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Media cooperatives are a form of cooperative that report on news based on the geographic location of their membership, or the general interests of the membership. Often they are a form of alternative media, critical of mainstream perspectives, with progressive society stances. However, several cooperatives outside of the west are established mainstream media outlets. Media Cooperatives often unite customers and service providers to oppose a pure profit motive in the media. In contrast to mainstream media companies, media cooperatives are able to report independently, due to the minimization of the Principal–agent problem. Media Cooperatives are growing in popularity as a form of organization for media reporting, however access to capital and lack of awareness in society present challenges

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  • Die Mediengenossenschaft ist eine Form der Genossenschaft. In Deutschland wurde mit der taz, die Tageszeitung Verlagsgenossenschaft für die taz und mit der LPG junge Welt für die junge Welt Genossenschaften gegründet, um das notwendige Kapital für die jeweiligen Medien zu akquirieren. In der deutschsprachigen Schweiz gibt die Genossenschaft Infolink die WOZ Die Wochenzeitung mit einer Auflage von 113.000 Exemplaren heraus. Im Online-Bereich wird Republik durch Genossenschafter beigetragen. Mediengenossenschaften sind eine Sonderform der Dienstleistungsgenossenschaft, bei der sich meist Kunden und Dienstleister zusammenschließen, um dem reinen Profitstreben bei Erstellung der Dienstleistung immaterielle Ziele entgegenzusetzen. Für Medien als Tendenzbetriebe kommen weitere ideelle Ziele der Mitglieder von Mediengenossenschaften hinzu. (de)
  • Media cooperatives are a form of cooperative that report on news based on the geographic location of their membership, or the general interests of the membership. Often they are a form of alternative media, critical of mainstream perspectives, with progressive society stances. However, several cooperatives outside of the west are established mainstream media outlets. Media Cooperatives often unite customers and service providers to oppose a pure profit motive in the media. In contrast to mainstream media companies, media cooperatives are able to report independently, due to the minimization of the Principal–agent problem. Media Cooperatives are growing in popularity as a form of organization for media reporting, however access to capital and lack of awareness in society present challenges to proliferation. Examples are: in Germany Junge Welt (1947) and Die Tageszeitung (1978), in Italy Il manifesto (1969), and in Switzerland WOZ Die Wochenzeitung (2012). In Hamburg, there is also the "media puzzle factory" as an association of providers to the media and cultural industry. Some media cooperatives publish the local edition of Le Monde diplomatique. (en)
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  • Die Mediengenossenschaft ist eine Form der Genossenschaft. In Deutschland wurde mit der taz, die Tageszeitung Verlagsgenossenschaft für die taz und mit der LPG junge Welt für die junge Welt Genossenschaften gegründet, um das notwendige Kapital für die jeweiligen Medien zu akquirieren. In der deutschsprachigen Schweiz gibt die Genossenschaft Infolink die WOZ Die Wochenzeitung mit einer Auflage von 113.000 Exemplaren heraus. Im Online-Bereich wird Republik durch Genossenschafter beigetragen. (de)
  • Media cooperatives are a form of cooperative that report on news based on the geographic location of their membership, or the general interests of the membership. Often they are a form of alternative media, critical of mainstream perspectives, with progressive society stances. However, several cooperatives outside of the west are established mainstream media outlets. Media Cooperatives often unite customers and service providers to oppose a pure profit motive in the media. In contrast to mainstream media companies, media cooperatives are able to report independently, due to the minimization of the Principal–agent problem. Media Cooperatives are growing in popularity as a form of organization for media reporting, however access to capital and lack of awareness in society present challenges (en)
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  • Mediengenossenschaft (de)
  • Media cooperative (en)
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