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Pulitzer Center Update June 22, 2008

Pulitzer Center featured in Broadcasting and Cable


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.

See the full article here.