Great investigative stories cover a lot of territory. Reporters might dig up evidence of impropriety or exploitation that seeps out across cities, states or entire countries.
The process is never a light lift. Filing records requests and conducting interviews takes time. And even when all the necessary information is finally available, deciding how to interpret it – how to pick the right story to tell – is immensely difficult. It requires narrowing one’s scope and zeroing in on key details.
As a result, important stories often go untold.
That’s why we created a collection of reporting networks, which empower journalists to push our reporting forward at the local level. By sharing our findings and expertise, we ensure that our biggest investigations find the most important audiences.
Learn about each network below, and please review the partner requirements.