Under the direction of John Solomon, former Executive Editor of TWT, the Center for Public Integrity plans to launch a new daily digital newspaper sometime next month, reports Bryant Ruiz Switzky of the WBJ. Ruiz says the new publication, called iWatch or Integrity Watch, will offer readers 10 to 20 investigative articles per day at a tax-deductible subscription fee of $50 per year.
Solomon, who joined CPI about a year ago and was named Executive Editor in November, claims the largest roster of investigative journos in the country – approximately 40 reporters and 100 freelancers.
Read more about Solomon, iWatch and CPI’s partnership with Huffpost at WBJ here.
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