can’t edit our stories, except to reflect relative changes in time, location and editorial style.
  • You can’t sell or syndicate our stories.
  • Any web site our stories appear on must include a contact for your organization.
  • If you use our stories in any other medium — for example, newsletters or other email campaigns — you must make it clear that the stories are from Fort Worth Report.
  • If you share our stories on social media, please tag us in your posts using @FortWorthReport on Facebook and @FortWorthReport on Twitter.

For print publications:

  • You have to credit Fort Worth Report. Please use “Author Name, Fort Worth Report” in the byline. If you’re not able to add the byline, please include a line at the top of the story that reads: “This story was originally published by Fort Worth Report” and include our website, fortworthreport.org.
  • You can’t edit our stories, except to reflect relative changes in time, location and editorial style.
  • Our stories may appear on pages with ads, but not ads specifically sold against our stories.
  • You can’t sell or syndicate our stories.
  • You can only publish select stories individually — not as a collection.
  • Any web site our stories appear on must include a contact for your organization.
  • If you share our stories on social media, please tag us in your posts using @FortWorthReport on Facebook and @FortWorthReport on Twitter.

The Fort Worth Report retains the copyright for all of its published content. If you have any other questions, contact Managing Editor Thomas Martinez.

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Thomas Martinez

Committed to strong community journalism, Thomas R. Martinez brings more than 25 years of experience as a writer and editor. He believes strongly in these five core principles of journalism: truth and...

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