How the Nonprofit Newsroom Behind the “Panama Papers” Investigation Measures Impact

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Founded in 1997, the Washington D.C.-based ICIJ is one of a growing number of nonprofits producing investigative journalism at a time when fewer commercial media outlets are doing so. ICIJ acquires troves of leaked data and invites news outlets across the world to collaborate on investigations, which are published by ICIJ and its partners.

Then came a second wave of fawning news coverage from outlets that were quickly forced to play catch-up because they were not among ICIJ’s reporting partners.

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