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Planet Money T-shirt

A project in New York, NY by Planet Money
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We are a team of multimedia reporters covering the global economy. We are going to make a t-shirt and tell the story of its creation.
Backers: 20242
Average Pledge Per Backer: $29

Funded: $590,807 of $50,000
Dates: Apr 30th -> May 14th (14 days)
Project By: Planet Money
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Outlets from National Public Radio to ProPublica have turned to crowdfunding sites such as Kickstarter and Spot.Us to help solve journalism's funding woes and make a bit of online buzz. But is this solution sustainable? (Read More)

We're Making T-Shirts. Lots And Lots Of T-Shirts

May 15th - via: wwno.org
We used Kickstarter because it helped us answer a very important question: How many t-shirts should we make? And, for that matter, were there even enough people who wanted a Planet Money t-shirt to make the project viable? If we were going to make the shirts, we needed at least 2,000 backers at $25 a piece, for a total of $50,000. (Read More)

Bad news about 2XL

May 11th - via: kickstarter.com
A lot of you have written about adding 2 and 3 XL sizes, and we've been working furiously to try and make that happen. Yesterday we admitted defeat. To add larger sizes to our current order would potentially add months to our timeline and many... (Read More)

Pink #2

May 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Our last update caused some confusion. Just to he clear. Men's shirts are gray. Women's shirts are pink. Our last update was referring only to women's shirts. Sorry for the confusion.  (Read More)

Pink!

May 9th - via: kickstarter.com
First off, at the risk of being repetitive, thank you! We are blown away and unbelievably grateful for the response thus far. About the colors. Your questions in essence: 1) Why pink? And 2) Could you give us an option besides pink?  Why Pink? We... (Read More)

Planet Money and Kickstarter: Is web-based crowdfunding the future of public media?

May 7th - via: paidcontent.org
When the reporting team at Planet Money — a joint venture between PRI’s This American Life and National Public Radio — decided to do a series tracing the creation of a T-shirt all the way from the cotton fields to the department store, producer Alex Blumberg says that Kickstarter seemed like a natural way to engage listeners in the project. In a sense, he told me in an interview, the web-based crowdfunding platform is really just a more modern way of doing what public radio has always done, which is to allow fans to support journalism they care about. (Read More)

A backer wrote: "Please post another update. Am really curious what your reactions are to the response so far. Are you shocked? Thrilled? Scared? Humbled?"

May 5th - via: kickstarter.com
Can we say all of the above? We're psyched that so many of you are as interested in this project as we are. And we can't wait to see how many shirts we actually end up making. Other news: So, there's been some discussion of the QR codes, huh? If you... (Read More)

Thank you! We hit our goal!

May 1st - via: kickstarter.com
We never imagined we would get here so quickly. Our ultimate goal is to get a t-shirt to everyone who wants one so please continue to back us if you want a t-shirt. #teamsquirrel  (Read More)

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April 30th - via: pandodaily.com
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