Digest: Nonprofit journalism staying alive in the US
It has been for a couple of years that nonprofit journalism was regarded as, at least a part of, the solution for the news industry in trouble. But how effective a solution has it proven to be for the future of journalism? AJR's senior contributing writer Jodi Enda has a long but worth-reading piece that vividly tells the challenge facing this new model.
-- Staying Alive: As traditional news organizations struggle, nonprofit journalism outlets are playing an increasingly important role. But will the money be there to enable them to go the distance?
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-- Creation, curation and community: How the Seattle Times restructured to ensure survival
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