The Headlines: Five Great Journalism Projects
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Journalism may be one of Kickstarter's newest categories, but writers, editors, and publishers are already launching great work into the world. From conflict reporting to new storytelling platforms, here are some of the most exciting journalism projects live on our site right now.
Award-winning GlobalPost is behind some of the most important and dangerous journalistic work out there, creating a fearless team to continue telling human stories in violent conflicts all around the world.
The Riveter — a women's longform lifestyle magazine in print and online — has sold out of every copy they've printed. Now, they're ready to go steady and make it a quarterly publication, bringing more women's voices into the media.
Last year, the Vancouver Observer ran a project to report on the tar sands in Canada. Their new project is taking it national, launching a new publication focused on tackling energy politics and the environment.
Femsplain is a space for anyone female-identified to share experiences, connect and learn together. In order to continue elevating important and diverse conversations, they're now looking to pay their contributors.
Massively.com recently lost their corporate sponsorship, but no matter: they're now turning to their fans and readers to create a new independent site to continue delivering news and editorials about the massively multiplayer online roleplaying game (MMORPG) genre.
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