The Center for Investigative Reporting today received four awards from the Society of Professional Journalists’ Northern California chapter for public service, data visualization, investigative reporting and video journalism.
Journalists and citizens now have a new tool to help them expose misinformation on Wikipedia.
WikiWash (Beta) is a prototype for a free public tool that helps uncover spin and bias on the popular Internet encyclopedia by tracking page edits. The platform aims to make political and corporate spin on Wikipedia more visible and discoverable, promoting accountability and transparency through crowdsourcing.
The Center for Investigative Reporting announced today that it has received two multiyear grants totaling $3.5 million to launch “Reveal,” the nation’s first investigative public radio show and podcast.
CIR Wins First-Ever Peabody Award for Exposing Overprescription of Opiates by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; In Weeks Following the Investigation, Congressional Hearings Were Held and VA Officials Vowed to Develop a Plan to Lower Opiate Prescriptions