Reveal has been named a finalist for three awards from the Online News Association.
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The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences this week named two collaborative projects from Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting as finalists for the 39th annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards. Co-produced with Netflix, “Heroin(e)” earned a nod in the outstanding short documentary category. Directed by Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Elaine McMillion Sheldon, the
The special one-year reporting fellowship will focus primarily on migrant children and families.
The Center for Investigative Reporting, the nation’s first nonprofit investigative journalism organization, has appointed a new chief executive officer, the CIR board announced today. Acting CEO Christa Scharfenberg has been elevated to the position effective immediately. Scharfenberg, who has been acting CEO since September 2017, previously was the head of studio, overseeing CIR’s audio and
Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting has hired veteran journalist Bobby Caina Calvan as collaborations editor for Reveal Local Labs, a new role to foster news partnerships that produce investigative journalism in four communities over the next two years. Calvan comes to CIR from the Fund for Investigative Journalism, a nonprofit in Washington, D.C.
In February, we tried to tell the people of Philadelphia something our journalists had uncovered: that black residents were 2.7 times as likely to have their conventional mortgage loans denied as their white counterparts.
Three journalists from Reveal have been named finalists for the Livingston Awards — a national honor bestowed on journalists under 35 — for their investigations into rehab work camps and domestic terrorism.
The Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) today announced Reveal Local Labs, a new initiative to foster local news collaborations and advance community-focused, in-depth, investigative storytelling.
“All Work. No Pay.” – 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. Reporters Amy Julia Harris and Shoshana Walter received official news of the Sigma Delta Chi award for investigative reporting today and will travel to
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