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  • Byline brings crowdfunding to journalism
  • Byline brings crowdfunding to journalism
    JD Lasica (2011) ©
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Byline brings crowdfunding to journalism

Journalism has found itself at a crossroads in the digital age. And with many favouring listicles and sponsored content over long-form articles, certain forms of journalism are under threat. Byline is a start-up hoping to change this, using crowdfunding to help journalists write independent content.

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