Students at Detroit’s Cody High School got a crash course on the city’s Chapter 9 filing from a local reporter so that they could write their own take on the lingering effects of the bankruptcy.
This video is not just about our FOIA-related frustrations. It’s about the important investigative work we do every day, and we won’t give up when the Reveal podcast goes weekly in 2016.
Need something to listen to during this holiday season? Now’s the perfect time to check out our show, “Reveal,” public radio’s new investigative reporting show and podcast.
Check out five pieces of our best long-form writing from 2015, as selected by Reveal’s staff.
This past year has been an important – and wild – one for us at Reveal and The Center for Investigative Reporting. Here’s a rundown of some of the dust we’ve kicked up, the changes we’ve spurred and the conversations we’ve started in 2015.
CIR looked more deeply into the impact of the news interactives we create and how we could calculate the costs and benefits of producing them.
With new Reveal investigations, we look for opportunities to create visual loops that help articulate key facts and concepts.
Some of the city’s young poets will perform at Detroit Bankruptcy: One Year Later, a community forum presented by public radio station WDET and the Detroit Journalism Cooperative.
We’re rolling out two special new sets of bonus rewards in our Kickstarter campaign that we’ll unlock as we move closer to our $75,000 goal.
The Center for Investigative Reporting has won a national award for “Techsploitation,” an investigative series that explored how unscrupulous labor brokers exploit workers on temporary visas. The awards were presented by the South Asian Journalists Association, which is based at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism in New York City. CIR’s investigation into America’s temporary […]