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“Whether I agree with it or not, whether I even like it or not, the reality is that many individuals, many institutions and philanthropic groups, have concluded that journalism should be nonprofit.”
More money should go to news organizations directly — even if that means making hard choices.
“Any national donor large enough to put out press releases that issues one about making a bunch of $25,000 grants is either trying to fool other people or themselves.”
The buyers say a lot of the right things. But since they seem to have no publishing experience, there’s no way to know what their plans are for the corporation, or for the newspaper.
The site, recently rebranded from In Justice Today, wants to shine a light on a more mysterious part of the legal system by focusing on local prosecutors and criminal justice policy.
Investigating environmental crimes in Indonesia, The Gecko Project wants “to push these things back into the places where they’re reported out.”
“You can’t stop these guys from getting rich as hell and doing things, but I can at least have a marker laid out there in the cyber world saying: Hey, take a hard look.”
“The potential for nonprofits to offer a radical alternative to commercial media is being lost.”
“Some nonprofits do good journalism but don’t solve a problem faced by commercial news outlets.”