This past year has been an important – and wild – one for us at Reveal and The Center for Investigative Reporting. Here’s a rundown of some of the dust we’ve kicked up, the changes we’ve spurred and the conversations we’ve started in 2015.
CIR looked more deeply into the impact of the news interactives we create and how we could calculate the costs and benefits of producing them.
Some of the city’s young poets will perform at Detroit Bankruptcy: One Year Later, a community forum presented by public radio station WDET and the Detroit Journalism Cooperative.
For the past two years, CIR has convened some of the best minds media, philanthropy and research institutions to discuss how media organizations can effectively track and measure the impact of their work online and in the real world.
We’re launching a Kickstarter to help us bring more investigative reporting to public radio, with our show going weekly starting in January.
Reveal is launching a new reporting initiative to examine how the poor and minorities fare in state courts around the country.
During Investiguemos, our daylong event with Open Society Foundations, participants discussed the challenges of reaching Spanish-speaking and bilingual communities through innovative journalism.
TechRaking is not an event. TechRaking is people. TechRaking is work. TechRaking is hard. Hard to make happen, hard to run, hard to follow up on. Yet we do, and we are motivated by a single idea: to make journalism better through smart solutions and smart connections. This year we have hosted eight TechRaking events