It's a website that combines the function of a wiki (like
wikipedia editing) and social voting (like reddit), but
each categories represents a section of the newspaper.
The top few articles in each section is shortlisted each
and is sent to the "editorial" in house team, who
ensure that it fits the constitution (as written by the
themselves). It is then organized and printed as physical
newspaper (or as an online ezine) at the next day.
The process is pretty much better explained as being
similar to the "Outernet" organizational model.
Shortlisted articles will cause their contributions to be
paid for their proportion of contribution for that articles.
For investigative journalism, you can have a cell group
organization. Where proven good contributors, can get a
steady income to conduct special investigative works.
Their article is fast tracked to be released first with
minimal oversight, but the results will be reviewed by
the community and (thus rewarded/punished
appropriately with reputation credits)