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IndieVoices Introduces Phased Flexible Funding for Media Campaigns

Crowdfunding Platform for independent media IndieVoices has announced a new structure for campaign funding in an effort to more closely align backers and campaign creators commitment to a project.  Called “Phased Flexible Funding” campaigns will now allow funding to be raised in stages thus allowing monies contributed may be released sooner and work may begin on projects at an earlier time. Read full text about on Crowdfund Insider website.

IndieVoices Crowdfunds Independent International Media

The media landscape is scattered with traditional companies attempting to adapt to a future where their culture is the biggest obstacle.  Then there are the digital entrepreneurs building new models to deliver an engaged community to the world of information and news.  Now there is;  a crowdfunding platform which wants to focus solely on independent journalism and to fund these noble causes with help from the crowd. Read full text about on Crowdfund Insider website. Hopes To Become Kickstarter For Independent Media

The Internet wasn't kind to media. Huge media corporations have managed to transform their businesses, for the most part, but independent media, often playing a vital role in emerging countries, are seriously threatened by the lack of available funds. hopes to change that. Read full text about on TechCrunch website

IndieVoices: Bivsi direktor B92 pokrece ‘Kickstarter’ za nezavisne medije nakon sto je u njih vec ulozio preko 100,000.000 dolara

IndieVoices zeli biti prva i najbolja crowdfunding platforma za nezavisne medije, za Netokraciju je ekskluzivno otkrio medjunarodni tim na celu s Sasom Vucinicem...Read full text in Croatian on Netokracija website

El periodismo sí tendrá quien lo pague

Nacen una aceleradora de startups netamente periodísticas y una plataforma para colectivizar la propiedad de nuevos medios en todo el mundoRead full text in Spanish on Eldiario website.

IndieVoices wants to help news outlets raise funds from the crowd

International Journalists' Network (IJNet) - ran a great interview with the IndieVoices founder Sasa Vucinic. Read about our project on their site.