Apply by Oct. 20 for free custom training in your newsroom

Applications are now open for Total Newsroom Training — IRE’s grant-funded, customized training program returning for its seventh year. IRE’s experienced trainers will visit selected newsrooms for two days of intense, in-house investigative training – all at no cost. Spots in the program are limited and awarded on a competitive basis. Total Newsroom Training is meant…

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Donate an IRE membership, help support the next generation of investigative journalists

Our student sponsorship program is back for 2019! Last year, members sponsored more than 100 memberships and donated hundreds of dollars to our student fund. For just $25, you shared the spirit of IRE – encouraging journalists to grow through training and mentorship. We ask for your support again this year as we aim to introduce…

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IRE on Campus launches with focus on data, investigative skills

College educators and students will receive investigative and data training through the new IRE on Campus program, which will include special opportunities for Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Hispanic-Serving Institutions. Generous funding from Lumina Foundation in Indianapolis will help launch the campus initiative. It features two components: Custom training for students and educators on…

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Apply for our Journalist of Color Investigative Reporting Fellowship

We’re looking for IRE’s next Journalist of Color Investigative Reporting Fellow! This yearlong program is designed to support diversity in investigative journalism. The 2020 fellowship is open to U.S journalists of color with at least three years of post-college work experience. Applicants currently working in a newsroom must receive the support of their employer; freelancers…

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Submit your ideas for #NICAR20 and sign up for conference emails

Planning is underway for the 2020 Computer-Assisted Reporting Conference, and we need your help. Use this form to share ideas, suggestions and other comments to help us plan the best possible conference. No suggestion is too big or too small. The form will be open through Sept. 15. We’re also starting an email list so…

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2019 Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival and Symposium

Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival and Symposium returns this October 10-13 to Washington, DC, presenting its milestone fifth edition. This combined festival and professional conference uniquely connects scribes and visual storytellers to each other, and to the industry that supports them. DX offers two days of discussions, workshops, brown bag lunches with directors, a pro…

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Production Associate

OVERALL SUMMARY Production Associate will be responsible for assisting in all production phases of sports-oriented news magazine show. She/he will report to Segment Producer. The Production Associate on each story is responsible for helping the segment producer in most aspects of the production, including but not limited to, story research, logistical planning and preparation for…

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Graphics Editor

We’re looking for a graphics editor to create, research and design original graphics for Bloomberg Businessweek magazine. Pitch standalone graphics and features. Work with reporters and editors to find the data that best tell their stories. Create graphics for print and web, and translate between the two. Requirements: Proficient in the data analysis tool of…

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Executive Producer

We are seeking an executive producer to lead ProPublica Films. Our documentaries tell ProPublica stories — narrative investigations into abuses of power and failures of accountability — in an array of visual forms, from full-length documentaries to shorter digital videos. We are increasingly focused on our longer-form work, which has already been recognized with a variety of…

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Assistant Professor/Data Journalism and Digital Storytelling

The School of Journalism at Northeastern University invites applicants to apply for a tenure-track assistant professor position in data journalism and digital storytelling. Responsibilities: We seek applicants with a strong interest in inclusive, dynamic, interdisciplinary programs that straddle the intersection of journalism, data storytelling and visualization, and analytics. The position will offer opportunities to collaborate…

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Investigative Reporter

Welcome. We are The Markup (https://themarkup.org/) — a new nonpartisan, nonprofit journalism organization in New York City. We’re hiring! Our mission is to investigate and illuminate the societal effects of new technologies. With little accountability or oversight, technology is affecting who we vote for, how we raise our kids, who is able to get housing, jobs,…

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Health System Sues Thousands Of Patients, Seizing Paychecks And Claiming Homes

Over six years, the University of Virginia health system filed 36,000 lawsuits against patients seeking a total of more than $106 million in unpaid bills, seizing wages and bank accounts, putting liens on property and homes and forcing families into bankruptcy, a Kaiser Health News investigation discovered. The sheer size of the program dwarfs other…

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