IRE schedules free webinars amid COVID-19 crisis

During the coronavirus crisis, IRE is offering a series of webinars and recorded trainings to help our members and all journalists in these unprecedented times.  The webinars are free and open to IRE members and non-member journalists. IRE is committed to bringing all journalists the training they need to help cover the crisis and take…

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IRE national conference rescheduled to late August

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the #IRE20 national conference has been rescheduled for Aug. 27-30. The conference will be held in the same location: the Gaylord National hotel in National Harbor, Maryland, just outside Washington, D.C. Government bans on large gatherings and uncertainty about travel led IRE to delay the conference, which had been set…

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IRE monitors NICAR20 coronavirus developments

UPDATES: Self-isolation period ends after #NICAR20 Second NICAR20 attendee tests presumptively positive for novel coronavirus Spouse of attendee tests negative for coronavirus NICAR20 attendee tests presumptively positive for coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Self-isolation period ends after #NICAR20 Updated March 23, 2:30 p.m. The 14-day period of self-isolation due to the novel coronavirus has ended…

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IRE postpones spring workshops due to coronavirus

IRE Watchdog Workshops scheduled this spring in Miami, Pittsburgh and Salt Lake City will be postponed because of the rapidly shifting landscape involving coronavirus. Workshop registration fees will be refunded for those who already have registered. IRE will work with its workshop hosts to reschedule the training events. “There’s too much uncertainty about travel and…

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Nominate a journalist for the Don Bolles Medal

By Phil Williams, WTVF-Nashville In my mind, Don Bolles had always been a hero of journalism — a reporter who stood up against intimidation and eventually paid the price with his life. But in recently listening to the podcast, “Rediscovering: Don Bolles, a murdered journalist,” the late Arizona Republic journalist became more than a legendary…

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Overview: For nearly 100 years, the ACLU has been at the forefront of every major civil liberties fight in our country’s history. Whether it’s reducing the prison and jail population, achieving full equality for the LGBTQ community, reducing immigration detention, or ending unjust laws that strip people of their fundamental right to vote, we take…

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Enterprise Reporter: Labor

The Markup is a new, nonprofit newsroom that investigates how powerful institutions are using technology to change our society. We are a new kind of media organization, staffed with a team of journalists who pursue meaningful, data-driven accountability journalism. We are hiring! Along with deep-dive investigative projects, we also want to persistently monitor and uncover all…

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Enterprise Reporter: Internet Infrastructure and the Environment

The Markup is a new, nonprofit newsroom that investigates how powerful institutions are using technology to change our society. We are a new kind of media organization, staffed with a team of journalists who pursue meaningful, data-driven accountability journalism. We are hiring! Along with deep-dive investigative projects, we also want to persistently monitor and uncover all…

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Enterprise Reporter: Surveillance and Data Exploitation

The Markup is a new, nonprofit newsroom that investigates how powerful institutions are using technology to change our society. We are a new kind of media organization, staffed with a team of journalists who pursue meaningful, data-driven accountability journalism. We are hiring! Along with deep-dive investigative projects, we also want to persistently monitor and uncover all…

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