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The nonprofit Center for Public Integrity is a partner on Uncoverage and its efforts will be featured on the site, according to the Times article. Uncoverage will take 5 to 7 percent of each transaction, but will provide services to the reporters, such as fact-checkers, according to the Times article.
Mirsky says the site is geared toward veteran investigative reporters, not newbie journalists. "TUOL" gets a headache just thinking about the confidential source/reporter privilege issues raised by this new outlet. Details to come.