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Appealing to News Audiences or News Funders? An Empirical Analysis of the Solutions Journalism Network’s Revenue Project

by Jacob Nelson and Nicole Dahmen | Many newsrooms have begun pursuing “solutions journalism,” which is defined as a rigorous journalistic method that reports on evidence-based responses to societal problems. What remains to be seen, however, is whether this approach to news production results in more revenue for news organizations.

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