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
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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.
After more than 5 years with CIR, CEO Joaquin Alvarado to pursue outside ventures EMERYVILLE, Calif. – Today, The Center for Investigative Reporting announced that CEO Joaquin Alvarado has left the organization. He served in leadership positions at CIR for more than five years, first as chief strategy officer and then as CEO starting in
The film, made possible with support from the Helen Gurley Brown Foundation, shows a different side of the fight against drugs – one of hope.
Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting was named a finalist for four ONA awards, including a new category to honor excellence in audio storytelling.
The Society of Environmental Journalists have honored “The Wet Princes of Bel Air,” which exposed the wealthy mega-water users whose thirsty landscaping guzzled millions of gallons while most ordinary Californians conserved during the drought.