Dziennikarstwo śledcze w formule non profit: ryzykowny eksperyment czy naturalna alternatywa?
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Adamczyk, W. (2014). Dziennikarstwo śledcze w formule non profit: ryzykowny eksperyment czy naturalna alternatywa?. Przegląd Politologiczny, (2), 93–110. https://doi.org/10.14746/pp.2014.19.2.6

Abstrakt

Problematyka artykułu dotyczy nowych zjawisk na rynku mediów w dobie kryzysu w sektorze wydawnictw prasy drukowanej. Autor poszukuje odpowiedzi na pytania związane z szansami rozwoju nowych form finansowania działalności w zakresie dziennikarstwa śledczego w USA, w szczególności crowdfundingu i szeroko pojętej aktywności nonprofit. Omówione zostały podstawowe formy finansowania tego typu nowych podmiotów na ryku mediów oraz scharakteryzowano przykładowe, najbardziej reprezentatywne organizacje śledcze działające online w oparciu o omówione sposoby pozyskiwania funduszy: ProPublica, The Center for Investigative Reporting, The Huffington Post Investigative Fund, Spot.US, Voice of San Diego i The Texas Observer.
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