LinkedIn iconLinkedIn

Questions Resources Blog Projects About

Posts about Investigative Journalism Feed Icon Feed for this tag

JA Resource Q&A: Sunlight’s Scout is “useful in an obvious way.”

Aiming to be useful and easy to use, Scout is a free tool for journalists and others to track policy as it's legislated and regulated. Read highlights of a live resource Q&A with Scout’s developer.

JA publisher profile with ProPublica’s Stephen Engelberg: “This may shake out to be a Golden Age of investigative reporting.”

“Sometimes you can get impact by reaching a lot of people, sometimes you get impact by reaching the right people.” ProPublica's Stephen Engelberg on purpose, money, and nonprofit news.


Penetrate the lawmaking labyrinth with this tech-marries-mission tool from Sunlight Foundation. Cuts research time and brings custom state or Congressional bill tracking right to you.

100 Reporters

A deliberate experiment connecting professional journalists, citizens and whistle-blowers; a source of stories on corruption worldwide; potential inspiration for your own reporting and engagement.

JA Use Case: Five steps to pave the way toward collaborative revenue

An investigative report reveals the complexities of collaboration in five basic steps, laying the groundwork for partnerships that could bring in joint revenue.

JA forum on revenue and collaboration: Seasoned perspective illuminates possibility

Is collaboration in journalism a bonding or a business relationship? Two journalists running nonprofit startups offer sharp insights, experience, and imagination.

The JA and Collab/Space 2012 test a new way of extending the conversation

Experiments in collaboration: The JA, Collaboration Central and UC Berkeley’s Investigative Reporting Project harness the spark and deepen the connections face-to-face conversations begin.

Niche news publishing: “No one shoe fits all.”

Go deep, not wide, in content and audience. That’s my quick overall takeaway from today, Day Two of our forum on sustainable journalism. Today’s conversation focused on particular opportunities for niche sites. Let’s start with this question, and a thanks to the Oregonian News Network’s Cornelius Swart for posing it: Who if any have done...

Reporters’ Lab: Tools, Techniques & Research for Public Affairs Reporting

Vetting tools and techniques to empower journalists seeking information vital for public interest reporting. Reviews, research and tutorials help you mine the data and come out with a story.

Niche Perspective: Publisher forum February 29th examines revenue, collaboration and syndication

Niche news startups have unique advantages and particular challenges in the pursuit of sustainable revenue. Meet publishers featured in the sustainable journalism forum and compare notes.
Contact Us