This week we reported that investigative news site Exaro has pulled down its paywall in favour of bringing in revenue through data services.
So, in this podcast we look at how to make investigative journalism pay.
The podcast covers a range of different models, from reader-funded journalism, to organising conferences, to syndication.
We hear from the those behind four investigative journalism sites, each of which has launched within the past two years.
We speak to:
- Bobbie Johnson, co-founder Matter
- Lyra McKee, founder, The Muckraker
- Mark Watts, editor-in-chief, Exaro
- Sarinee Achavanuntakul, founder, ThaiPublica
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