The Center for Investigative Reporting is excited to partner with The Texas Tribune and Austin-based reporter Neena Satija on investigative audio segments for the “Reveal” radio show.
Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting and PBS NewsHour will collaborate in 2015 to bring investigative stories to NewsHour, on air and online.
With the launch of this new site, CIR, one of the first investigative reporting organizations in the nation, moves into a new chapter with its radio show, long-form investigations, data apps, videos, engagement and more all under this new umbrella.
The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX are pleased to announce that Kevin Sullivan will be the executive producer of “Reveal,” the new Peabody Award-winning, one-hour public radio program and podcast hosted by Al Letson. “Reveal” will launch monthly in January 2015 and weekly in July 2015.
The Center for Investigative Reporting has hired five new staff members in editing, reporting, audio engineering and data reporting.
The Center for Investigative Reporting’s staff is thrilled to be one of seven organizations chosen to host a Knight-Mozilla fellow in 2015. Here’s our pitch for why you should apply to be a fellow and come to CIR.
The Center for Investigative Reporting announced today that it has received two multiyear grants totaling $3.5 million to launch “Reveal,” the nation’s first investigative public radio show and podcast.
Previously CIR’s managing editor, Salladay has been the primary editor of some of CIR’s most decorated and innovative projects.
CIR and NBC Bay Area are co-hosting this year’s Investigative Reporters & Editors conference in San Francisco, the first time its been held in California in more than a decade.
CIR and CNN receive a national award from Investigative Reporters and Editors for a series that exposed rampant fraud in California drug and alcohol rehabilitation clinics.