it’s called Seventy-four and presents itself as a new digital journal focused on investigative journalism. The launch of the project takes place next Tuesday, July 13th, at Casa do Capitão, at Hub Criativo do Beato, in Lisbon.
Ricardo Cabral Fernandes, who worked at Público, I e Sol, is the director of the publication, which also has journalists Filipe Teles, Isabel Lindim and Joana Ramiro in the editorial staff. The publication is owned by the Continuing to Begin association. Access to the site will be free, and the expectation is that the community of readers will finance the title.
According to those responsible, the “new online newspaper proposes to carry out reports and present in-depth articles, providing readers and readers with news and analyzes that contain a more in-depth view of national and international themes.” “It will seek to contribute to a more informed society and to a more qualified public debate and, in this way, to the isolation of ideas that promote division, discrimination and exclusion. The objective is and will be the strengthening of democracy”, they add.
The publication’s launch, starting at 6 pm, at Casa Capitão, includes a conversation with Pedro Coelho (SIC journalist), Paulo Pena (Journalist from the international Investigate Europe consortium), Carmo Afonso (lawyer, representing the association Continuar para Inicial) , Ana Gomes (former presidential candidate) and director Ricardo Cabral Fernandes.
Source: Meios & Publicidade by www.meiosepublicidade.pt.
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