IRE’s TV Watchdog Workshop series moves online in 2021

IRE’s TV Watchdog Workshops are going virtual in 2021, allowing us to reach more journalists and keep everyone safe during the pandemic. These half-day workshops are open to broadcast journalists and will focus on tips and techniques for journalists working in television news. Each of the four virtual workshops will focus on a different aspect…

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IRE prepares to launch new website

A fully redesigned IRE website will debut in December with improved navigation, easier event registration and a more robust search of Resource Center materials. The transition to a new website will require a few temporary outages: New memberships and renewals will be paused Dec. 3-7. That will enable IRE to transfer its member database to…

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IRE begins search for new executive director

Investigative Reporters & Editors has launched its search for a new executive director to lead the world’s largest organization supporting investigative and data journalism. The position involves overseeing a dynamic organization with more than 6,300 members internationally, 13 full-time staff members and dozens of volunteer contributors, as well as serving as a faculty or staff…

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Help IRE build a successful, unique NICAR21 online

NICAR21 is moving online in March, and IRE needs your help to build a strong and successful virtual data journalism conference. We are gathering ideas from our community via this form through Dec. 6. We want to know what session topics you’d like to see, what format is most helpful to you and how we…

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Apply for free IRE membership renewal through Support a Journalist Program

Current and former IRE members who have been furloughed or laid off since March 2019 qualify for a complimentary one-year IRE membership renewal through IRE’s Support a Journalist Program. The program is intended to help fund memberships for members of the professional and academic IRE community who have struggled to find work during the COVID-19…

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Access IRE20 conference recordings and materials until September 2021

Journalists, journalism educators and students can still register and participate in IRE’s virtual 2020 national conference, which features keynote speaker Ronan Farrow and 150 recorded sessions. Professional and academic members can register until Sept. 13, 2021 for $250, and students can register for $50 to receive access to all of the recorded sessions from the…

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Apply to be an IRE Educator of Color Fellow

Educators of color can apply for IRE’s Educator of Color Fellowship to attend an online Data Bootcamp for Educators.  The bootcamp will be virtual Jan. 4-7, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. ET and Jan. 8, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. ET. Fellowship applications are due Monday, Oct. 26 and require a letter of recommendation.  Fellowships are open to any…

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Editor/Reporter

FairWarning (www.fairwarning.org), a nonprofit investigative news organization based in Southern California, is seeking an editor/reporter to join our small, hard-working team. We’re looking for a dedicated team player who shares our sense of mission, with strong news judgment and deft writing touch, and a demonstrated ability to handle detailed investigative and explanatory stories, both as…

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Rainforest Investigations Network – Data Architect

The Pulitzer Center, a nonprofit journalism organization that supports independent global journalism, is seeking an experienced and versatile data journalist, developer, or technologist to be the Data Architect of the Rainforest Investigations Network (RIN). The network is a major new initiative that seeks to harness investigative reporting and cross-border collaboration to tackle stories at the…

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Rainforest Investigations Network – Editorial Coordinator

The Pulitzer Center is seeking an enterprising and versatile editorial coordinator for a new major initiative, the Rainforest Investigations Network (RIN). RIN will bring together some of the best investigative journalists from the three main rainforest regions of the planet. As fellows, they will investigate issues related to climate change, corruption, and governance to highlight…

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Director of Member Strategy

The News Revenue Hub is hiring a full-time Director of Member Strategy with a passion for mission-driven work. This critical role supervises our project managers and acts as a bridge to our technical and leadership teams. The Director of Member Strategy works with senior leadership to help the organization understand how we can best serve our…

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News Editors – Full-time, part-time, contract

If you’re a skilled editor who moves seamlessly from daily news stories to long-term projects and gets the best out of experienced journalists while coaching newer ones and care about California in all of its diversity – from its geography to its people – you might be the next news editor at CalMatters. We’re looking for one or more…

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Data Journalist/Digital Specialist

In your role you will contribute to APM Research Lab’s growing reputation as a nationally valued source of credible, nonpartisan research and analysis, useful to informing a wide variety of news outlets, both within and outside of American Public Media, as well as the broader public. We tackle numerous topics including health, education, the workforce,…

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Resource Center Director

GIJN, a fast-growing nonprofit, is looking for a Resource Center Director to lead and manage the expansion and development of our Resource Center used daily by journalists worldwide. The position is full-time. Our Resource Center is a leading source of tip sheets, videos and reporting guides on investigative and data journalism. The Center’s digital library…

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