April 17, 2019 •
Censorship, Ethics and Quality, Media and Politics, Recent, Technology •
by Philip Di Salvo
During the past decade, whistleblowing has come to the fore as an important lever for achieving change in today’s democratic societies. WikiLeaks, Snowden and the revelations about Cambridge Analytica have not only confirmed the key role...
August 15, 2018 •
Business Models, Recent, Research, Specialist Journalism •
by Magda Konieczna
In “Journalism Without Profit”, Magda Konieczna delivers the first in-depth study of nonprofit journalism and its economic, professional, and organisational influence. For the EJO, she sums up the main arguments from her new book....
May 18, 2010 •
Digital News •
by Natascha Fioretti
Paul Steiger, Wall Street Journal icon and now editor-in-chief of Pulitzer-winning news site ProPublica, discusses the changing face of journalism. Paul Steiger has dedicated much of his life to print journalism. The sixty-eight-year-old...
August 8, 2008 •
Ethics and Quality •
by Stephan Russ-Mohl
St. Galler Tagblatt, August 8,2008 How a U.S. non-profit organization strives to revitalize investigative journalism A newly launched website invites us to witness how private foundation ProPublica strives to strengthen investigative...