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Analytic journalism is a field of journalism that seeks to make sense of complex reality in order to create public understanding. It combines aspects of investigative journalism and explanatory reporting. Analytic journalism can be seen as a response to professionalized communication from powerful agents, information overload, and growing complexity in a globalised world. It aims to create evidence-based interpretations of reality, often confronting dominant ways of understanding a specific phenomenon.

It is distinctive in terms of research practices and journalistic product.[1] At times, it uses methods from social science research.[2] The journalist gains expertise on a particular topic, to identify a phenomenon that is not readily obvious. At its best, investigative journalism is deeply analytic, but its intent is primarily to expose. Analytic journalism's primary aim is to explain. It contextualizes its subject by describing background, historical details and statistical data. The goal is a comprehensive explanation that shapes audience perception of the phenomenon. Analytic journalism aspires to collect disparate data and make connections that are not immediately apparent. Its effectiveness is often in the analysis between the facts rather than the facts themselves and is critically engaged with other arguments and explanations.[3] In this way, analytic journalists attempt to give a deeper understanding of an issue.

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La Junta de Control Fiscal (JCF) se expresó sobre las manifestaciones que se han llevado a cabo por 12 días consecutivos para exigir la renuncia del gobernador Ricardo Rosselló Nevares.

"Las manifestaciones públicas de los residentes de Puerto Rico durante las últimas dos semanas reflejan una falta de confianza justificada en las instituciones gubernamentales. Hemos observado las protestas con admiración a la fortaleza del pueblo de Puerto Rico, y con tristeza por la crisis que ha hecho necesarias estas manifestaciones. El pueblo de Puerto Rico merece un gobierno funcional, responsivo y sustentable que actúe con integridad y transparencia. Pero durante demasiado tiempo el gobierno de Puerto Rico ha fallado en tratar a sus constituyentes con el respeto que merecen", expuso el ente creado por la Ley Promesa en una comunicación escrita.

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De igual forma, indicaron que "los problemas con el gobierno en Puerto Rico no son exclusivos de ningún político, administración o partido político. La responsabilidad de restablecer la integridad y la eficiencia del gobierno recae sobre los funcionarios electos, quienes deben implementar las reformas en la administración pública y en las contrataciones; centralizar la gestión financiera; maximizar la transparencia en el sistema de incentivos y créditos contributivos; y mejorar el cumplimiento de las leyes que promueven transparencia y responsabilidad. Más aún, sin embargo, los funcionarios electos, así como todo empleado gubernamental, deben entender y aceptar que su función es servir a la gente de Puerto Rico, no a los individuos en posiciones privilegiadas, intereses particulares o sus propias carreras políticas".

Finalmente, la Junta aseguró que continuará con sus trabajos para reestructurar la deuda de Puerto Rico.  "Mientras tanto, esperamos que el proceso político resuelva con premura la actual crisis de gobernabilidad para que Puerto Rico pueda confiar nuevamente en sus instituciones y para que el gobierno pueda concentrarse en servir a sus constituyentes", indicaron.

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NEW YORK (AP) — The Miami Herald’s stories on sex trafficking charges against billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein illustrate a counter-intuitive trend: Investigative journalism is thriving as the news media industry struggles.

In announcing new charges against Epstein 11 years after the financier secretly got a sweetheart deal from federal prosecutors in Florida to settle nearly identical allegations, New York prosecutor Geoffrey Berman said Monday that his team was “assisted by excellent investigative journalism.”

“It’s really gratifying,” Aminda Marques Gonzalez, president, publisher and executive editor of the Herald, said Tuesday. “You hope your work will have impact. It’s beyond your expectation to have your work cited as the basis for an arrest.”

While Berman did not cite the Herald by name, it was obvious he was referring to the work of journalist Julie K. Brown, who in a series of stories, including a big investigative piece last November, reported on at least 60 women who said they had been sexually abused by Epstein between 2001 and 2005, when they were minors. Eight agreed to be interviewed.

The Herald’s story, which Brown spent 18 months on, came as news organizations are finding that investigative work helps them stand out and is rewarding in a rough business climate. Recent examples include stories looking into Russia’s involvement in the 2016 election, Donald Trump’s behavior before and during his presidency and sexual misconduct by public figures.

