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Indian journalists are on the frontline in the fight against election deepfakes
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July 29, 2013, 12:49 p.m.
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Christopher Wink of (Philly et al.) has a useful, smart post on recent changes at AxisPhilly, the foundation-supported effort to create a nonprofit newsroom for Philadelphia, which included the exit of CEO Neil Budde. Wink’s takeaway: Things were moving too slowly; the business side was underdeveloped; editorial lacked focus.

Wink’s asking the right questions, and the ideas in his post, while Philadelphia-specific, would be a useful outline of the sort of questions anyone starting a nonprofit news organization should be asking.

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