With the launch of this new site, CIR, one of the first investigative reporting organizations in the nation, moves into a new chapter with its radio show, long-form investigations, data apps, videos, engagement and more all under this new umbrella.
Today, we’re unveiling RevealNews.org, the new publishing platform for The Center for Investigative Reporting.
The Center for Investigative Reporting has hired five new staff members in editing, reporting, audio engineering and data reporting.
The Center for Investigative Reporting announced today that it has received two multiyear grants totaling $3.5 million to launch “Reveal,” the nation’s first investigative public radio show and podcast.
“Reveal” returns with an examination of accidents and equipment failures in the military, a collaborative investigation into U.S. water standards and a new exposé in CIR’s award-winning series on veterans issues.
If you can’t make our two-day data and technology conference in person, you can still take part.
CIR Editorial Director Robert J. Rosenthal will serve as senior adviser and inaugural contributor to the Alabama Investigative Journalism Lab.
Join CIR and Visual.ly for a Data Visualization and Journalism event in San Francisco on how data visualization is evolving the face of journalism.
CIR and Visual.ly will work together to develop the winning project at TechRaking III’s data journalism design sprint.
“The future is already here – it’s just not very evenly distributed.” Author William Gibson is reported to have said that in 1999. (Thanks, Lisa Williams of the MIT Media Lab, for that during a recent #wjchat discussion.) Here at The Center for Investigative Reporting, we know that Gibson is right. That’s why we are […]