The case exemplifies a troublesome legal trend: deep-pocketed interests seeking to silence journalists with meritless, expensive defamation suits.
After our reporting raised serious questions about an organization that has received aid from multiple governments, it took us to court.
Today, we are launching a new membership program to make it easier for you to support our work.
Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting has hired seven new staff members as it expands into radio and podcasting, bolsters its coverage of privacy and surveillance, and broadens its engagement with the public.
As more people tune in to Reveal, we’re going to try something new: Break up our hourlong radio show and release one story a week. That means 15 minutes each week that you can take with you wherever and whenever you want to listen.
The Center for Investigative Reporting is excited to partner with The Texas Tribune and Austin-based reporter Neena Satija on investigative audio segments for the “Reveal” radio show.
The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX are pleased to announce that Kevin Sullivan will be the executive producer of “Reveal,” the new Peabody Award-winning, one-hour public radio program and podcast hosted by Al Letson. “Reveal” will launch monthly in January 2015 and weekly in July 2015.
Google’s Gabriel Stricker and American Public Media’s Joaquin Alvarado have been elected to the Board of Directors.
The Center for Investigative Reporting today received two Excellence in Journalism Awards from the Society of Professional Journalists’ Northern California Chapter.
CIR and the San Francisco Film Society present Behind the Story: Under Suspicion at 7 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Film Society’s new theatrical home, San Francisco Film Society | New People Cinema (1746 Post St., San Francisco).