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Saturday, October 10 • 12:00 - 13:00
Crowdfunding: Projects, Stories, and Startups

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Crowdfunding is the process of convincing typically a large group of people to contribute small sums of money toward a specific project, usually via the Internet. At a time when the media is struggling to fund serious journalism, crowdfunding is helping redefine what's possible -- whether you’re raising money for one story or a new organization. Today, there are hundreds of crowdfunding sites worldwide. Most crowdfunded journalism projects raise modest amounts, but there are some notable big successes. What's the secret to a successful campaign? What tools do you use? Here are journalists with first-hand experience in the field -- from a million-Euro startup in Germany to an investigative center in Brazil and an online publisher in Malaysia.

Moderators
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Gabriela Manuli

Deputy Director, Global Investigative Journalism Network
Gabriela Manuli, GIJN Deputy Director. A native of Argentina, Gabriela Manuli has been a journalist for more than ten years, working for radio and TV shows, magazines, and newspapers. From 2005 to 2009 she was a member of the investigative reporting team of Perfil Newspaper in Argentina and covered issues such as migration, human rights, and discrimination in Latin America. She also worked as IJNet’s Spanish Editor and Community Manager. As... Read More →

Speakers
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Nigel Aw

Journalist, Malaysiakini
Nigel Aw is a journalist with Malaysiakini, Malaysia's leading independent news site. Earlier this year his work won an award for editorial excellence in investigative reporting from the Hong Kong-based Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA). His winning series was a four-part investigative report titled ‘The rise of the Johor royal family’s business empire,’ which the judges called a “rare and successful attempt to pull... Read More →
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Sebastian Esser

Journalist, Krautreporter
Sebastian Esser is the founder and editor of Krautreporter, a digital magazine in Berlin, Germany. He has been reporting on national politics for Vanity Fair Germany and on the media industry for V.i.S.d.P. magazine. He’s been involved in several news startups, including a crowdfunding platform for journalism. Krautreporter was crowdfunded last year by more than 17.000 people. It has been publishing stories on politics, economics and society... Read More →
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Natalia Viana

Co-Director, Pública
Natalia Viana is co-director of Agencia Publica. She was a partner of WikiLeaks in Brazil, coordinating the release of the US embassy cables. She has collaborated with various domestic and international media outlets including: Pacifica Network, PBS (US), the BBC, the Guardian, the Independent (UK), Folha de São Paulo, O Globo, and Carta Capital(Brazil). She was an... Read More →


Saturday October 10, 2015 12:00 - 13:00
Weidemann 3 (Presentations/Panels)

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