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April 01 2013

18:12

For watchdog stories, ‘who pays?’ is the wrong question

Former Wall Street Journal Managing Editor Paul Steiger said that before he retired the paper in late 2007, each investigative story cost up to $500,000. Figuring out how to foot that bill is important, but so is thinking about how to reduce it in the first place. Read More »

March 30 2012

15:06

For watchdog reporting, costs add up fast

For what it spends on a major investigative series, The News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C., could hire about four full-time reporters. But what is accountability journalism really worth? Read More »
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