“It used to be said in this business that we couldn’t afford to do investigative journalism,” said Martin Baron, executive editor of the Washington Post. “Now we have to do investigative journalism. First of all, it’s at the core of what readers expect of us and increasingly, it’s at the core of our business model as well.”

Three weeks ago, the Post announced it was adding 10 new positions devoted to investigative journalism – increasing its staffing in this area from eight to 26 since the beginning of 2017.

The newspaper won a Pulitzer in 2018 for its revelations about sexual misconduct by Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. The Moore story was part of the Post’s “rapid-response” team; along with the traditional long-term projects, news organizations are seeking more nimble investigative teams that respond to breaking news.

Besides adding staff, Gonzalez said she has tried to establish a culture at the Herald where departments throughout the newsroom are pursuing enterprise projects. What she doesn’t want is an investigative team “isolated in a corner of the room, which used to be the case.”

The New York Times also has emphasized an investigative ethos across the newsroom. The Times won a 2019 Pulitzer for an exhaustive study of Trump family finances and, in 2018, shared a Pulitzer with The New Yorker for reporting on sexual misconduct.

“Broadly speaking, with the attacks on the press and on facts there has been a reinvigoration of the investigative mission of journalism,” said Matthew Purdy, deputy managing editor who oversees investigations at The New York Times. “I don’t mean just at the Times but across the industry. It’s sort of unmistakable.”

Big investigations aren’t new. There’s a history of memorable digging on Watergate and the Pentagon Papers. And Baron was editor at the Boston Globe when it published a series of stories revealing priests’ history of sexual abuse and the church’s ensuing cover-up, which was chronicled in the 2015 movie “Spotlight.”

But when the newspaper industry’s financial downturn intensified in the 2000s, investigative units were often cut. Many of the news organization’s bean counters saw them as luxuries, said Doug Haddix, executive director of the organization Investigative Reporters & Editors.

IRE’s membership is now at a record-setting 6,178, up from around 4,000 in 2010, Haddix said. Its Houston conference last month set an attendance record. Where the typical IRE conference attendee once worked at a newspaper, now a member is just as likely to work in television or at a non-profit web site. Sold-out IRE workshops show reporters and editors are looking to become more employable by learning digital journalism and how to better mine public records, he said.

Things were looking so dire a decade ago that Michael Hudson thought he’d be using his skills in a different profession by now, perhaps as a private investigator. Instead, he’s global investigations editor at The Associated Press, which has beefed up investigation teams internationally and domestically. The AP also is creating a dedicated team focused on investigations that spin off breaking news.

The AP won a 2019 Pulitzer for investigations around the conflict in Yemen, and in 2016 an all-female team of investigative reporters won a Pulitzer for breaking news about slavery in the fishing industry in Southeast Asia.

“I feel like there’s been a really heartening turnaround,” Hudson said.

While the mission is important, news organizations say the work helps the bottom line. The AP found its Yemen stories were very popular with readers. Many of the Post’s new subscribers cite investigative work as a reason for signing up, and those are the stories readers are drawn to, Baron said.

In the body of the digital version of Brown’s project last November, the Herald invited readers to click if they wanted a subscription. The newspaper collected as many new subscribers in a couple of days that it normally gets in a couple of weeks, and Gonzalez was stunned to find that roughly three-quarters of them lived outside of the Miami area.

They were subscribing to support the journalism.

There seems to be a new spirit among journalists who are more willing to elevate the good work of colleagues at other organizations, as this week has proven with the Herald, said Kyle Pope, editor of the Columbia Journalism Review.

“We as an industry need to stand together,” the Post’s Baron said. “While we’re competitors, we also need to be mutually supportive of quality work. If it’s a trend, it’s a good trend.”

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Investigative journalism is a form of journalism in which reporters deeply investigate a single topic of interest, such as serious crimes, political corruption, or corporate wrongdoing. An investigative journalist may spend months or years researching and preparing a report. Practitioners sometimes use the terms “watchdog reporting” or “accountability reporting”.

