Symposium coverage: ‘Better Business Models for Sustaining Non-profit Investigative News’
On March 5, 2011, a mix of investigative-news publishers, journalists, business and entrepreneurship scholars and experts gathered at the University of Colorado Boulder for the symposium, “Better Business Models for Sustaining Non-profit Investigative News.” The event was organized and sponsored by the Digital Media Test Kitchen at CU’s School of Journalism & Mass Communication and the Investigative News Network.
We’ve assembled links to coverage of the event, including articles, slide presentations, and video.
Articles about the symposium
- Symposium report: Investigative news publishers ponder their next revenue sources | by Steve Outing, Digital Media Test Kitchen
- Symposium report: E-books as a revenue source for investigative-news publishers | by Steve Outing, Digital Media Test Kitchen
- Symposium report: Unreasonable business strategies for investigative news | by Steve Outing, Digital Media Test Kitchen
- Speaker slide presentations (those that were available)
- Supplemental materials (articles, videos)
- Twitter stream from the symposium
- Videos of symposium sessions can be found here.
Individual videos are below…
- An intro to investigative news’ money challenge | Kevin Davis, Investigative News Network
- Robert Rosenthal & Laura Frank | Center for Investigative Reporting, Rocky Mountain Investigative News Network
- Premium memberships for news | Steve Outing, Digital Media Test Kitchen, University of Colorado Boulder
- New revenue for new media | Matt Hemmendinger, School of Journalism & Mass Communication, University of Colorado Boulder
- An entrepreneurial approach to investigative news | Sandra Fish and Frank Moyes, University of Colorado Boulder
- E-book opportunities for news | Dan Pacheco, FeedBrewer/BookBrewer
- TV-news, VoiceofSanDiego partnership | Chuck Westerheide Jr., NBC-San Diego