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The investigative serial podcast and documentary film won in the radio and domestic television categories, respectively.
CIR senior reporter and producer Aura Bogado is one of 28 fellows selected this year who are each provided up to $200,000 in funding for promising work.
The Peabodys are considered one of the most prestigious awards in media.
The radio investigation has tied for top honors from Investigative Reporters and Editors for audio in the large category.
The Spanish-language podcast investigates the 2014 kidnapping of 43 students in Mexico.
The investigation unearthed the exploitative labor practices of sugar producer Central Romana Corp. in the Dominican Republic.
The Center for Investigative Reporting Names Kaizar Campwala as CEO and Sumi Aggarwal as Editor in Chief
Campwala joins us from Walt Disney Co., and Aggarwal’s appointment comes after serving in the role in an interim capacity since March 2021.
Amid a surging epidemic, American Rehab exposed how rehab facilities and their corporate partners exploit people who are in desperate need of treatment.
Reveal and Carter Center award Brett Sholtis the Benjamin von Sternenfels Rosenthal Grant for Mental Health Investigative Journalism
WITF health reporter Sholtis selected as Rosalynn Carter Fellow for Mental Health Journalism
The Disappeared, the winning investigation by Aura Bogado and Melissa Lewis, showed the U.S. government held migrant children in custody for far longer than was previously known.