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#257 — Mediapart: an independent and sustainable model in an era of digital revolution

12 January 2024  / 13 h 45 min  16 h 00 min  CET

Carine Fouteau, Edi­to­r­i­al co-direc­tor of Mediapart.

Dis­cus­sants: Sofi­ia MAKOHIN (EPOG+, Major B), Anto­nia STOCK (EPOG+, Major A), Leonard WEBER (EPOG+, Major C).

For online (live) atten­dance: https://live.epog.eu

For the replay: https://videos.epog.eu

Relat­ed document(s)

La rédac­tion de Medi­a­part (2023), “Mediapart’s new joint edi­tors and its future ambi­tions”, Medi­a­part, Octo­ber 18.Link
Carine Fouteau (2023), “The inde­pen­dence of the press: let’s all mobilise for the right to know!”, Medi­a­part, Sep­tem­ber 9.Link
Edwy Plenel (2023), “Medi­a­part turns 15: dis­cov­er its lat­est fig­ures, projects and events”, Medi­a­part, March 21.Link
Dow Alfon, Guy Rol­nik (2016), “Inde­pen­dent and Prof­itable? The Stun­ning Suc­cess Sto­ry of the Medi­a­part”, Stigler cen­ter for the study of the econ­o­my and the State, Chica­go Booth, Uni­ver­si­ty of Chica­go, July 5.
The Guardian (2015), “The Scott Trust: val­ues and his­to­ry”. (a mod­el which has inspired Medi­a­part, in its recent phase of development)Link
François Bon­net, Lau­rent Mauduit, Edwy Plenel et Marie-Hélène Smie­jan-Wan­neroy (2019), “Medi­a­part guar­an­tees its future inde­pen­dence”, Medi­a­part, 2 juil­let 2019. Link
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