After several weeks of sketches, designs and meetings California Watch has a new logo
Creating the perfect logo is a seemingly small, but important task.
Police pointed to this video among other things as evidence that political activists were planning to cause major disturbances at the September 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minn. In affidavits, they said the amateur movie depicted “significant property damage” and “violence toward law enforcement.” Original video produced by the RNC Welcoming Committee. […]
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Berkeley, CA—The Center for Investigative Reporting announced today that it has hired Lance Williams as an investigative reporter covering money and politics for CIR’s new California Watch project. Williams joins California Watch from the San Francisco Chronicle, where he helped break many of the newspaper’s exclusive stories on the BALCO steroid scandal. With Mark Fainaru-Wada, […]
CONTACT: Robert Rosenthal 510-809-3162 Berkeley, CA – Len Downie, who as Executive Editor led the Washington Post to 25 Pulitzer Prizes in 17 years, has joined the Board of Directors of the Center for Investigative Reporting, CIR Executive Director Robert Rosenthal has announced. Downie, who is currently a Post Vice President at Large, joins two […]
Can General Motors really be revitalized? It’s a question that fills TV producer Stephen Talbot with an eerie sense of déjà vu. In 1993, he posed the very same question in “The Heartbeat of America,” a CIR/FRONTLINE co-production that explored how the mighty GM had fallen on such hard times, and asked how the company […]
The Center for Investigative Reporting Launches California-Focused Initiative Innovative New Project Features Collaboration and Public Engagement Berkeley, CA—The Center for Investigative Reporting is launching a new statewide reporting initiative to produce in-depth multimedia journalism specific to California and to engage the public on issues of critical importance to the state. It will launch with a […]
In response to the downsizing of California newsrooms, as well as the economic crises facing the state, the Center for Investigative Reporting is launching a new reporting initiative on issues of crucial importance to California and its future. The initiative will be supported by a range of sources, including major grants from The James Irvine […]
Baghdad | Los Angeles, a four-month collaboration between the Annenberg School for Communication at USC and the Center for Investigative Reporting in Berkeley, explores the impact of the Iraq war in Southern California. Stories include: a profile of the Junior ROTC program at Hollywood High School; the tale of an undocumented Mexican, in the U.S. […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Robert Rosenthal, Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org (510) 809-3160 Berkeley, CA—The Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) is proud to announce the creation of the Henry Demarest Lloyd Investigative Fund to help fill the increasing void in probing, enterprising investigative reporting. The Lloyd Investigative Fund will sponsor pioneering journalism that has “moral force” and […]