It’s been a long and not always easy journey, but here at InDaily we’re pleased to count ourselves among the survivors of the contemporary media shake-out.
We have a growing South Australian audience and, I believe, a track record that shows we’re not beholden to ideology, governments, or even our own commercial interests.
We remain in the hands of a local company, Solstice Media, backed by South Australians who wanted to see a local alternative to the Murdoch newspaper monopoly. That’s not to say there isn’t good journalism done by News Corp reporters, the ABC and commercial TV and radio in SA – but our job is to fill a hole in the market for independent, substantial, daily news reporting and opinion.
InDaily survives through advertising support. That’s it.
We don’t plan to charge for our content because we want to reach the biggest local audience possible.
However, we have become aware that plenty of people in the community would like to support what we do.
And, of course, as journalists we want to do more to serve our readers – more investigations, deeper and sharper analysis, more stories from every corner of our community.
From today, we are inviting readers to support our work, should you wish to do so.
You can provide a one-off donation, or become a regular supporter.
We’ve joined with Press Patron – a company that wants to make high quality journalism more sustainable – to make the process simple and secure. Just click on the link at the top of the page or at the bottom of one of our stories.
All funds we receive from supporters will be directed into local journalism on the InDaily site.
During my editorship over the past five years, I’ve been gratified by the loyalty of our regular long-term readers and the many thousands of newer readers who have come to us looking for an alternative voice. I’m very proud of our small team of reporters who do their work with integrity and courage.
With your support, we can take this project to a new level.
Help our journalists uncover the facts
In times like these InDaily provides valuable, local independent journalism in South Australia. As a news organisation it offers an alternative to The Advertiser, a different voice and a closer look at what is happening in our city and state for free. Any contribution to help fund our work is appreciated. Please click below to donate to InDaily.