As part of our ongoing efforts to find new ways to distribute the essence of Reveal’s investigative content, we created a play called “North by Inferno” that is based on the events in North Dakota’s Bakken oil fields.
Managing Director, Distribution, Operations and Engagement
Meghann Farnsworth is the managing director of distribution, operations and engagement for Reveal and The Center for Investigative Reporting. She manages teams dedicated to website production and management, technology, analytics, social media, distribution, newsletters, online and on-the-ground community building, arts collaborations, and youth engagement. She also helps develop and support media partnerships and collaborations for Reveal’s national public radio show and podcast. Previously, Farnsworth was the senior digital media manager at Home Front Communications in Washington, D.C., where she worked in digital media management, interactive development and outreach for nonprofit and government clients. She also served as the associate editor of Forums at PBS NewsHour, where she created interactive online forums that helped increase and engage the NewsHour's online audience. She was an inaugural member of the Online News Association-Poynter Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media, and she has presented at conferences across the country, including SXSW, ONA, the Logan Symposium, the Reynolds Journalism Institute and others. She earned her master's degree in journalism from UC Berkeley and undergraduate degree at the University of Oregon. Farnsworth is based at Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.
New year, more Reveal
The New Year’s resolution for all of us here at Reveal is to talk with you more often.
Coming Sept. 2: A new investigation into America’s coldest cases
In an upcoming investigation, reporter G.W. Schulz examines cases of the unidentified dead – many of which have languished for decades – and reveals how the disorganization, neglect and indifference of state and local authorities contribute to the problem.
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FRONTLINE, Univision, Reveal from CIR, IRP and KQED Reteam to Uncover Sexual Abuse of Women in the Janitorial Industry
Following up on the award-winning collaboration that produced Rape in the Fields/Violación de un Sueño in 2013, FRONTLINE (PBS), Univision, Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR), the Investigative Reporting Program (IRP) at UC Berkeley, and KQED are teaming up to uncover the sexual abuse of immigrant women, often undocumented, who clean the malls where you shop, the banks where you do business, and the offices where you work.
Coming soon: An investigation into sexual abuse of female janitors
Coming June 23: We teamed up with other news organizations to uncover the sexual abuse of immigrant women who clean the malls where you shop, the banks where you do business, and the offices where you work.
Reveal welcomes 7 new staff members
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.
Sneak peek: New hour of ‘Reveal’ coming Feb. 14
Get an early listen to snippets from our latest episode.
How one filmmaker covered Afghan women jailed for escaping marriage
As recently as the 1990s, women made up 40 percent of doctors, 70 percent of school teachers and 50 percent of government workers in Afghanistan. So what happened?
Reveal from CIR partners with PBS NewsHour
Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting and PBS NewsHour will collaborate in 2015 to bring investigative stories to NewsHour, on air and online.
Journalism on the stage: Don’t miss our new StoryWorks play
In our upcoming StoryWorks production, playwright Octavio Solis responds to our investigation of California’s strawberry industry.