Nieman Foundation at Harvard
Three years into nonprofit ownership, The Philadelphia Inquirer is still trying to chart its future
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The Hollywood Reporter / Natalie Jarvey / Apr 16
“Founded six years ago by journalists Josh Davis and Joshuah Bearman, Epic was designed to create a pipeline of sorts for magazine articles to become feature films or TV shows…. Bearman’s 2007 Wired story about a CIA scheme to rescue American diplomats from Tehran became the Ben Affleck film Argo, which won the Oscar for best picture in 2012. And Warner Bros. bought the rights to Davis’ Wired investigation on John McAfee.”