How do you fund digital content? The Berlin-based daily taz uses a unique model. It was founded as a cooperative, relying on memberships and pay-at-will donations to fund their news.
While many conversations focus on the declining trust in media, this study takes a different approach with an in-depth look at media initiatives that are working to rebuild it.
In a country where the 10 most popular languages are all spoken by at least 25 million people, creating content that’s relevant to everyone is a tall order — which is why the BBC World Service needs some help.
If audiences aren't reading it, why keep writing it? The Spanish news site Público adopted this mindset when rethinking their editorial strategy — and grew their audience by 40 percent in the process.
The new economics of journalism relies less on large engagment metrics, and more on finding a small base of loyal users.
“Rebuilding trust will a long-term process and will require the commitment of publishers, platforms and consumers over many years.”
The Star newspaper's scrappy reporting team shows how a fresh product can build a new audience for old media.
A new mobile tool is connecting community leaders and journalists and improving the way grassroots activity is covered by the media.
Stories on environmental crises don't always reach the people most affected. An investigative reporting initiative in Indonesia is trying to change that.
Can the engagement methods of solutions journalism help regain public trust in media?
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