The Center for Public Integrity on Sunday launched a new e-reader designed to make reading long-form investigative projects easier on digital platforms. The Treesaver e-reader debuted with a global investigation by the Center’s International Consortium of Investigative Journalists into the plundering of the majestic bluefin tuna population by an international black market.
You can view the Treesaver-powered project here: http://www.publicintegrity.org/treesaver/tuna
The Center plans to use the e-reader technology regularly to enhance readers’ experience in reading its major investigative reporting projects. To learn more about Treesaver, click here.
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