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A Reveal investigation that uncovered a system of indentured servitude posing as drug rehabilitation has earned top honors in the Society of Professional Journalists’ annual awards.
Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting has been honored with two Gracie Awards, for a documentary series looking back at news stories that have fallen out of the headlines, and for a radio documentary about a birth control device that has caused health complications for thousands of women. “The Aftermath,” a four-part documentary series
The story of struggle and hope at the epicenter of America’s opioid epidemic in West Virginia was nominated in the documentary category.
Five investigations by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting from 2017 have received recognition in recent weeks.
On March 7, award-winning documentary filmmaker Dawn Porter was unanimously elected to join The Center for Investigative Reporting’s board of directors. CIR and Porter first partnered in 2016 when she was selected as one of five accomplished female filmmakers to produce documentaries for our Glassbreaker Films series. Porter’s work has appeared on HBO, PBS, the
Fellowship will award fellows $10,000, training and mentorship EMERYVILLE, Calif. (March 12, 2018) – Today, Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting, a national nonprofit newsroom in the San Francisco Bay Area, announced applications are open for its third cohort of Reveal Investigative Fellows. The Reveal Investigative Fellowship helps strengthen a field in which diversity
The work exposed forced labor posing as court-ordered drug rehabilitation in the heart of the United States.
Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting is adding four new members to its staff. Fernando Arruda is our new associate sound designer and engineer. A native of Brazil, Arruda has spent the last decade working in music and sound in New York City, most recently through the Manhattan Composers Collective, an audio postproduction company
Addressing a room of over 30 coders, community organizers and journalists, Sonya Piles spoke about her experience in and out of Oklahoma’s prison system. “I wanted to change, but I didn’t know how,” said Piles, speaking at a Dec. 9 event in Tulsa. Unable to get a job or treatment for her addiction and trauma,