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Robert Salladay

Robert Salladay

Executive Producer


Robert Salladay is an executive producer of CIR's documentary film unit. Previously, he was The Center for Investigative Reporting's editorial director and managing editor. He was the principal editor of projects that won the George Polk Award in 2011 and 2012. Projects he has managed also have won a national News & Documentary Emmy and four Investigative Reporters and Editors awards. He covered California politics and government for more than a decade, including as a reporter and blogger for the Los Angeles Times. A California native and graduate of UC Berkeley, Salladay received a master's degree from Northwestern University and began his career as a reporter for the Fremont Argus. He also has worked for the Oakland Tribune, San Francisco Examiner and San Francisco Chronicle. Salladay is based in Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.


Criminal Justice

Calif. governor signs bills on patient protection at developmental centers

Gov. Jerry Brown    Beck Diefenbach/Associated Press SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation that allows residents of developmental centers and mental health hospitals to receive a medical examination at an off-site facility if sexual abuse is suspected – one of two new laws strengthening protections for disabled patients. The first bill, which

Oct 11, 2013