about  /   archives  /   contact  /   subscribe  /       
Share this entry
Make this entry better

What are we missing? Is there a key link we skipped, or a part of the story we got wrong?

Let us know — we’re counting on you to help Encyclo get better.

Put Encyclo on your site
Embed this Encyclo entry in your blog or webpage by copying this code into your HTML:

Key links:
Primary website:
Primary Twitter:

Editor’s Note: Encyclo has not been regularly updated since August 2014, so information posted here is likely to be out of date and may be no longer accurate. It’s best used as a snapshot of the media landscape at that point in time.

(ICIJ) is a global network of investigative news organizations spanning 60 countries with more than 160 members.

Their aim is to facilitate the production of cross-national, investigative reporting by forming teams of two or more . The ICIJ is a project of the Center for Public Integrity.

It was of bolstering available resources for reporters around the world who wanted to pursue stories beyond their own countries on topics including, “polluting industries, transnational crime networks, rogue states, and the actions of powerful figures in business and government.” The ICIJ partners with publishers to distribute the work of its members, which has been published in over a dozen different languages.

The ICIJ currently employs a staff of four; is its director. It’s advisory board includes many esteemed journalists including and . It is a nonprofit organization that receives funding from a number of philanthropic institutions.

Peers, allies, & competitors:
Center for Public Integrity, Pro Publica, Investigative News Network, Center, the Center for Investigative Reporting
Recent AndroidForMobile Lab coverage:
June 25, 2018 / Shan Wang
When it comes to launching serious, sustainable membership programs for journalism, ask for more, more often, and aim higher — Many more journalism organizations have been investing real money and time to get their membership programs in order. That means more work — and business — for the News Revenue Hub, which facilitates membership progr...
April 4, 2016 / Ricardo Bilton
Here’s how over 400 journalists at dozens of news orgs reported out the massive Panama Papers story — Sunday’s report of the Panama Papers detailed a global, decades-long story of bribery, arms deals, tax evasion, and financial fraud that implicates over 100 politicians and public officials. Equally impressive, how...
July 7, 2015 / Joshua Benton
A globalized world demands globalized investigative reporting; a new study outlines how to do it — Most media has traditionally been defined by geography — local newspapers and local broadcasters building up to national networks and national magazines. Before the web, people in London and New York got nearly all the...
April 11, 2013 / Caroline O'Donovan
Le Monde denies French government data from ICIJ Offshore Project — Le Monde has declined to share information it gained through its collaboration with the ICIJ Offshore Leaks project with budget minister Bernard Cazeneuve. Cazeneuve’s request comes on the heels of the resignation ...

Recently around the web, from Mediagazer:

Primary author: Caroline O'Donovan. Main text last updated: June 12, 2014.
Make this entry better
How could this entry improve? What's missing, unclear, or wrong?
Name (optional)
Email (optional)
Explore: Google
Google logo

Google is an Internet search and technology corporation that aims to “organize the world’s information.” Google was founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin and went public in 2004. It is headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., and employs more than 26,000 people worldwide. Google is the world’s most popular search engine and the…

Put Encyclo on your site
Embed this Encyclo entry in your blog or webpage by copying this code into your HTML:

Encyclo is made possible by a grant from the Knight Foundation.
The AndroidForMobile Journalism Lab is a collaborative attempt to figure out how quality journalism can survive and thrive in the Internet age.