The Murrey and Frances Marder Fund

December 2004
Nieman Reports;Winter2004, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p74
This section provides information on the Murrey and Frances Marder Fund, and its contribution to the Nieman Foundation in the U.S. The fund was established in November 1996 and has provided the Nieman Foundation with support for four Watchdog Journalism Conferences, the publishing of excerpts of the conferences and articles on watch dog journalism in Nieman Reports and on the Nieman Web site, and the Nieman Watchdog Project, which was launched in the spring of 2004.


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