A New Model For High-Impact Investigative Reporting

The media—and especially nonprofit media—often struggles to measure the impact of its work, wondering whether it’s worth it at all. Some outlets say they are compelled to do so by philanthropic supporters; others see impact as foundational to audience engagement; and still others are experimenting with the role of impact measurement in advertising and other revenue streams.

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  • June 7, 2017 at 1:54 pm
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    are you aware that ALL GOOD reporting is, by definition, a result of investigation? here’s hoping that you notice i am stressing ALL and GOOD … otherwise, you can just publish news releases as they come in, or re-write them into better english if you feel so inclined … and, a reminder, investigatiove reporting is NOT an american invention … that dates back to the early years of the 20th century … does the name egon erwin kisch ring any bells?

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