The DeWitt Wallace Center for Media & Democracy is Duke University’s hub for the study of journalism. We study the interaction between news media and policy; we support watchdog and accountability reporting in the U.S. and around the world; and we teach about the media’s role in democracy.

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Is collaboration the new frontier of fact-checking? 3 journalists

Duke student Riley Griffin and the Reporters' Lab's Rebecca Iannucci look to Faktisk (Norway), CrossCheck (France) and La Silla Vacía (Colombia) as models of collaborative fact-checking.

Article at Poynter.org

SCOOP! Adair and Tucker publish article in CJR

Article by Knight Chair Bill Adair and Duke student Hank Tucker, "SCOOP! Flood of ‘scoops’ dilutes value of real exclusives," published in the CJR

Link to CJR

The Story of DeWitt Wallace: The Original Aggregator

The Legacy of DeWitt and Lila Wallace