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
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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,
Radio show earns highest industry accolades Reveal and Coda Story have won a prestigious Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award for their collaborative radio episode “Russia’s New Scapegoats,” which addresses the rise of anti-gay sentiment in Russia and the former Soviet Union. Reveal is produced by The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX, and Coda Story
Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting has launched the second year of its fellowship for investigative reporters of color. Over the next 10 months, the five Reveal Investigative Fellows will delve into topics ranging from a lack of diversity in high school honors classes to challenging post-hurricane conditions for immigrants. The 2017-18 fellows,
Calise Hawkins, Julia Johns and Scott Chaplain weren’t planning to dive into a typical stand-up routine when they took the stage at WFMU in Jersey City, New Jersey, on Oct. 21. Surrounded by a 1970s-themed set, the comedians were set to riff on a topic that doesn’t seem like much of a laughing matter: the
The #CitizenSleuth spreadsheet reached over a million people and received hundreds of comments. Many of those crowdsourced tips continue to be reported by the staffs of Reveal and the CPI.
SPJ lauded Rosenthal for helping lead a “remarkable expansion and transformation” of The Center for Investigative Reporting.
“It’s the next great step in investigative reporting – journalists and scientists asking questions to hold people accountable, affect change in public service,” said Sam Roe, of the Chicago Tribune.
“I start where I live now, in Oakland, California, then go back to where I was born, Wisconsin, but I know where this question is going.”
We won for multiplatform investigations into the president’s plans to build a southern border wall and conflicts in North America between indigenous rights and energy expansion.