According to the New York Times, plans call for the 37-person staffed site to publish “10 to 12 original investigative pieces and aggregated content from other sources” each day.
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While the site is free, in an interesting twist, readers can buy a $50 annual subscription to access the site without advertising displayed.
UPDATE: 05/29/2011 1:05 PM EST: Corrected subheadline that read “iWatchMedia” is the name of the Center for Public Integrity’s new site. The CPI’s new investigative news site is called iWatchNews.