As news executives seek larger audiences, the art of investigative journalism is slowly giving way to more profitable, less controversial content. This trend is certainly a crisis for traditional journalism, but it also marks an opportunity for non-profit news organizations like the Pulitzer Center.
In its June 22 article, "Investigation Under Fire," Broadcasting & Cable magazine listed the Pulitzer Center as one of several emerging non-profit media centers taking on stories that the mainstream media are increasingly less willing – or unable – to investigate. Other listed organizations include the Center for Public Integrity, ProPublica and the Center for Investigative Reporting.
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