At a growing number of traditional and legacy news organizations, philanthropy is supporting reporting and journalism projects that otherwise might not be possible.
In news organizations--large and small--newsrooms are fast-paced ecosystems driven by their own distinct behaviors and norms, governed by deadlines, and unwavering commitment to editorial independence. In these environments, how do philanthropic projects work, how are they delivered, and how do journalists actually feel about them? On this panel, you will hear from those who have worked across a range of for-profit, non-profit, and public news organizations on both the commercial and editorial sides of the business to learn the ins and outs of managing and delivering philanthropic projects, and how to ensure they remain entirely editorially independent.
With an introduction by Miguel Castro and Rachel White.
Organised in association with The Guardian.