The 2016 Scoop Foundation Membership Drive

Written By: - Date published: 9:25 am, May 17th, 2016 - 3 comments
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Everyone says they want to support good journalism. Here’s you chance!

Journalism: A New Model – The 2016 Scoop Foundation Membership Drive

The Scoop Foundation is seeking public support to safeguard the future of public interest journalism in New Zealand.

To ensure public access to comprehensive, free, timely news is maintained during this dark hour for journalism. And to provide every voice in NZ the opportunity to be heard in the national debate.

With your support over the past 18 months Scoop has against enormous odds managed to create a new kind of news organisation, one based on a new model for funding journalism, not dependent on advertising, which offers the prospect of providing a long term sustainable platform to support the growth of a new generation of independent news publishers.

Everybody is invited to be part of this new future for news.

Please donate if you can.

3 comments on “The 2016 Scoop Foundation Membership Drive”

  1. philj 1

    The MSM is reaching its pedictable demise.
    The business model that has funded it has changed and the quality has deteriorated, if that was possible. So you have two media boats that are sinking and their captains seek to get into one boat or the other! Alt media is gaining credibility and Scoop is one of the rays of sunshine in a bleak Aotearoa. It is worthy of public support.

    • greywarshark 1.1

      Put in at 9.25 am – by 7.31 pm only one comment?

      Is that all there is to say about Scoop. We need Scoop as much as it needs us.
      I think it’s called a symbiotic relationship. If you think it could be clearer, more like the nice lines of TS, helping them with some more money would enable them to spend some dough on it. I think it’s time for me to put in a bit more. It will only be a bit but lots of bits make a difference.

      • Nick 1.1.1

        Yes Bernie Sanders proved a lot of little bits work. I will put in a bit more too.

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