Most investigative journalism has traditionally been conducted by newspaperswire services, and freelance journalists. With the decline in income through advertising, many traditional news services have struggled to fund investigative journalism, which is time-consuming and therefore expensive. Journalistic investigations are increasingly carried out by news organisations working together, even internationally (as in the case of the Panama Papers and Paradise Papers), or by organisations such as ProPublica, which have not operated previously as news publishers and which rely on the support of the public and benefactors to fund their work.

The growth of media conglomerates in the U.S. since the 1980s has been accompanied by massive cuts in the budgets for investigative journalism. A 2002 study concluded “that investigative journalism has all but disappeared from the nation’s commercial airwaves”.[1] The empirical evidence for this is consistent with the conflicts of interest between the revenue sources for the media conglomerates and the mythology of an unbiased, dispassionate media: advertisers have reduced their spending with media that reported too many unfavorable details. The major media conglomerates have found ways to retain their audience without the risks of offending advertisers inherent in investigative journalism.

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RT @NTexasRealtor4u: This is what a manifestation looks like in my 35X100 #PuertoRico #RickyRenuncia twitter.com/valeriacollazo…
RT @yuceturk_e: Strenght in Numbers! #PuertoRico pic.twitter.com/zogwq4fdr9
Puerto Rico News – #PuertoRicoNews Jibaros: Go home and take all these pennies that Trump threw to you and your leaders, as the payment for these “demonstrations”! prnewslinks.blogspot.com/2019/07/925-am… @annesdy #PuertoRico #Rico #News #Jibaro #New
Puerto Rico News – #PuertoRicoNews Jibaros: Go home and take all these pennies that Trump threw to you and your leaders, as the payment for these “demonstrations”! prnewslinks.blogspot.com/2019/07/925-am… @annesdy #PuertoRico #Rico #News #Jibaro #New
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    Jenniffer González pide a Rosselló que renuncie al PNP

