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Our Investment in Rappler

October 28, 2016

Omidyar Network is proud to be associated with Rappler.

Rappler has established itself as a credible voice in the independent media space in the Philippines in a relatively short span of time. The quality of journalism and the ability of Rappler to build high-quality engagement with its audience is held out as an example of excellence not only in the Philippines, but also across the globe.

Maria Ressa, CEO of Rappler has, over her 25-year career as a journalist, gained a reputation for the highest levels of editorial independence and integrity, values around which she has build the Rappler team.

Omidyar Network continues to support the work of Rappler as it reaches out to more citizens in the Philippines and continues to inspire other digital news start-ups around the world.

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