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Because we’re not billionaire-backed or oligarch-funded, we frequently run crowdfunding campaigns to gather the money to cover our reporting in expensive investigations, and sometimes for specific operational costs that we think benefit our readers, free and paid.
We would rather ask more people to donate smaller amounts to support our work than be beholden to the whims of the wealthy.
Campaign goal: Raise £75,000 to cover three years of work reporting on the toxic culture in the UK’s national media.
The Dan Wottoon story is much wider than his actions alone. Tom Latchem and Dan Evans, the investigative journalists behind the exposé, want to keep telling this story of media abuse.
Campaign goal: Raise £15,000 to improve the website for readers, subscribers and even for journalists and editors.
We felt our news website was getting a bit long in the tooth, and creaking at the seams. Keen to unmix the metaphors, we wanted shorter sharper teeth on the news front, and a tighter ship for subscribers who sail with us. We’ve done most of the work now, but if you think this is an improvement for you, contributions would still be gratefully received.
Campaign goal: Raise £10,000 for operational work to get Byline Times into shops and newsstands
Work with a distributor is underway, and we hope the paper will be on sale in high street shops and newsagents by the end of 2023
Campaign goal: Raise £20,000 to put a Byline Times journalist in the parliamentary lobby
Adam Bienkov is now our full-time Westminster correspondent, sitting with his laptop among the literal rats in the Palace of Westminster
Campaign goal: Raise £20,000 for operational work on a subscription platform for Byline TV
Campaign goal: Raise £18,000 for investigative reporting on data-driven stories
Successful? Rounds up to a Yes
Campaign goal: Raise £40,000 to keep the Byline Times website free (as in £0), but also free of ads and trackers for everyone who wants to read it
Campaign goal: Raise a seasonal £20,000 for investigative reporting in 2023