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    Jenniffer González pide a Rosselló que renuncie al PNP @PrimeraHora fw.to/cY9X2XL
    RT @LLERO_ONLINE: A quick overview of what happened yesterday in Puerto Rico. ow.ly/Jebe50v9bQJ via @thehill #puertorico #rickyre…
    LOUD AND CLEAR: Puerto Ricans Want Rosselló Out.
    @CNN @FoxNews As usual the fake news criticised @POTUS for telling us how corrupt things were in Puerto Rico after the hurricane. we gave them $100s of millions. now the people of PR r in the streets calling for the resignation of the government bc of corruption & mismanagement.
    Es terriblemente común que gringos y europeos crean que somos Puerto Rico o al menos que somos parecidos a Puerto Rico… No me extraña que Fox news sea Fox News
    Protesters targeted with tear gas as they call for ouster of Puerto Rico governor – ABC News – https://abcn.ws/30HVk5I  via @ABC
    @VoceroPR reports that Governor #Rosselló hand in his phone last week for further investigation regarding the #Telegram chat controversy. #RickyRenuncia #News #PuertoRico #TelegramGate https://twitter.com/voceropr/status/1153697214520340480 …
    Puerto Rico q bello te ves vestido de revolución! #RickyRenunciaYa https://twitter.com/DavidBegnaud/status/1153344412107399169 …
    Uh, no. They don’t care about Puerto Rico unless they can find some way to hook the unrest around President Trump’s neck. If Obama were President, we wouldn’t even know there was chaos in Puerto Rico.
    2:50 PM 7/23/2019 – Puerto Rico News – #PuertoRicoNews: Jibaros, Go Home! #GoHome! #HomeSweetHome! And take all these pennies… And do all you homework! Little Robots! pr-us.org/2019/07/23/250…
    Puerto Rico Journal: 2:50 PM 7/23/2019 – #PuertoRicoNews – #PuertoRico… prjournal-1.blogspot.com/2019/07/250-pm…
    2:50 PM 7/23/2019 – Puerto Rico News – #PuertoRicoNews: Jibaros, Go Home! #GoHome! #HomeSweetHome! And take all these pennies… And do all you homework! Little Robots! prjournal-1.blogspot.com/2019/07/250-pm…
    Puerto Rico Journal: 3:08 PM 7/23/2019 – Saved Stories – In 50 Brief Po… prjournal-1.blogspot.com/2019/07/308-pm…
    La generación del “Yo no me dejo” @cpipr #informacionespoderpic.twitter.com/sc1ePske8X
    Hundreds of thousands rally in San Juan, PR demanding the resignation of Governor @ricardorossello @cpipr @report4america #informacionespoderpic.twitter.com/DSYHsfSJBh
    A esta hora, decenas de miles de ciudadanos marchan desde la Avenida Roosevelt hacia el Expreso Las Americas para exigir la renuncia del gobernador @ricardorossello. Se pondera la posibilidad de extender la ruta para poder manejar la cantidad de personas que se han dado cita.pic.twitter.com/XLm9XBolny
    A diferencia de la marcha para sacar a la Marina de Vieques en el 2000, en esta ocasión se ocuparon ambos carriles del Expreso Las Américas. Los manifestantes también llenaron parte de la Ave. Piñero. @cpipr #informacionespoder
    [AHORA]: @sanbenito, @Residente entre otros artistas, se encuentran en el paro nacional que ha convocado a cientos de miles de ciudadanos a marchar en el Expreso Las Américas.pic.twitter.com/H6UFZZ9caJ
    Esta escena que ven es de la salida de la Avenida Piñero hacia el Expreso Las Américas. Durante 1 hora y 3 minutos se mantuvo ininterrumpidamente. Así de muchos son los que marchan hoy contra @ricardorossello.pic.twitter.com/1S6v9NO9eo
    A las 12:30 p.m. continúan llegando personas a la manifestación que reclama la renuncia de Ricardo Rosselló @cpipr #informacionespoder
    No alcancé a tomarle el nombre.Solo pude hacerle una pregunta:¿Por qué esta aquí si apenas puede caminar? Ella:“Votamos mal por demasiado tiempo. Votamos por gente como la que hoy nos gobierna y vamos a sacar. Hay que rectificar.Aunque sea la última que llegue, voy a marchar”.pic.twitter.com/ZOyClFxIJK
    FINALLY, the amazing team at @cpipr is getting global attention they deserve. They’ve been doing this work for years. So flipping proud of them! Puerto Rico’s mass protests were partly sparked by this news outlet’s publication of leaked texts – CNN https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/22/media/investigative-journalism-ricardo-rossell/index.html …
    Behind the #Rickychats scandal, we are speaking now with 2 members of the @cpipr team which broke the story that has sent the Governor and his Gov’t into a downward spiral, politically https://www.pscp.tv/w/cAchRTQzNTMxNnwxdkF4Uldya2pkdktsS4AACsUfEflugqHiqOnKNttGZRtoCK7tCpuz5jlFQTg= …
    RT @morales_photos: Buen dia gente #puertorico #RickyRenunciaYa #RickyRenuncia #borinquen #photography #protestas #boricuasenorlando #boric…
    RT @NTexasRealtor4u: This is what a manifestation looks like in my 35X100 #PuertoRico #RickyRenuncia twitter.com/valeriacollazo…
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    Jenniffer González pide a Rosselló que renuncie al PNP @PrimeraHora fw.to/cY9X2XL
     
    Jenniffer González pide a Rosselló que renuncie al PNP @PrimeraHora fw.to/cY9X2XL

    Posted by mikenov on Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019 3:05pm
    RT @LLERO_ONLINE: A quick overview of what happened yesterday in Puerto Rico. ow.ly/Jebe50v9bQJ via @thehill #puertorico #rickyre…
     
    A quick overview of what happened yesterday in Puerto Rico.
    via @thehill
    #puertorico #rickyrenuncia

    Posted by LLERO_ONLINE on Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019 3:08pm
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    LOUD AND CLEAR: Puerto Ricans Want Rosselló Out.

    LOUD AND CLEAR: Puerto Ricans Want Rosselló Out.

    LOUD AND CLEAR: Puerto Ricans Want Rosselló Out.

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    The heat and the rain were not an obstacle for the several thousands of Puerto Ricans who
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