Social media looks to fill investigative reporting gap

YouTube is considering launching a service dedicated to investigative journalism in response to the decline of in-depth reporting at traditional news outlets.It is in discussions with a non-profit group based in California that funds investigative reporting and on-sells its reports to news outlets around America.The Centre for Investigative Reporting (CIR) in Berkeley, California, is in talks with the video-sharing website.

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