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April Glaser / Wired:
As a lawsuit challenges the legality of PACER fees for federal court documents, records appear to show the database made close to a 500% profit in 2014   —  According to the Constitution, the law is by, of, and for the people.  Congress makes laws, the president enforces them, the courts interpret them.
May 17, 2016, 4:10 AM - In context

Thomas Fuller / New York Times:
Bay Area media outlets including newspapers, TV and radio stations planning day of coordinated coverage on the homeless crisis next month   —  SAN FRANCISCO — As the editor in chief of The San Francisco Chronicle, Audrey Cooper has overseen countless stories on homelessness.
May 16, 2016, 3:45 AM - In context

Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
A year in at Vox, Recode looks at its future: Video, distributed content, more podcasts, and no /   —  “I have nothing but not-nice things to say about people,” said Kara Swisher.  “But Jim Bankoff has been a fantastic leader.”  —  It's been a year since Vox Media, the company helmed by CEO Bankoff …
May 9, 2016, 10:30 AM - In context

David Uberti / Columbia Journalism Review:
How The Center for Investigative Reporting is trying to build and control its own audio platform though investigative journalism and its Reveal podcast   —  The Center for Investigative Reporting bets it can change audio journalism—and itself  —  In 2014, The Center for Investigative Reporting found itself …
Apr 29, 2016, 10:05 AM - In context

David Kravets / Ars Technica:
Lawsuit accuses PACER, a federally run system providing access to court documents, of overcharging the public   —  Lawsuit accuses PACER of milking the public for cash in exchange for access  —  Lawsuit says PACER revenue increased to $145M after 2012 price hike to $0.10/page.
Apr 23, 2016, 11:00 PM - In context

Leon Neyfakh / Slate:
As NPR's audience grows older and competition grows, the nonprofit struggles with how to evolve quickly and balance news and podcast-style storytelling   —  The Fight for the Future of NPR  —  One day in May 2015, Eric Nuzum stood before a gathering of influential NPR trustees and board members …
Apr 12, 2016, 7:25 AM - In context

Investigative stories lead to billions in fines for governments, yet independent press is poorly funded   —  Investigative Journalism & Foreign Aid: A Huge Return on Investment  —  It is a windfall of epic proportions.  In February, Russian/Norwegian telecom giant Vimpelcom announced …
Mar 21, 2016, 3:40 PM - In context

Amy Pyle named new editor in chief of The Center for Investigative Reporting   —  EMERYVILLE, Calif. - The Center for Investigative Reporting has named Amy Pyle as its new editor in chief.  —  Pyle has been leading CIR's newsroom as managing editor since September.
Mar 14, 2016, 11:00 PM - In context

Tom Jackman / Washington Post:
CIR's StoryWorks project creates stage adaptations of investigative journalism   —  Investigative journalism finds a new outlet: the stage  —  KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The two uniformed jail guards argued angrily, cursed each other, then erupted into a nasty brawl with punches and furniture and bodies flying.
Feb 14, 2016, 1:55 PM - In context

Investigative local reporting has a future—but it won't look like the past   —  This post was co-authored by Josh Stearns and Molly de Aguiar.  —  Over the course of the last two weeks, New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan has gone in search of local investigative reporting.
Dec 27, 2015, 11:35 AM - In context




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