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News ByteImagine K12, the Palo Alto, Calif.-based startup accelerator that focuses on education technology, is adopting a precedent from Y Combinator (with which it shares some partners, advisers and backers) to give participating startups $80,000 in convertible debt (in addition to about $20,000 in investment) so they can better build and test their ideas. The program offers rolling admissions.
News ByteChannelMeter, news discovery app InkFold, citizen watchdog-journalism project OpenWatch, text-to-audio newsreader SpokenLayer, video playlist builder/broadcaster Station Creator, and “interactive storytelling” project Zeega. Matter’s partners and backers include the Knight Foundation, KQED and PRX. Its CEO, Corey Ford, spoke with AllThingsD in December about those partners and the accelerator’s goals.