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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.
Chief Executive Officer Christa Scharfenberg will transition to a senior adviser role with Reveal, and Chief Operating Officer Annie Chabel will serve as interim CEO.
After nearly seven years of development, we are transferring ownership of the Impact Tracker tool to Impact Architects, which specializes in designing and measuring high-impact media strategies.
We’ve been honored for projects that uncovered exploitation in drug rehabs and the prolonged detention of migrant children by the U.S. government.
The case exemplifies a troublesome legal trend: deep-pocketed interests seeking to silence journalists with meritless, expensive defamation suits.
As Reveal’s features editor, Martin will develop high-impact investigative reporting projects for digital and audio platforms and media partners.
Since joining the organization in 2019, Aggarwal has led Reveal’s investigative collaborations with newsrooms across the country.
Today we want to share some updates that we recently shared with our team. Journalism is going through a process of evolution, and change is inherent in that process. There are a few transitions happening at Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting in the coming months, including our transition to a new board chair […]
The prestigious business awards recognized our radio show that uncovered the depths of the company’s warehouse worker injury crisis.