A Dutch journalist writes about philanthropy and journalism in the U.S. for The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting:
Although American philanthropists historically have not shown much interest in journalism, non-profits see an increasing interest among donors wanting to support quality journalism. “More and more donors are concerned about what is going on with media,” says Robert Rosenthal, executive director of the Center for Investigative Reporting. “If journalists all go away, who will provide information? Where is the watchdog role? That is a real issue for democracy.”
>> Read “Non-Profit Journalism: Is Philanthropy the Answer?” online.