Tag Archives: Investigative News Network

Defining your exit strategy to build a legacy

It felt odd to consider “exit strategy” at the recent Community Journalism Executive Training program (CJET), which brought nearly three dozen news organizations to Los Angeles for two days of intense, hands-on work developing specific business strategies and action plans. After … Continue reading

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Managing risk is first step in getting media insurance

By Sally Duros Risk management is at the heart of an indie newsroom’s search for liability and media insurance. All news organizations can  reduce their risk  by taking action on a few fronts,  said Andrew Sellars, Staff Attorney for the … Continue reading

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What kind of election coverage do you want to bring to your community in 2012?

From Denise Cheng, research and outreach editor for the Journalism Accelerator and former citizen journalism coordinator of The Rapidian. Hello, friends! The Journalism Accelerator, an emerging community that connects media innovators and resources, is hosting an online forum this week … Continue reading

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IRS slows approvals of journalism nonprofits

If you are thinking about going the nonprofit news route, take a look at this post by Josh Stearns and an article in the Chronicle of Philanthropy that reports that applications for nonproft status by journalism organizations are “stuck in … Continue reading

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