Part Three with Dan Denvir: On thin resources weakening daily papers

As part of our ongoing series examining how to measure and evaluate impact in public interest news, CPIJ met with Dan Denvir, staff writer at the Philadelphia City Paper.

In Part Three, Denvir dwells on thin reporting resources at daily newspapers: “There’s so much work that’s not being done right now that I’m not really worried about being scooped.”

View Part One: Denvir speaks to the possibilities and limitations in impacting public affairs through reporting, reflecting on the Daily News’ Pulitzer prize-winning series Tainted Justice

Part Two: Denvir shares his concerns about shrinking resources in mainstream media for accountability and watchdog journalism and how that impacts local public affairs.

Come back soon for more excerpts from this interview.

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