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23 October 2012 | Newspaper InnovationDossier when they anounced a investigation into the advertising revenue of the free daily. Dossier was intimidated and published three stories on Heute. They also showed some visualisations of the advertising revenues. The city of Vienna is one of the largest sponsors of the paper. In total Heute receives around 30 percent of its income from public sources. Der Standard used the data for visualisations of their own.
23 October 2012 | Columbia Journalism ReviewCreative Time Reports, gives artists from around the world a platform for commentary and analysis on current affairs. The site, which launched on October 11, is the latest initative by CreativeTime, a 40-year-old nonprofit that commissions and presents socially conscious art projects. Creative Time Reports premiered with an article on the Spanish economic crisis by the photographer Liam Gillick, who interviewed locals in the Basque region and compared their struggles with his upbringing in Thatcherite Britain. Haitian writer Jean-Euphe`le Milce' contributed a dispatch from the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake, writing in his native French with an English translation and audio reading alongside it. An exiled Syrian photographer, Jaber Al Azmeh, wrote an op-ed railing against the portrayal of the Syrian conflict as a civil war rather than the revolution he believes it to be. Many of the artists contributing to Creative Time Reports face great personal risk for doing so, said site editor Marisa Mazria Katz. Creative Time Reports plans to publish two large features a month with smaller dispatches in between. All of the content is available for other sites to republish. Creative Time Reports hopes to establish publishing partnerships with larger outlets that can regularly syndicate their work in a ProPublica model.