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Morning Media Newsfeed: Vargas Detained, Released | Abramson Books Two Interviews - Posted July 16, 2014
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Morning Media Newsfeed: Vargas Detained, Released | Abramson Books Two Interviews - Posted July 16, 2014
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Center for Investigative Reporting to Launch Public Radio Show - Posted July 15, 2014
Thanks to the Reva and David Logan Foundation, along with the Ford Foundation, the Center for Investigative Reporting has garnered $3.5 million in support to launch an investigative p... [10,000 Words]

The CIR Is On It: Telling the Story of Solitary Confinement for Teens Over, and Over, and Over Again - Posted March 6, 2014
This week, the Center for Investigative Reporting released a print story, a short animation, and a photo essay about solitary confinement for adolescents in the U.S. prison system. That's in addition to a ... [TVSpy]

The (Digital) Radio Star Lives: PRX Launches Podcast Network for Story-Driven Journalism - Posted February 6, 2014
This week, PRX announced the launch of Radiotopia, a podast network for story-driven journalism, backed in part by a $200,000 grant from the Knight Foundation. ... [10,000 Words]

Knight Foundation, Investigative News Network Supports Nonprofit News with Micro-grants - Posted February 3, 2014
If not for enterprising and investigative-minded journalists, the recent George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal in New Jersey might never have been brought to light. Same goes for that stubborn NY1 reporter, whose recent relentless questioning of Staten Island Congressman ... [10,000 Words]

Still Making Summer Plans? Deadline Nears For Google's Journalism Fellowship - Posted January 29, 2014
It's the time of year when young journalists start hearing back about their internship applications or perhaps getting worried if they haven't heard back yet. If you haven't already received and accepted an offer and made your summer plans, you still have some time to apply for one of the coolest opportunities... [TVSpy]

So Many Digital First 'News' Outlets, So Little Investigative Reporting - Posted December 19, 2013
The 2014 duPont Award Winners from Alfred I. duPont Awards on Vimeo. The winners of the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards were announced this week, and though they are given for broadcast, radio, and multimedia reporting, it's sort of surprising that more digital proj... [TVSpy]

So Many Digital First 'News' Outlets, So Little Investigative Reporting - Posted December 19, 2013
The 2014 duPont Award Winners from Alfred I. duPont Awards on Vimeo. The winners of the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards were announced this week, and though they are given for broadcast, radio, and multimedia reporting, it's sort of surprising that more digital proj... [10,000 Words]

Border or Bust: Investigative Journalists Get Serious With New Media - Posted June 27, 2013
Social media isn't just for tweeting fillibusters or ... [10,000 Words]

Center for Investigative Reporting Launches API For Veterans Affairs Investigation Data - Posted May 10, 2013
After publishing an investigation of the Department of Veterans Affairs' backlog of disability benefits claims, the Center for Investigati... [10,000 Words]

Google Employees at Risk From Toxic Vapors: Report - Posted March 22, 2013
[caption id="attachment_122263" align="alignleft" width="300"] Coolcaesar via Wikimedia Commons[/caption] Google employees working in Mountain View buildings that sit on a Superfund site contaminated by previous silicon chip manufacturers do face health risks from the exposure, according to an Environ... [SocialTimes.com]

How Can Gaming Platforms Be Used For Participatory News? Conference Will Explore Possibilities - Posted August 10, 2012
TechRaking, the conference series dedicated to "collaboration among journalists, innovators and community members at the intersection of journalism and technology" is ... [TVSpy]

CIR Launches Investigative YouTube Channel - Posted August 2, 2012
The I Files YouTube channel is now live. The latest multimedia project from the Center from Investigative Reporting combines video from media partners, freelancers and fi... [10,000 Words]

CIR Launching YouTube Channel For Investigative News Video - Posted April 11, 2012
The Center for Investigative Reporting will soon have a new way of sharing watchdog journalism with the masses: An investigative YouTube Channel. The organization announced today that, in partnership with the ... [10,000 Words]

28 GB Of Raw Data Went Into California Watch's Award-Winning "Decoding Prime" Series - Posted February 24, 2012
Of all the winners announced this week for the 63rd annual George Polk Award, California Watch's "Decoding Prime" series is the one that catches my eye. California Watch, a project of the Center for Investigative Reporting, is only in its third year of existence af... [10,000 Words]

Center for Public Integrity Teams Up with American Public Media, Public Insight Network - Posted October 29, 2010
Integrity is making a comeback in journalism: The Center for Public Integrity added to its flurry of recent announceme... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

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