The Intercept

Seeking to build out a reader-supported membership program, The Intercept has joined on with News Revenue Hub. The news organization supported by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar as part of the nonprofit media house First Look Media cited the need to diversify revenue streams, strengthen ties with loyal readers, and reinforce the notion that good journalism must be paid for. While Omidyar has committed millions to guarantee the venture’s stability, co-founding editor Glenn Greenwald stated, “the more money we have, the more we can do.” (NiemanLab)

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