A Reveal investigation into systemic discrimination in the temp industry, reported in collaboration with Chicago public radio station WBEZ, has won the Sidney Hillman Foundation’s Sidney Award for the month of February.
For information or interviews, contact: Meghann Farnsworth, Managing Director, Distribution, Operations and Engagement, firstname.lastname@example.org EMERYVILLE, Calif. – Blye Faust, producer of the Oscar-nominated film “Spotlight,” has joined the board of directors of The Center for Investigative Reporting. CIR Executive Board Chairman Phil Bronstein announced Faust’s appointment as “Spotlight” had just won best picture at the […]
We’re launching a Kickstarter to help us bring more investigative reporting to public radio, with our show going weekly starting in January.
Reveal journalists brought home five awards in the annual Society of Professional Journalists awards for Northern California, including reporter Jennifer Gollan, who was named journalist of the year and worked on two projects that were also recognized by SPJ.
StoryWorks, the groundbreaking artistic-journalistic collaboration that seeks to explore today’s news through live theater performances, is coming to the San Francisco Bay Area for a one-week run.
TechRaking is not an event. TechRaking is people. TechRaking is work. TechRaking is hard. Hard to make happen, hard to run, hard to follow up on. Yet we do, and we are motivated by a single idea: to make journalism better through smart solutions and smart connections. This year we have hosted eight TechRaking events […]
There are at least 10,000 unidentified bodies in morgues and cemeteries across the country. Bodies may remain unidentified for far too long because agencies are not required to share case information about missing people and Jane and John Does.
The Center for Investigative Reporting won a News and Documentary Emmy Award for an exposé of the Chinese takeover of America’s biggest pork producer. The award, for Outstanding Business and Economic Reporting in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast, is shared with our partners on the piece, PBS NewsHour.
The Center for Investigative Reporting announced today the appointment of Robert Salladay, CIR’s current editorial director, to help launch a new strategic initiative for documentaries that will bring great investigative reporting to screens large and small. Salladay, who joined CIR in 2009 and previously served as managing editor, will work with a small team focused […]
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