Kloop Media (Kyrgyzstan) runs a news website and media school and produces journalism investigations. Founded in 2007, Kloop gained prominence in the country three years later, when it was one of the leading media outlets to cover the revolution in the country. It received numerous local awards for its Samaragate series of investigations in 2017 that focused on the violations that occurred during Kyrgyzstan’s presidential elections that same year.
The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at the University of Texas at Austin provides high-level training, resources, news, and information to journalists from around the world. The Center does this through its annual International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ); its trilingual digital news magazine, LatAm Journalism Review; and its online learning program, Journalism Courses, which offers a variety of free and low-cost training for journalists in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
The Korea Center for Investigative Journalism (KCIJ) is the first nonprofit online investigative reporting organization in South Korea. The center, launched by veteran broadcast journalists, runs Newstapa, an online news website that presents watchdog journalism in video form.
KRIK — Mreža za istraživanje kriminala i korupcije — “Crime and Corruption Reporting Network” is a non-profit organization founded by a team of journalists who for years has been engaged in exposing crime and corruption, and who have received many awards for their work. KRIK is dedicated to revealing organized crime and corruption that permeates all levels of society. “Our goal is to help the readers to better understand how crime and corruption affect their lives.” KRIK seeks to provide in-depth investigative stories, as well as the latest news in this field, and also building an online database of documents.