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A new home for citizens to participate in “Citizen Journalism” supported by the Scoop Foundation
All Scoop Foundation supporters are Scoop Citizen Members (Scoop Citizens) receiving Citizen News Alerts, and can participate in in-depth “Citizen journalism” projects by The Dig and Scoop through the Citizen Community Forum.
The Scoop foundation owns Scoop Publishing Limited which runs Scoop.co.nz and The Dig and publishes a number of newsletters relevant to citizens, activists and organisations.
Sustainable financial support of the Scoop Foundation for Public Interest Journalism will help to keep these vital and participatory media services running.
We are asking all existing or new foundation/The Dig supporters to make regular or one-off contributions. This supports The Dig and other Scoop Foundation projects.
(Engage in The Dig and via Scoop Citizens Members Forum)
|Citizen News Alerts|
|Weekly ‘In The Loop’ Roundup Email, The Dig updates, Scoop Foundation news|
|Weekly reports and updates|
|Access to a range of exclusive weekly news emails, updating you on the latest from Scoop sections including Gordon Campbell, Wellington Scoop and more.|
|Email News Intelligence|
|Regional and Sector specific newsletters covering
All 16 NZ Regions
Key sectors, including Media, Digital Comms, Housing, Legal Affairs, Banking & Finance and many more.
+ Weekly updates on Business, Politics, Culture and our Top Stories.
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Feel free to contribute any amount or frequency that matches your budget, every dollar counts! If you meet the thresholds outlined above, you’ll also receive membership benefits.
Special Launch Offer:
For the rest of 2019, all donors of over $150 per year will receive a limited edition 20th anniversary Scoop Black Notebook.
A public Interest Media Foundation
The Scoop Foundation for Public Interest Journalism is a not-for-profit charitable trust board established to support the publication of trustworthy, relevant, public interest information, freely accessible to all New Zealanders, so that they can participate in democratic processes.