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You Say You Want a Revolution … Then What? The Challen...

CIMA announces the release of a special report, You Say You Want a Revolution … Then What?, a first-person account by veteran journalist and media trainer Carolyn Robinson of her experiences training broadcast journalists in Libya after the death of leader Moammar Qaddafi. Robi...

Global Investigative Journalism: Strategies for Support

Fueled by globalization, international aid, and the efforts of journalism groups, the worldwide practice of investigative reporting has grown dramatically since the fall of communism began in 1989. Given the field’s rapid growth, in 2012 CIMA updated and expanded its research a...

Investigative Reporting in Emerging Democracies: Models,...

In the past few years, there has been a renewed and perhaps greater emphasis in investigative reporting by the development world and donors. This stems from both the irresistible lure of supporting courageous investigative media that can oust a prime minister or drive out corrupt...

The Medium versus the Message: U.S. Government Funding f...

CIMA is pleased to release a new report, The Medium versus the Message: U.S. Government Funding for Media in an Age of Disruption, by Anne Nelson, a veteran writer and journalism educator. Over the past four years, digital media have been transforming both the premises and the...

Empowering Independent Media: U.S. Efforts to Foster a F...

CIMA is pleased to release the second edition of its report, Empowering Independent Media: U.S. Efforts to Foster a Free Press and an Open Internet Around the World, edited by David Kaplan, an investigative journalist and media consultant. The report finds that U.S. efforts to bo...

Continental Shift: New Trends in Private U.S. Funding fo...

CIMA is pleased to release a new report, Continental Shift: New Trends in Private U.S. Funding for Media Development, by Anne Nelson, an international media consultant. This work is an update of the October 2009 CIMA report, Experimentation and Evolution in Private U.S. Funding o...