Audience Engagement and Revenue: Case Studies

Hybrid, a collection of targeted news sites in Asia, embraces growing slowly and knowing its audience

Ibero-American journalists innovate in content production by using new technologies and seek to create community

Go Dutch: De Correspondent is coming to America with an innovative twist on paid content

4 things HBR has learned by experimenting with audience engagement

How Local News Site Berkeleyside Raised $1 Million Through A Direct Public Offering

Working with its members, Republik wants to show there is demand for reader-funded journalism in Switzerland

By mass-texting local residents, Outlier Media connects low-income news consumers to useful, personalized data

How Vox Uses Facebook Groups To Build Community 

PolitiFact raised $105,000 in 20 days through its newly launched membership program

Gather will offer a platform to explore questions around community engagement

New platform Gather aims to connect and support journalists working in community engagement

How De Correspondent instructs its writers in interacting with readers and operating as “discussion leader”

Nonprofit Journalism Engagement Case Studies (in USA)

What members say about why they support De Correspondent

In a few hours, The Marshall Project raised a five-figure sum from its new membership program

The Atlantic launches a paid membership program for its “diehards” called The Masthead

How Mother Jones makes serious journalism in the age of cat videos: It asks readers for money

Dutch start-up The Playwall is giving readers the option to pay for online content by answering questions

How this local news co-op gets its members interested: Getting them involved in the production of news

Bristol Cable: the local investigative journalism co-op training citizens to hold power to account

Guardian surveys membership-based newsrooms around world

De Correspondent now has 50,000 paying members: our 3 biggest challenges for 2017

Road to 1 million: The Guardian has gone from 15,000 to 200,000 paying ‘members’ in the past year

Canadians model of community-based investigative journalism taken national