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News Briefing: Nonprofit Investigative Journalism

By Tom Watson on October 16, 2007No Comment
  • A group of philanthropists will start ProPublica, a
    nonprofit news organization that will conduct investigative reporting
    and provide articles free to other news outlets. [Chronicle of Philanthropy]
  • Newspaper, state investigate a Massachusetts nonprofit with history of giving jobs and contracts to family members and friends. [Patriot Ledger]
  • Nonprofit assistance for Hurrican Katrina victims in the Gulf states is running dry. [The Advocate]
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