Category Archives: Crowdfunding

Case Study: Formica Blu (Italy)

The name of the publication and / or company

 Formica Blu

Established

2005

Web Address

www.formicablu.it

Form of the company

LLC

Describe your site or business in few words.

Elisabetta Tola, founder of Formica Blu, explains:

“Formica Blu focuses on journalism and science communication, using a cross-media approach that embraces paper, TV, radio and web. Beside our webzine and a web radio, we work as subcontractors for several news outlets (magazines, national and local radios, TV); we assist science editors, research groups and public organizations with information dissemination, communication plans, post-graduate training and audio-video productions. Although journalism (with that I mean our radio show “Radio3 Scienze” and our support to Wired, L’Espresso, Le Scienze, Mente&Cervello) guarantees us high visibility, the most of our profit comes from communication products. We also have independent science communication projects for which we seek bottom-up financing.”

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Case Study: AgoraVox (France)

The name of the publication and / or company

AgoraVox

Established

2005

Web Address

www.agoravox.fr

Form of the company

Foundation

Describe your site or business in few words.

AgoraVox was one of the first European citizen journalism sites. Created in 2005 from an idea by Carlo Revelli and Joël de Rosnay resembling the successful South-Korean OhMyNews website, AgoraVox relies almost exclusively on users generated content. The main aim of AgoraVox is to promote the freedom of expression and information, especially on issues not so much covered by mainstream media.

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Case study: netzpolitik.org (Germany)

The name of the publication and / or company

netzpolitik.org

Established

2004

Web Address

netzpolitik.org

Form of the company

Part of Newthinking Communications GmbH (LLC)

Describe your site or business in few words.

Netzpolitik is a (German) blog about how the internet changes politics and how politics changes the internet. Themes that interest us are for example data privacy, copyright law and other issues dealing with internet policy. On the other hand we advocate for more transparency and citizen participation so that people can better influence and change political processes.

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Questionnaire

SuBmoJour- Questionnaire Proposal from Japan-Unit

 

[Note] This questionnaire is just a proposal, and including almost whole things that we discussed. (According to our preliminary interview and research about the Japanese Web-Journalism market.) May be it is too much for usage, so please use just for the reference.

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