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China: Investigative Journalism Struggles but Survives

Investigative journalism in China, which enjoyed a period of vitality from the mid-1990s to around 2013, is struggling to survive today as the government steps up its control of traditional and digital media. In recent years, a government crackdown has driven an exodus of veteran investigative journalists from the news media. Some have landed at cash-rich Internet companies, others at startups and philanthropic ventures. Still others have abandoned the media industry all together. Meanwhile, globalization, technological changes, and market pressures have shifted the paradigm for in-depth and enterprising reporting on China. Continue Reading →

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Global Conference, Global Network

A simple idea at the end of the 20th century – to gather the world’s investigative journalists to share their knowledge with each other – gave birth to the Global Investigative Journalism Network, which has now grown to more than 138 member organizations in 62 countries. Continue Reading →

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