Voqal supports seven successful ballot iniatives aimed at creating a more engaged and empowered public.
The FCC issues a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) aimed at dramatically transforming the EBS band.
In an effort to better focus its work to address the opportunity gap, Voqal begins the Education Opportunity Project.
Voqal partners with the Rockwood Leadership Institute to launch the Voqal Techquity Fellowship in an effort to create a more equitable tech sector
Voqal announces the first-ever recipients of its Mobile R&D Program: Online SOS and Parents Together in an effort to further advance progressive change.
Mobile Citizen creates Street Ready program to provide temporary, free mobile internet to help amplify the organizing and crisis response efforts of qualifying nonprofits.
Voqal releases its first-ever annual report.
Voqal grantees from all over Chicago and Illinois come together to learn from each other and collaborate on potential strategies for advancing social change.
Faced with increased competition from hedge funds and large corporations interested in purchasing the spectrum used by community-based, public television stations, Voqal ends its Independent Public Media initiative.
Voqal rebrands the Media Ideation Fellowship, now called Voqal Fellowship. The fellowship provides funding and resources to tech-savvy social entrepreneurs in their early careers.